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So lets make it clear
2gb=3 slot version
4gb=2 slot version
am i correct?
The thing is in my country they sell only the version i linked so if i get 2 of those am i good to go?

ASUS GTX 680 DCII => 3 slot card
ASUS GTX 670 DCII => 2 slot card

Almost all 680s are 2 slot cards.
post #42 of 54
get the gigabyte over the msi cause thats not the lightning so it doesnt have the Triple Overvoltage meaning voltage control for the memory oc but if your worry about color then you can go ahead with the msi and dont get that fat asus card its just to fat lol
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If you already have one 680 just buy another one.
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I don't have any 680 the one you see in my rig is my brother's one i wish i had one already haha
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OK so the best bang for the buck is 2 670's or 2 7950's in my opinion
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Yep at lower res (1080P) a 2GB card (or cards) is sufficient. If you plan to get a larger screen and go 1440P or 1600P in future, think about getting a 4GB version. Titan only comes into it's own at higher resolutions where it's 6Gb ram comes into play. Until then, its just like 1.5x GTX680's. 2 x 4GB 670's would be a great bang for buck setup and allow you to run multiple monitors or a larger monitor and most games with the graphics turned up pretty high if not maxed.
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Yep at lower res (1080P) a 2GB card (or cards) is sufficient. If you plan to get a larger screen and go 1440P or 1600P in future, think about getting a 4GB version. Titan only comes into it's own at higher resolutions where it's 6Gb ram comes into play. Until then, its just like 1.5x GTX680's. 2 x 4GB 670's would be a great bang for buck setup and allow you to run multiple monitors or a larger monitor and most games with the graphics turned up pretty high if not maxed.

Pretty much what he said.

GTX 690
GTX 680 Lightning SLI
GTX 670 4GB (best bang for buck for Nvidia)

HD 7970 Lightning Crossfire (real best bang for buck)

All if you've got a single screen. All will run Crysis 3 maxed at 1080/1200P well.

Titan for everything above I'd say. 1440/1600P seem a bit too much for SLI set-ups at the moment.
    
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I know its over grinded question but CF 7970Ghz edition or SLI 680?which has more stability problems cf or sli?
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I know its over grinded question but CF 7970Ghz edition or SLI 680?which has more stability problems cf or sli?

SLI>CF ALL DAYYYY LOOOONGGGG
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Ok thanks +Rep!
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