Overclockers UK Launches Huge Graphics Cards Sale!

Overclockers UK often engages in heavy promotions and offers some of the best prices for components. In particular, their huge graphics card range caters to various budgets and aggressively targets the UK’s lowest price-point. As a result, consumers can acquire graphics cards at a discounted price and other retailers try to price match to become competitive. However, many struggle to compete with OCUK’s staggering buying power and stock levels.

Today, the company launched a comprehensive sale across a wide array of graphics cards. This includes budget-orientated models like the R9 270X all the way up to the GTX 980Ti. Interestingly, OCUK’s graphics card promotion spans to a number of older-generation cards at rock-bottom prices. For example, you can purchase an MSI Frozr Gaming GTX 780 for only £169.99. This performs similar to the GTX 970 while being approximately £100 cheaper! There is also a reference designed MSI GTX 770 for £109.99 and GTX MSI Gaming LE 780Ti for £239.99. These cards are all backed with a 2-year warranty.

For the price, the 780Ti is astonishing value and used to be a top-tier graphics card. In terms of real world performance, the card competes with the GTX 980 which retails between £375-£450.

Finally, you can pick up the Fury X for £499.99 and the R9 Nano is priced at £469.99. Thankfully, the Fury X prices have come down to the RRP as inflated prices were imposed by retailers due to stock shortages. On another note, the KFA2 GTX 980Ti is available for £479.99 and built on the Titan X PCB. This makes it a good choice for custom water-cooling configurations. My pick of the sale has to be the EVGA GTX 980Ti Superclocked+ which retails for £509.99.

This particular card is used in my own personal rig and features a core clock of 1102MHz and boost of 1190MHz. Additionally the ACX 2.0+ cooling system results in quiet operating temperatures and utilizes a semi-passive 0db mode under low load. The GPU implements a lovely EVGA logo and branding via white LEDs and opts for a hefty backplate.

Please note, only the NVIDIA 900 series cards are eligible for the free game promotion.

KFA2 Launches Cosplay Competition


KFA2, part of GALAX, formerly known as Galaxy are renowned for their unique, ostentatious take on aftermarket GPU cooling. In particular, the Hall of Fame cards consist of an all-white PCB and aggressive factory overclocks. The HOF range symbolizes a no compromise approach and accommodates users looking to build a white themed PC. In my opinion, the HOF Graphics Cards are absolutely stunning and a perfect match alongside the Asus Z97 Sabertooth Mark S and Avexir Sabrano 2400MHz RAM.

To promote their product line, they have launched a Cosplay competition and offering 3 major prizes. The winner will receive a Parrot BeBop Drone and Limited Edition t-shirt. If you finish in 2nd position, they will send out a GTX 980Ti HOF and Limited Edition T-shirt. Finally, 3rd place is presented with a GTX 960 EXOC White and Limited Edition T-shirt.

In GALAX’s official press release, they outlined how to differentiate yourself from the competition and rules for entry:

“This video competition will be judged on two key elements. First, by the most creative costume of a recognizable PC video gaming character, and second, by the funniest or most obscure situation in the film itself. We want see you out in public mixing with the everyday Joe, taking what is normally seen on screen into the public domain; pranks welcome.”

Competetion Rules:

  • Create a film with a maximum 3 minute run time
  • Anything goes bar any criminal activity, violence, nudity, racial or religious insensitivity, bad language or other generally offensive behavior.
  • Keep it clean and creative. Video content must be your own.
  • Host your film on YouTube and include “What’s Your Game? Cosplay Competition” in the title.
  • To submit your entry, email your YouTube link to geforceculture@kfa2.com – making sure to include your contact details with full name & email address.
  • All entries must be submitted by July 31, 2015
  • Submissions will be reviewed by the judging panel with in the first week of Aug. 2015 and a list of winners published Aug. 7th, 2015.

I’m sure the winning entries will illustrate the passion and ingenuity we come to expect from PC Gamers.

Will you be entering or do you prefer a more understated style of competition? Let us know and we can pass the information onto KFA2/GALAX.

KFA2 Launch Epic Fail Competition

Following on from KFA2’s previous competition “Best in-game moments”, they are now looking to see submissions of EPIC FAIL gaming moments. These can be either in or out of game, so any major fails that you have experienced (and recorded) in the past few years, or any footage that is worth being a part of your failed video mashup or re-enactment.

