Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles I don't ever wanna welcome to another video. Now back in late 2000 and 13 in video launched the GTX 7 80 t i for $700 us. Now, this was a high end card intended to appeal to those of you out there with a pretty extravagant budget to build a gaming PC with. But these days they can be found for a fraction of the price you talk in sort of around GTX 10 50 t i money on it used option sites like eBay and Anderson. And here in the UK, you confine them on. We buy dot com for about £150. Now, I have noticed the price of these starting to go back up currently in other international markets. But occasionally you can find one for a pretty decent price. And it got me thinking as to whether or not the 7 80 is still deserving of its high end label that it once had back in 2013. Today we're going to be benchmarking it with a few games, seeing how well it holds up and talking about whether or not you should still buy, said card. So I've paid the 7 80 i with my rise and 5 1600 a CPU that is capable of letting the 7 80 I reach its full potential, starting with Ghost Recon Wild Dance today. And as you can hopefully see despite my failure to enlarge the river Tuna Statistics figures the game is running at 52 frames per second on average. As with all the results today, the GPU will likely be at around 98 or 99% meaning it is in fact, bottle necking the processor. Turning a few graphical options down would also mean a smooth 60 f ps in most cases, too. But I've gone with higher settings throughout to give you a better idea of how capable this thing still is in Battlefield won. The game play you see is from single player. Yet the figures include the combined results from multiplayer game play tests performed on different maps to give us an overall average in both single and multi player. The 7 80 I should still be ableto handle 60 f p. S, especially if you drop the settings down a little too high or even medium. For some super fluent gameplay don't be put off by the 0.1% low of 37. As some frame drops occurred during the response segments of multi player that in no way hindered my experience. Far cry five very recent title even ran well, ultra with 53 frames per second on average. Again, turning things down to normal would guarantee you a closer to 60 FBs experience. So I'm pretty happy with how the game played on this GPU. I was also using shadow play to record here, which will cause a very, very minor performance drop. So what you see here isn't too different from what you get. Turning anti a sing off would probably be a better option to consider before dropping the settings for a few extra frames. Now this next one's not very demanding, but it's certainly popular. So I just had to test fortnight to see how it ran. And even with mixed settings, I saw a nice 100 F. P s average here at 10 80 p with a few options on medium, a few on high and a couple on epic. Stay away from putting everything when I pick settings, and you should see decent frame rates, no matter what you do. Finally, it's doom. There were a couple of hiccups here, but even with most settings turned up, the card have no trouble maintaining 60 F. P s on average. This frame rate will drop as the action gets more intense. And seeing as the action in doom is always pretty intense, you can expect a few drops here and there. Or at least that's what I experienced anyway with the 7 80 t I, which I feel has really proved itself still capable. So to conclude, if you find one of these do Tits 7 82 guys for the same sort of price as a 10 50 t, I, you will get better performance out of the older Kepler card. Of course, though, there are some disadvantages, like the fact that it is running on an old architecture, and it uses a turn more power than in videos. Modern day offering In terms of focusing purely on the performance of the 7 80 tell here you may find yourself having to turn down a few settings from high or ultra in order to get a solid 60 f. P. S out of your games. If that is your desired target, what's the 7 80? I can no longer really be considered a high end card. It still puts up a pretty decent fight, and it's still worth buying. If you can find one cheap enough, say, between 101 £150 dollars or euros. Now those 7 80 I never came In a six gig variant, there is a six gig about very off the 7 80 non ti I card, which is still weaker than the three gig by 7 80 in terms off performance both past and modern day.