When it comes to graphics cards for gaming, few can argue the nVidia hasn’t dominated the arena for the last few years. Their cards keeping coming out bigger and stronger than previous generations and the development of their CUDA core smashes processing and compressing at unprecedented levels. All-in-all, it’s been the best bang for the buck. The GTX 680 has over 1500 CUDA cores making your game play and video rendering experience and absolute blast.
Whether you’re playing games which don’t require huge video card output like World of Warplanes or you’re blowing through something intense like rendering entire MMORPG games, the GTX 680 was built versatile enough to handle a broad spectrum of loads. I personally use it to run 4 monitors in extended desktop as well as a number of different games like Skyrim, Elder Scrolls Online, Need for Speed, Crysis, Starcraft II and more.