Submissions can include music, voice over, visual effects, animation, twitch footage or anything else you can think to include, the list is endless, but no game trailer footage can be submitted.


The prizes are pretty awesome:

1st – GOPRO HD Hero4 Black, GTX 970 HOF and a limited edition T-Shit

2nd – GTX 970 EXOC Black and a limited edition T-Shirt

3rd – GTX 960 EXOC and a limited edition T-Shirt

If you plan on entering, here are the competition rules:

  • “Max 60-80 second film – Anything goes bar any criminal activity, violence, pornography, bad language etc. Please use bleepers or pixelated masks to cover any of the above.
  • Keep it clean and creative.
  • One entry per person
  • Global competition
  • Film to be hosted on YouTube and Titled “What’s Your Game? – EPIC GAME FAILS”
  • To submit your entry, please email your YouTube link to geforceculture@kfa2.com – making sure to include your contact details (full name & email address).
  • Competition submission dates. May 11th – 5th June , 2015
  • Submissions will be reviewed by the judging panel with in the second week of June, 2015 and a list of winners published on June 12th, 2015.”

So what are you waiting for, go make some stupid stuff happen with some friends, friends fails are always funnier.

For more information, follow the KFA2 competition link.

KFA2 Launches 8Pack Designed GTX 980 Graphics Card

8Pack is without a doubt one of the most skilled overclockers and as such it’s no surprise that some of the best hardware manufacturers want his input on how to create the best product with that in mind. We’ve previously seen the impressive 2000W PSU from Super Flower, and this time it is KFA2 that teamed up with 8Pack to create a beast of a graphics card.

The new card resembles the latest KFA2 cards with the triple fan cooler, but this time we also get the 8Pack branding on both the fans and the good looking backplate. The backplate helps both with the cooling of the card when those heavy clocks speeds are running as well as improving the overall sturdiness of the card and prevent PCB warping and bending from the cooler weight.

The selection process of the components to assemble the 8Pack Edition graphics cards is said to be unique, allowing only the highest GPU core and memory types to be used, but the card also uses uprated capacitors and VRM components to allow for even faster and more stable clock speeds.

All this power has to go somewhere and the 8Pack Edition comes with a factory set boots speed of 1440 MHz that is guaranteed, but how high you want to take the clocks yourself is your choice.


  • Base core clock: 1304 MHz
  • Boost clock: 1440 MHz
  • Memory clock: 7010 MHz
  • Memory: 4096MB GDDR5
  • Power: two 8-Pin connectors
  • Dimensions with Bracket: 308 x 129.1 x 49 mm
  • Dimensions without Bracket: 294 x 116 x 46.1 mm

The new KFA2 GeForce GTX 980 “8Pack Edition” 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card will be available exclusive from Overclockers UK for £589.99. The 8Pack GTX 980 HOF also qualifies for NVIDIA’s new Batman Arkham Knights and The Witcher 3 bundle.

GALAX Reveal Custom GTX HOF Water Cooled Edition Graphics Cards

Do you like your graphics cards to be a faster and cooler? Of course you do! GALAX have signed on the design held of Diamond Cooling to create their stunning Custom GTX HOF Water Cooler Edition graphics cards, something that will no doubt please the enthusiast gaming/system building crowd amongst you.

The Hall of Fame (HOF) series of cards are already well known for their blazing fast, high-end performance and impressive cooling capabilities, but the new custom water cooling blocks are set to take that even further.

“Working in-conjunction with Diamond Cooling based in Europe, specialists in all things custom and cool, KFA2 has developed a water cooling solution designed to fully unleash the raw potential of the GTX 980 and 970 HOF graphics cards with the unprecedented cooling capacity needed for extreme overclocks.”

The cards will feature full PCB coverage water blocks, a stunning design, high-quality materials and will be available in two styles, one with a white acetal top and another with PETG acrylic top.

Key Features:

  • Fits both KFA2 GTX 970 and GTX 980 Hall Of Fame graphics cards
  • Custom engineered design to maximize coolant flow and heat transfer
  • Pure copper blocks
  • Nickel plating
  • PETG acrylic / white acetal top
  • Full PCB coverage including power connectors
  • Coolant channel specially built for optimal flow with bidirectional hookups

The custom GeForce GTX 980/970 HOF water cooled editions are available in limited quantity by special order. Click here for more information.

Will you be ordering one of these gorgeous new graphics cards?

