Originally Posted by Watagump
You might not need to do anything. If your FPS is fine with whatever you are doing, just save the money. If you do really need the power, then its a tougher choice. A used 780 in SLI would still be a beast, would most likely be my route.
I was happy with my 780 until i moved to 1440p, but i really wasn't checking my fps
now i am noticing i am not reaching much more than 60fps in games, but i am running everything on ultra with vsync off
I noticed some pages back you said you were getting 120fps in tomb raider, what exactly have you got off because with everything up i am only getting 60 to 70fps
also this is the first time i have built a high end gaming pc. Am i just kidding myself believing i should be able to have good fps with everything on max with my specs.
My specs are
Cooler Master Haf x Case
Intel i7 3820 (OC 4.6GHz) CPU
Asus GTX 780 DirectCU II 3GB (OC - 1240MHz) GPU
16GB Kingston Hyper x Beast - RAM
Asus Rampage 4 Extreme - MOBO
Corsair H100I In Push Pull - Cooling
Samsung 840 Evo 250GB - SSD
WD 2TB - HDD
I just got the Corsair K70 Keyboard, my first mechanical keyboard. (feels Great)