In Game Benchmarks

The MSI GTX 760 Hawk performed well in the synthetic benchmarks but we all know in game performance is what it’s all about right? Most of us build our PC’s specifically too game, so if it doesn’t do well there none of the other stuff matters. The MSI GTX 760 Hawk showed a similar bump in performance as in the synthetic benchmarks, this translated to at least 2-3 FPS in most games. This was enough to bring the numbers up fairly close to the results from the GTX 680 in some cases as well as the GTX 770. That wasn’t in every game, games like Tomb Raider where the FPS was lower overall, I saw a much bigger gap between the GTX 770/680 and the GTX 760 Hawk. It’s still interesting to see what big overclock will do though. All in all you are going to see playable frame rates in every game that you can toss at it with the settings turned up. If you are looking for 60FPS there will be a few games that you may need to turn off or turn down AA slightly.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #32037 07 Aug 2013 20:13
Today I take a look at something special from MSI, check out the GTX 760 Hawk!

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