Originally Posted by TheJesus
There is such a small number of people with the 2B model and an even fewer (if any) number of people with a 690 that can say anything. However, based on SLI forcing the pixel clock to 400MHz (100Hz limit) and a 690 essentially being 680s SLI'd, I doubt it will be different.
The difference between 100 and 120 wouldn't really be noticeable.
...maybe so, but if true (if it cannot reach 120Hz) then there is no reason for me to opt for one 690 considering that two 680s are cheaper where I live (and faster).
However if I can get 20Hz more with the 690, even though not noticable in most of the occations (albeit I can think of a couple of occasions where it *may* be noticeable), I'll definately buy the GTX 690...
From what I know, though, the 690 does not work exactly like two 680s sli'd, so there's still hope, right?