I play a lot of video games; not as many as some, and certainly not every genre (typically I exclude sports and MOBA games), but a significant amount. I consider myself well versed and experienced, having backtracked through the arcade stage of the early 90s, and the non-mainstream consoles of the mid-90s. I approach video games in a holistic fashion, looking at all aspects of a game. The real quality of the game is not derived from a single piece, nor is it measured from equally weighted parts. Some things seem to matter more than others.
I’ve had a solid 3 weeks to review and pass judgment on the latest 700 series graphics card from Nvidia. The EVGA branded 760 is a respectable entry level card, with a paltry price tag.