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I'm a '60fps' junkie, I just cant stand to play anything if it isnt running at 60. Anyway, ive been playing the Crysis 3 beta, and while the game defaults to Ultra it only runs at around 30 - 50 fps, I dropped everything down to low and can get smooth 60 while it still looks pretty nice.

Now I know proper drivers arent out for this game yet so performance will likely increase after release but I cant even play Crysis 2 maxed at 60fps so i doubt I will be able to do so with number 3.

So i was thinking if I bought another GTX 670 (Zotac amp edition) would this give me the performance im after? Its quite an expensive endeavor but if it will future proof me and get me the performance im after I could justify doing it.
    
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I have the same problem with Crysis 2, but I can get liquid-smooth performance with it completely maxed out (DX11, High Res Textures, Ultra, VSync enabled).  Here's how I do it:

 

  1. I open Crysis 2
  2. When I get to the fancy 3D-like menu, I press Alt+Enter
  3. This toggles to Windowed Mode.
  4. I press Alt+Enter to toggle back to Full Screen
  5. I load my saved game
  6. If the performance is still not liquid-smooth, then I press Alt+Enter two times in a row again and that always clears it up

 

I have to do this every time I play, so I recommend trying it in Crysis 3 too.

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I'm a '60fps' junkie, I just cant stand to play anything if it isnt running at 60. Anyway, ive been playing the Crysis 3 beta, and while the game defaults to Ultra it only runs at around 30 - 50 fps, I dropped everything down to low and can get smooth 60 while it still looks pretty nice.

Now I know proper drivers arent out for this game yet so performance will likely increase after release but I cant even play Crysis 2 maxed at 60fps so i doubt I will be able to do so with number 3.

So i was thinking if I bought another GTX 670 (Zotac amp edition) would this give me the performance im after? Its quite an expensive endeavor but if it will future proof me and get me the performance im after I could justify doing it.

in my opinion don't bother getting a new card. drivers will improve and SLI isn't worth paying more.
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I'm a '60fps' junkie, I just cant stand to play anything if it isnt running at 60. Anyway, ive been playing the Crysis 3 beta, and while the game defaults to Ultra it only runs at around 30 - 50 fps, I dropped everything down to low and can get smooth 60 while it still looks pretty nice.

Now I know proper drivers arent out for this game yet so performance will likely increase after release but I cant even play Crysis 2 maxed at 60fps so i doubt I will be able to do so with number 3.

So i was thinking if I bought another GTX 670 (Zotac amp edition) would this give me the performance im after? Its quite an expensive endeavor but if it will future proof me and get me the performance im after I could justify doing it.

Sli is the way to go ONLY when the 7xx series comes out and ONLY when your 670 won't be able to handle the newest games on medium-high and the prices have dropped !
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SLI has works great for years now, anyone who says otherwise clearly doesn't know what they are talking about. As long as you have a CPU that will feed the cards properly.

Sadly That Phenom will not cut it, nor will any AMD CPU for the most part. Unless you want frame drops, microstutter, and poor performance in a good deal of games. Really you want a i5 2500K @ 4.4ghz or higher when running two cards like that. Your CPU is pretty old, Haswell is coming out soon other wise steamroller won't be out till 2014.
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I'll be running into the same issue soon, maybe some of my thought process will help. I will weigh options out after drivers have been released, and yeah, after the 7xx cards come out. With the 7xx series coming soon, right now seems like a terrible time to buy another 670, though this one's been great. Obviously SLI would be awesome and I (probably) wouldn't feel the need to upgrade anytime soon if I had two of them in SLI, but I'm personally a fan of one high end card in each build. It's simpler, takes less room, and plus then I don't have two outdated cards to get rid of come next upgrade cycle. Or if I change my mind and think SLI will make sense for some reason, prices should drop when the new cards come out.

Hope that helps!
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My opinion:

YES, you will ABSOLUTELY get huge gains from going SLI with your 670! Looking all over the net, it seems as though the 670's are one of the best-scaling cards when it comes to 2-way SLI. Once you overclock, especially the memory, you will get a ~90% or higher performance increase in most everything.

I personally went with the (EVGA) GTX670 (FTW 2GB) myself as the 680 was not only scarce at the time, but also $150 more (well, I paid much less than $419 that the card was retailing for, so the difference was more like $225-250 to me), and offered 4-9% better performance, a gap that narrowed to 2-5.5% when overclocked.
However, a HUGE factor in my decision was my desire to SLI in the future, with 1-2 more GTX670 FTW cards, which is also one of the reasons I went for the X79 platform + 3930K (x16/x16 or x16/x8/x8). However, depending on the performance of the next gen cards, I may limit myself to just one more card (for 2-way SLI) and throw in a dedicated PhysX/F@H card (GT650Ti/550Ti or something equivalent) to take the load off the primary GPU's in games like BorderLands2.

I have been seeing prices for some of the 670's drop as low as $299, specifically at Micro Center, although I have not paid attention to the Zotac cards as I am sticking with the same make/model (love having the 680 PCB as the 680 Heatkiller blocks are absolutely unbeatable!). I was actually there the other day and they had an EVGA GTX570 1.25GB for $160, and I was quite tempted to pick one up for use as a PhysX/Folding card, but then I was struck by this pesky think called "reason" wink.gif

Short Answer: YES, go SLI! Wait until you see a good price on the card, and pull the trigger! You WILL see fantastic gains in performance, and I would be surprised if 2x 670's didn't "last" another ~2yrs (hell, you can always add more!)
   
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For Crysis 3 I wouldn't do it. The game is dissapointing in multiplayer and the single player will probably last 6-8 hours. For other games coming up this year, maybe.
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Your monitor?If it is just a 1080p monitor no. If it is 120 hz or 1440p+/surround then yes.
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It turns out with Crysis 3 I get initial lag when the map loads then once its done I get 60fps most of the time even on High settings. And I guess things can only improve when the game + more drivers come out.

For the record my monitor is only 1440x900 as I dont have space for a bigger one smile.gif
    
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