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Originally Posted by intelextreme View Post

I have a similar question. I am running 2 EVGA 560 Ti FPB's in SLI with a Core i7 965 overclocked to 3.8 (chilled liquid cooling). I am into gaming and am considering upgrading to the new Kepler silicone, possibly a couple of GTX 660 ti's in SLI. Most of the reviews I have seen are no longer comparing Kepler cards to older ones. At present most every game I play is giving me frame rates in the 70's, including Crysis 2. Do I need anything more at this time or would it be an impulsive, overkill purchase? Would I have to go to twin GTX 670's to get any performance difference. Thanks for any advice.

If your cards are performing stick with them till the next gen GTX 700 cards release in Q1 next year. At that time the current GTX 680 will be the mid range GTX 760 Ti selling for USD 300. It might be worth upgrading to a single overclocked GTX 680 ( or GTX 760 Ti next gen) as it will outperform a GTX 560 Ti SLI.
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