Galaxy Introduces Single-slot GeForce GTX 750 Ti Razor

Galaxy used to launch their graphics cards under the KFA2 brand in Europe, but that name is being phased-out. As such, the new single-slot card is launched under the Galaxy brand and is called the GeForce GTX 750 Ti Razor. This is only the second 750 Ti card I know of that comes as a single-slot version; his card might hit a sweet spot in the market.

The base clock of this new card is set to 1020 MHz and it has a boost to 1080 MHz. It packs 2GB GDDR5 VRAM that is running at 5.40 GHz on the 128-bit memory interface. It uses a heaksink that makes contact to all three important parts of the card, the GPU, RAM and VRM and is made from nickel-plated copper. There are no power connectors on this card as it only draws a maximum of 60 watts and the PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slot can deliver 75 watts. This helps with a tidier cable management and a 300W PSU should be enough for the entire system.

The single slot design limits the display outputs a little bit, but it still includes D-SUB, a dual-link DVI, and a HDMI port that all can be used simultaneous. There is no SLI support on this card, so a dream of running two of these for extra performance unfortunately won’t come true. It supports all the Nvidia based technologies such as G-Sync TXAA, FXAA, Adaptive Vertical Sync and Nvidia Surround, DirectX 11.2 and OpenGL 4.4. It is also Nvidia Shield ready for those of you who are lucky enough to own one of those.

The new cards is available now and has a MSPR of €139.90 incl. VAT. German retailers all have them in stock and so does Overclockers UK where they will cost you £119.99.

Thank you Galaxy for providing us with these information

Images courtesy of Galaxy

Galax First New Graphics Card Leaked

Some of the new Nvidia GeForce GTX 9xx series cards that have been leaking this week have been branded Galax, which at first may seem like a new GPU manufacturer, but it is in fact Galaxy acting under a new, if only slightly different name.

Galaxy’s European brand KFA2 are also being renamed Galax as the company looks to unify their brand. This means that we will likely see Galax branded GC and HOF series graphics cards. I really like the KFA2 branded cards, so fingers crossed that Galax will continue their legacy of completely crazy card designs under the Galax brand name.

A Galax GTX 970 card has leaked and appears to feature a GC-style cooler, which you can see below.

Hopefully this also means that company is going to make both Galaxy and KFA2 series cards available in more markets and in greater numbers. If you want a card that still says KFA2 on it, you best be quick, because it’s likely that retailers are already clearing out the old stock to make way for the Galax branded cards.

Thank you VideoCardz for providing us with this information.

KFA2 GTX 780 HOF OC+ 6GB Graphics Card Announced

KFA2 are easily one of my favourite GPU manufacturers, mostly because I’m a sucker for those white PCBs they use, as they really stand out from the crowd. Their Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 HOF (Hall of Fame) graphics card was and still is an incredible card, but they’ve taken it back to the drawing board and giving it an extra tweak to make it more competitive than ever before.

The new card, known as the GeForce GTX 780 HOF OC+, is still based around the exact same board design as the original, but the cards clock speeds have been given a slight bump from 1006 MHZ to 1019 MHz, both still a lot higher than the 863 MHz reference cards. GPU Boost is now 1071 MHz compared to the 1058 MHz of the original and 902 MHz of the reference.

Memory speeds have been kept steady at 6 GHz, but the card has now been bumped from just 3GB all the way up to 6GB over a 384-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface.

The company has yet to reveal pricing, but we would expect it to be a small premium over the previous model given that they’ve doubled the memory.

Thank you TechPowerUp for providing us with this information.

Images courtesy of TechPowerUp.

KFA2 GTX 750 Ti OC 2GB Graphics Card Review

Introduction, Specifications and Packaging

Nvidia’s GTX 750 Ti is a great graphics card, when we reviewed it a few months ago we were impressed by the level of power efficiency and performance that you got for the price of $150. However, at the same time the reference design delivered by Nvidia wasn’t exactly inspiring – the cooling solution appeared to be half an Intel stock cooler (and that’s being generous) while the card lacked any form of stylish design and had a relatively impractical rear I/O. As a result of those flaws we’ve been excited to see what Nvidia partners were going to produce to make the GTX 750 Ti a better graphics card. Today we have a GTX 750 Ti from KFA2, the KFA2 GTX 750 Ti OC. In North America and Asia our readers will be able to buy the same product under the Galaxy brand name where the product goes by the name of the “Galaxy GTX 750 Ti GC Slim“. As you may have noticed this graphics card uses a low profile design – although I think the Slim moniker is misleading as it is still a dual slot width. KFA2 have also given a relatively generous overclock which you can see in the table below.

