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Well this is the first time I have posted a question on this forum (I hope i'm not breaking any rules)

I am currently making designs to build my first computer and I want get the best graphics card without going crazy overboard. so far I am looking at the GTX 660Ti cards and they are reasonably priced for what I would like to do. but I also see that for a little more i can buy a GTX 670. is there really that much of a difference between the cards, I know the 670 probably runs faster and is 256bit instead of 128. I am so lost with this because i want one really good card that will last a few years.

I have a 1080P monitor for now but I was going to get a second one. could either of these cards run both at the same time?
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Either of those cards can run 2 monitors at once, neither can support gaming on both at the same time (minimum for Nvidia surround is 3)

If you can reasonably get the 670, then I would go for that, it will help you keep high FPS on higher settings for longer. They also o/c very well and will compete with 680's when oc'd.
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Originally Posted by BenFrainkl1n View Post

Well this is the first time I have posted a question on this forum (I hope i'm not breaking any rules)

I am currently making designs to build my first computer and I want get the best graphics card without going crazy overboard. so far I am looking at the GTX 660Ti cards and they are reasonably priced for what I would like to do. but I also see that for a little more i can buy a GTX 670. is there really that much of a difference between the cards, I know the 670 probably runs faster and is 256bit instead of 128. I am so lost with this because i want one really good card that will last a few years.

I have a 1080P monitor for now but I was going to get a second one. could either of these cards run both at the same time?

Firstly, welcome!

Now before we can really discuss what range of graphics card to get, you should list the rest of the system's hardware. That way we can see if you could put the money towards anything else instead of the GPU.

The GTX 660 Ti and the GTX 670 aren't really all that different. They have the same core count, memory count and generally have around the same core clocks. The only difference between them is as you said, the 256bit to 192bit Memory Bus.

Also, the Kepler GPU's (GTX 6xx) support up to 4 displays simultaneously.
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Well first of all you're right, buying a expansive card now will last longer so cheaper over time.
As for the GTX 660Ti VS the GTX 670, the 660 Ti would be better bang for your buck you can always
look up benchmarks and reviews up for your self.
Here's one: http://www.hwcompare.com/13138/geforce-gtx-660-ti-vs-geforce-gtx-670/

And i'm pretty sure both cards could handle 2 monitors pretty good.
Edit: Look at this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsMXRXj_Oso
And if the 660 Ti can handle it the 670 would too.

And my opinion personally if i could wait a bit more I would go for the 670 wink.gif
Edited by MichaelRB - 3/13/13 at 9:08am
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You should probably just go with the 670. Its not that much higher in price than the 660Ti plus over time if you wanted to add another one in an SLI you could have a really good setup. Do you have a budget your trying to stick by?
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If you can afford the 670, then go for it...that card is very nice, though...my 670 can max out most of games, right now except Crysis 3....
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Hi and welcome to the forum. if you are not considering these cards exactly. i would suggest you have a look at the 7950.. it's priced like the 660Ti and it would bash the 670 when nicely overclocked.

higher ends like the 680 and 7970 will be able to run eyefinity or surround with a single card. but Not for long. as games will be more gpu intensive after some time and you will need to drop in another card to get things fixed.
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Then get an HD 7950: more memory, more bandwidth with a 384-bit bus and better value. smile.gif
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I just went through this last week. Was looking at a 660Ti as an upgrade from my 6970. I ended up going with a 4Gb 670 and don't regret it at all.
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I think I can wait a little longer for the 670 I just got onto Amazon and saw some prices of those and they are reasonably priced. I also noticed that there are 2048mb of GDDR5 and some that are double that. should I get the larger card for the two monitors that will be plugged into one card? (i just saw how many ports these cards have)

Buzzin92 thanks! so far in my designs for a computer i have an idea of a quad core from intel, its an i7-2700k?. an Asus motherboard for that and a 750 power. I did inherit a 1 terabyte hard drive but it is kind of old. and I just saw the corsair 900D case that i would love to get!
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