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Asus has introduced a new kickass looking mid-range graphics card – the Asus ROG Striker GTX 760 Platinum (ROG STRIKER-GTX760-P-4GD5), featuring a 4GB memory, redesigned and top tier looking DirectCU II shroud, higher clock speeds and offers a noticeable improvement compared to the reference NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760. Comparing it with its predecessor, the Asus GTX 760 DirectCU II OC, it also offers a tad improvement in gaming performance and obviously offers better aesthetics. Let’s get to know more about the Striker GTX 760 Platinum in my review below.

asus rog striker gtx 760 platinum review

Asus Striker GTX 760 Platinum Review

The ASUS ROG Striker GTX 760 Platinum is the most highend, premium looking and fully featured GTX 760 I have seen so far. It features a redesigned DirectCU II cooler shroud, which I admit is a lot better looking than the previous GTX 760 DirectCU II model. Not only did Asus change the shroud’s design but they also used a better performing CoolTech Fan. In addition to the new shroud and fan, it also has an aluminum backplate for additional support. Its shroud bears the Republic of Gamers logo with backlight LED that changes color according to the GPU’s load level.

Under the hood, the Striker GTX 760 Platinum features a DIGI+ VRM with 8 Phase Super Power Alloy offering 30% less power noise and 5x greater durability. Asus used Japanese-made Nichicon GT-series 10K Black Metallic capacitors, concrete-core chokes, hardened MOSFETs and high quality POSCAP that would enable the card to endure greater stress and heat; thus resulting to a more stable graphics card even in extreme overclocking conditions.

I posted an article before detailing the Striker GTX 760 Platinum’s features, you can visit that page if you want to. Now, let’s take a look at its specifications and have a closer look at the card, then let’s see how well does this card perform.

ASUS ROG STRIKER-GTX760-P-4GD5 Specifications

The table below shows the specifications of the ROG Striker GTX760 P 4GD5, and comparing its specs with the Asus GTX 760 DirectCU II OC and a reference NVIDIA GTX 760. As you can see, the Striker GTX 760 has higher clock speeds and memory size compared to the other variants. But it also requires more power for this card to operate properly compared to the other two.

Model nameAsus STRIKER-GTX760-P-4GD5Asus GTX760-DC2OC-2GD5NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760
Graphics EngineNVIDIA GeForce GTX 760NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760
Graphics ProcessorGK 104 (28nm)GK 104 (28nm)GK 104 (28nm)
Bus standardPCI Express 3.0PCI Express 3.0PCI Express 3.0
CUDA Core115211521152
Video memory4GB GDDR52GB GDDR52GB GDDR5
GPU base Clock1085 MHz1006 MHz980 MHz
GPU boost Clock1150 MHz1072 MHz1033 MHz
Memory clock6008 MHz6008 MHz6008 MHz
Memory interface256 bit256 bit256 bit
DVI output1x Native Dual-link DVI-I
1x Native Dual-link DVI-D
1x Native Dual-link DVI-I
1x Native Dual-link DVI-D
1x Native Dual-link DVI-I
1x Native Dual-link DVI-D
HDMI output1x Native HDMI1x Native HDMI1x Native HDMI
HDCP compliantYESYESYES
DisplayPort1x Native DisplayPort 1.21x Native DisplayPort 1.21x Native DisplayPort 1.2
Power Consumptionup to 300W additional 6+8 pin PCIe power requiredup to 225W additional 8 pin PCIe power requiredup to 170W 6+6 pin PCIe power required
Adapters/cables bundled1x Power Cable
1x SLI Bridge
ASUS GPU Tweak & Driver
1x Power Cable
ASUS GPU Tweak & Driver
Dimensions11.3" x 6" x 1.6" inches8.6 " x 5 " x 1.5 " inches9.5" x 4.4" x dual-slot inches

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Peter Paul
I love computers since I was a kid. I’m always fascinated with new technology, especially in the PC world. Many years ago, I was curious if the reviews I read were true and real. So, why not test them myself and share my first-hand experience? And thus, here we are. Thanks for reading!

6 COMMENTS

  1. Decided on a pair of these in SLI rather then the better performing 770s. Decided the 4gB VRAM was more important for my surround gaming. Sexy cards though..

  2. OverPriced like every A$u$ product
    No manual RGB
    Average VRM cooling
    Looks Great
    Performs ok
    Nice OC headroom
    Cool but not that quiet
    BackPlate its just there it doesnt do anything
    No game bundle
    Terrible accessories
    Power Hungry for a small card

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