Specifications Analysis

KFA2’s overclock is fairly modest given the potential of the GTX 750 Ti, they have added 52 MHz to the core clock, 65MHz to the boost clock and left the memory to operate at stock frequencies. The pricing comes in at $160 which isn’t the Nvidia suggested reference price of $150, but currently $160 is the de-facto retail price for GTX 750 Tis.

Packaging and Bundle

The packaging comes with KFA2’s usual gaming animations and points out some key Nvidia features.

On the back we see more of those Nvidia features detailed.

The included bundle is very basic, just a Driver CD and a setup guide. I’m quite disappointed to see that this is hinted at as a low profile graphics card but it actually has now low profile adapter when KFA2 could have easily and cheaply provided that. As it stands the card itself is low profile but the bracket is not.

Target Takes Over As Official UK Distributor For KFA2

KFA2 are one of the coolest graphics card manufacturers around, they’ve got some really awesome products to their name, and let’s not forget their unique cooler designs. UK consumers will now be able to enjoy even more great KFA2 products, as the company has just named Target Components as their official UK distributor.

KFA2 is the premium Nvidia brand of Galaxy, allowing it to produce factory overclocked cards that have been designed by gamers, specifically for gamers. That means custom coolers, new PCB’s, high performance / high quality components, massive overclocks and more that set the cards miles ahead of the stock cards from Nvidia. With over 16 years’ experience manufacturing graphics cards, this level of design has resulted in KFA2 taking several World Records, most recently for the fastest air-cooled GTX 780 on the market in 2013.


Because KFA2 uses only fans and PCBs designed in-house, their VGAs also look unique. Several, such as the signature EX OC, LTD OC and HOF ranges, feature white PCBs and dual or triple fans along with custom heatpipes, allowing for up to 20% faster speeds than standard GTX 780s. The KFA2 range also includes the newly-released GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti cards, the first to use the latest Maxwell GPU architecture. They are factory-overclocked more than 100Mhz beyond stock speeds, yet the new hyper-efficient architecture reduces power consumption dramatically.

Target’s Head of Purchasing, Kevin Barber, explained the appointment: “KFA2 is a great retail range that’s factory-overclocked as standard with really unique features and at least 2-year’s warranty. The cards are unique and exceptionally well-presented, enhancing our gaming range with a truly exciting offering.”

KFA2’s Marketing Manager added, “Target’s access to independent and specialist retailers allows KFA2 to continue to expand our customer reach and create market demand.”

KFA2 GeForce GTX 770 LTD OC

We look forward to seeing more of these cards on the market in the UK and hopefully having a new distributor on hand will help KFA2 make a bigger push in the gaming market. The KFA2 range is available at Target Components now. See www.targetcomponents.co.uk for more information.

Thank you Target for providing us with this information.

Overclocked GTX 780 Ti Released By KFA2

KFA2 might not be so well known or popular, being an European based support, warehousing and RMA facilities for NVIDIA graphics card. However, they did release the GTX 780 Ti recently, which is quite a magnificent card.

It describes itself as a manufacturer of premium Nvidia graphics cards and more often than not the company manages to life up to the promise by developing attractive non-reference products. The Hall of Fame series is a good example of the KFA2 design philosophy. HOF edition cards are high-end products and they tend to be overdesigned, with elaborate custom coolers. The GTX 780 HOF launched a few months ago, just in time for AMD’s Hawaii rollout and now the GTX 780 Ti is getting the HOF treatment, too.

Based on Nvidia GK110-425-B1 silicon, the card is stock clocked at 1020MHz, but it can hit 1085MHz on boost. This makes it faster than most factory overclocked GTX 780 Ti cards – only EVGA, Gigabyte and Inno3D each have even faster GTX 780 Ti cards. The memory is clocked at a reference 1750MHz, like most factory overclocked GTX 780 Ti cards. The GTX 780 Ti features 2880 cores, 240 TMUs and 48 ROPs. The KFA2 card is rated at 5875GFLOPS (Single), 245GFLOPS (Double). The only downside we could think of it the size of the cooler, It’s a triply slot affair, but it also features two axial 100mm fans. Only a handful of GTX 780 cards feature 100mm fans, most rely on smaller 80mm or 92mm units.

