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Originally Posted by bustacap22
Let your logic get involved here...sounds to me your heart wants the Titan just to have the latest and greatest....Dont get confused here...You know that getting a 1440p and 7970 is the logical way to go.. Plus saving for another 7970 would be quicker. I'm sure you have seen benchmark testing crossfire 7970 vs Titan...Think about, how many cards do you think you will go through having a 1440p monitor. Pull the trigger man!!!! Good Luck.
Originally Posted by navynuke499
as nice as it would be to have a titan, the 1440p monitor is one of the best upgrades i have ever made. since that is the case, i would say 7970 and monitor for sure
Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er
You make the switch to 1440p once and will last you 5 years +. GPUs gets replaced like no tomorrow.
Originally Posted by PureBlackFire
this.go for the monitor now and wait on the gpu purchase.
+1 for Monitor.
The monitor will depreciate much less. GPUs lose value always , whenever there's a new gen (see Kepler vs Fermi, Cayman vs Cypress , Tahiti vs Cayman)
If you bought a U2711 / U3011 , today it still would be over 60% of its value (it's closer to 75% of its value). Compare that to a GXT 480 from 2010, $550 is now $200ish if you're lucky to even find a buyer for that price.
Besides, if you can't run 1440p you can always lower resolution and use subsample (or run Windowed / slightly lowered settings).Edited by AlphaC - 4/4/13 at 5:15pm