Originally Posted by cam51037
I'd save for a Titan, and don't have the worry of having dual cards/crossfire issues. Single cards are nicer, usually cooler, and in air cooling, much quieter.
But once the Titan doesn't perform great you can SLI it, instead of having a quad-SLI 7970 rig.
New crossfire drivers are coming soon. Will give CF better/equal frame times compared to SLI.
A 7970CF is a good deal faster then a single titan. Your gonna be spending more then $1000 to get a titan and the waterblock to go with it. Yet you can get two 7970's and Blocks for under 1000.
A GTX770 will be at most equal to a 7970GE so why wait for that card when you can jump on two 7970GE now?
If your gonna wait, wait for a GTX780 if the price isn't to bad. Otherwise if it turns out AMD is releasing a big die 9970 at the end of the year, then spending 1000 bucks just to have AMD's flagship card crap all over it then that 1000 bucks you spent probably wasn't spent as wisely as it should. Seeing that we probably won't see Big die Maxwell anytime in 2014, waiting for AMD to release new cards at the end of the year might not be a bad idea. Granted you would have the fastest card for probably a entire year or more with the 9970. Can easily get by on a single 7970 for the time being.Edited by DzillaXx - 5/12/13 at 10:54am