There is no official price tag revealed so far, however Overclockers UK has it listed for £559 (or $920).

Thank you Fudzilla for providing us with this information
Image courtesy of Fudzilla

KFA2 Launch GTX 780 Hall Of Fame Edition – The Galaxy HOF For Europe

KFA2, Galaxy’s European brand, have just announced that the GTX 780 Hall Of Fame Edition graphics card will now be available in Europe through the KFA2 brand. The key design philisophy with the KFA2 GTX 780 HOF graphics card is about using the highest quality components for the best overclocking card. 

Included with the KFA2 GTX 780 HOF are the CHiL CHL8318 digital PWM controllers and the IR3550 PowIRstage components which create a power 8+2 phase VRM design with 90% efficiency and capable of providing up to 480 amps to the GPU. High quality POSCAPs, high current inductors and a custom white 10 layer PCB all boost the quality of the KFA2 GTX 780 HOF over its rivals

In terms of cooling the GTX 780 HOF uses a Hybrid Vapor Chamber heat pipe cooling design that is 30X more efficient than copper. This is backed by a pair of 90mm fans in an aluminium die-cast anodized metal shroud. The KFA2 GTX 780 HOF features a Hyper Boost button which acts as a hardware supercharger for longer boosting periods that can increase clocks by a further 8%.

The KFA2 GTX 780 HOF will get a two year warranty and will be available immediately through retailers in Europe and the UK.


  • Base Clock : 1006 MHz
  • Boost Clock : 1058 (MHz)
  • Memory Amount : 3GB
  • Memory Interface : 384-bit DDR5
  • Power Connectorsr : 2x 8pin
  • Outputs : Dual DVI-D / Dual DVI-I /Mini HDMI / DisplayPort

Images courtesy of KFA2

Galaxy Launch GTX 770 GC 4GB Graphics Card

Galaxy have just unveiled their latest high performance Nvidia graphics card. The Galaxy GTX 770 GC 4GB graphics card is identical to the Galaxy GTX 770 GC 2GB graphics card except Galaxy have doubled up on the video RAM for the graphics card. The 4GB version features the same 1163MHz boost clock, up from 1085MHz stock, and a base clock of 1110MHz up from 1046MHz stock.  The additional 2GB of VRAM is going to be particularly crucial for gamers looking to use high resolution displays or multiple high resolution displays with resolutions such as 2560 by 1440 and 5760 by 1080.

The graphics card features Galaxy’s Air Bracket implementation, which is a ventilated PCI bracket at the back to aid with the removal of hot air out the back of the chassis. The card has DVI-I, DVI-D, DisplayPort and HDMI outputs while an adapter for a VGA display is included if you’re using an ancient enough display. The Galaxy GTX 770 GC 4GB card supports Direct X 11.1, GPU Boost 2.0, TXAA and a maximum of four concurrent displays. The VRM is 5+2 phases, vs the 4+2 phases on the reference design. The Galaxy implementation uses IR DirectFET MOSFETs that reduce EMI and heat output.

Pricing and availability is TBA but will probably be about 10-15% higher than the GTX 770 GC 2GB which costs about $400. In Europe we will probably see this graphics card arrive under the KFA2 branding soon.

Image courtesy of Galaxy

Galaxy’s GTX 760 Hall Of Fame Edition Graphics Card Spotted

Galaxy’s Hall of Fame series has so far seen a GTX 780 and GTX 770 and now we have a GTX 760. The GTX 760 Hall of Fame Edition graphics card is essentially a GTX 770 HOF graphics card with the GTX 770 GPU swapped out for a GTX 760 GPU. It has an identical layout and PCB design and the only other difference, bar the obvious GPU change, is that the memory chips used are rated for 6Gbps not 7Gbps. 

The Galaxy GTX 760 HOF graphics card features the trademark white PCB, white shroud and white fans we are used to seeing on the HOF series. Surprisingly it draws power through a pair of 8 pins supported by an 8 phase VRM.

The card uses CPL-made chokes, IR DirectFETs and an NEC-Tokin Proadilizer multi-phase capacitor. The Galaxy GTX 760 HOF ships with a factory overclock of 1111MHz core, 1176MHz boost and 6GHz memory up from the reference clocks of 980MHz core, 1033MHz boost and 6GHz memory. Like all normal GTX 760s this card uses 2GB of GDDR5 across a 256 bit interface. Pricing and availability is yet to be revealed. In Europe we expect an identical KFA2-branded model to be made available soon.

