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MSI GeForce GTX 970 Gaming 4G Video Card for $422.40 @ Kogan eBay

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Experience the next generation of GPU performance with this sensational GTX 970 4G Video Card, offering an array of powerful modern features thatll keep your system running at optimal speeds.
•Maximise downwards airflow and air dispersion thanks to a powerful TORX fan
•Enhanced dissipation efficiency guides more airflow directly onto the heat pipes by using special deflectors on the heat sink
•Enjoy unique Twin Frozr V Thermal cooling design that eliminates fan noise in low-load situations by stopping the fans when they are not needed
•Lighten the mood using a premium LED that allows you to choose from 5 unique modes to set the right ambience for your gaming moments
•Experience the reliability of Military Class components that are proven to be able to withstand the torturous circumstances of extreme gaming and overclocking

Core/Memory
•4096 MB GDDR5 / 7010 MHz Memory
•1279 MHz / 1140 MHz (OC Mode)
•1253 MHz / 1114 MHz (Gaming Mode)
•1178 MHz / 1051 MHz (Silent Mode)

What's in the box
 •MSI GeForce GTX 970 Gaming 4G Video Card

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  • -2 votes

    4GB not 4G

    • +1 vote

      No, it's 4G not 4GB.

      • +7 votes

        Its actually 3.5Gb but that's none of my business.

  • +2 votes

    It is 4G AND 4GB

  • +3 votes

    All wrong, only has 3.5gb. Getting old yet? http://hexus.net/tech/news/graphics/79925-nvidia-explains-ge...

  • +4 votes

    Isn't it kind of pointless buying one of these cards on the near release of the new Pascal cards? Unless you have absolutely nothing currently

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      It's still a great card, and at this price a good bang for your buck(s).

  • +2 votes

    "Military Class components"

    lol'd

    • +4 votes

      That's MSI slogan. I have a MSI board. Its very far from "Military Class" unless its the North Korean military.

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      1945*

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    Currently have GTX 560… Should I wait for the new cards or do I get one of the GPUs on sale right now. My budget is about $500.

    • +1 vote

      Wait for the new cards. Better integration with DX12.

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      as far as the next gen gpus ON NVIDIA side, it seems there are leaks stating april for the titan equivalent, and june/july for the 1080/1070, AMD it's looking like july to september for their gpus to be released, time will tell which is better, but those seem to be latest release leaks I could find. not sure how much faster the gpu's are comparitivly but generally the newer generation is about 10-30 percent faster than the older equivalent. http://techfrag.com/2016/01/25/nvidia-2014-2017-gpu-roadmap-...
      http://wccftech.com/amd-flagship-polaris-spotted/

    • +2 votes

      If you can hold out, wait. It should be a decent jump in performance for the first time in a while. I got a 7950 3GB years ago for $330ish (on OzB!) and it's still barely worth upgrading.

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      Technically, both AMD and NVIDIA's next gen will have full DX12 integration and much higher performance gap compared to previous generation gaps. Although anyone could dismiss it as PR Talk. However, I don't quite remember about AMD, but Nvidia's current gen card doesn't have full DX12 integration. Nevertheless, with only a few months left before the next gen cards' release, I think you should wait, if it was a year to go, this would have been fine, but we know the next gen card will get released within the next 6 months.

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      Yea I think i'll hold off. I only play DoTA anyways.

  • +1 vote

    Got it at $539 when Fallout 4 came out, great price!

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    If you can, find an ASUS one, as they often have free game deals with the card.