Images and information courtesy of Expreview

KFA2 Reveal GeForce GTX 770 LTD OC

KFA2 are Galaxy’s European sub-brand so their cards are very often identical to Galaxy equivalents except with some funky KFA2 stickers. KFA2 have just launched the GTX 770 LTD OC graphics card which is fully white. This is one of KFA2’s unique selling points that they can offer white PCBs and coolers when everyone else is offering only black.

The KFA2 GTX 770 LTD OC uses triple 92mm fans and overclocked speeds of 1202MHz core and 1254MHz GPU boost. It has 2GB of GDDR5 memory and a revised “GK104-425” GPU that is essentially a more optimised version of the GTX 680 GK104 GPU. The memory clock is at the stock 7010MHz. Display outputs include one display port and three mini-HDMI ports. Dual 8 pin PCIe connectors deliver the power for a card with a maximum TDP of 300W.

The KFA2 GTX 770 LTD OC has been listed for €424.90 (including taxes) over at Caseking and £359.99 (including taxes) at Overclockers UK. This makes it about 10-15% more expensive than the cheapest GTX 770s on the market currently.

Images courtesy of KFA2, Via Chiploco

KFA2 GeForce GTX 760 EX OC 2GB 2-way SLI Review

With the GTX 760 being the latest cards from Nvidia released at the moment, and offering amazing value for the performance on offer, we thought that it would only be fitting if we took a look at them in SLI, and with the help of two KFA2 GTX 760 EX OC 2GB cards that they sent along to us, we managed to pair things up to see how SLI performance was on these sets of cards.

It’s been quite a long time since we’ve created an article like this, as we tend to focus on a graphics card in its own right, but with such a strong price considering the performance on offer, it would be criminal not to take a look at how two cards perform together. This also allows us to check out the Nvidia drivers and how they perform in terms of scaling.

Off I went to find a SLI bridge, and proceeded to install these two cards into our test bench. As we’ve already covered these cards in single fashion, there isn’t much use covering old ground and instead we can get straight into taking a look at our test system and the list of application suites and games that we’ll be using today. After this is covered, we can delve straight into the results side of things and see exactly how the performance is on two KFA2 GTX 760 EX OC graphics cards in 2-way SLI, which will also tell us how Nvidia are developing their drivers, so lets get straight into it and hope for some strong scaling across two cards.

KFA2 GeForce GTX 760 EX OC 2GB Graphics Card Review

Another week goes by, and Nvidia launch another graphics card, as we’ve seen recently with the GTX 780 and 770. Today however sees the more wallet friendly GTX 760 which is said on the grapevine to be the last Nvidia GPU launch for 2013, but as we know with rumours, it’s just a matter of seeing what the future holds.

When Nvidia launch a card, they sometimes provide reference samples, but for the most part, they rely on their partners to manufacture their own creations and sometimes that may mean us getting a sample with a unique cooling solution or pre-overclocked speeds, or in today’s case from KFA2; we get the benefit of both.

It’s been a while since we’ve worked with KFA2, but after discussing through the launch with them, we find the GTX 760 EX OC landing in our offices, offering us a pre-overclocked GPU and a custom cooler design that we originally saw on the GTX 660 when that launched. Based on the overclock speeds that KFA2 have managed to secure on this card, we hold high hopes that we should see performance very close to that of the GTX 770, but of course there is only way to find that out, and that means throwing the card on our test bench and seeing what it can do.

Of course, we have a few other things to take care of first, consisting of taking a look at the packaging on offer, before delving into the design and aesthetics of the card. Once this is out of the way, we will look at how KFA2 have pushed this card beyond stock figures, before jumping into the performance straight out of the box.

Also, wanting to squeeze the very best performance from the card, we will be overclocking it even further than what KFA2 have, and if previous 700 series GK104 counterparts are anything to go by, we should see some really high numbers here today, so lets get straight into it and see what magic treatment KFA2 have given the GTX 760 graphics card.

The box is typical of what we expect from KFA2 with some extreme branding. We find the main features being highlighted and the model name taking prominence to the right. The EX OC sticker indicates to us that this card is clocked past Nvidia standard speeds. Inside is a dual Molex to 8-pin PCI-Express connector, a dual Molex to 6-pin PCI-Express connector, VGA to DVI adapter, driver installation disc and a brief user guide.