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yea but i have absolutely nor problem with my cards. im not talking bs,
my idle power consumtion went from 105 to 125W and my average fps are
like the average fps of one titan in the valley thread. i thought like you until i tried thumb.gif

only thing is upgrading.. but from my point of view.. its like i´m having one titan now and
when its time to upgrade it will be time to get a complete new platform so why not then.

microsutter may be a risk. especially using AMD cpu paired with 2 AMD gpus..
its due a lack on the chipset on many boards.

i really have also nor problem using just one card.. but guys pls dont shoot before thinking (;
no offense



"Thanks for the backup. " why this? we arent against each other here.. just some nice talk




edit
also if using amd cards you may experience more incompability with using both cards
because the driver management is different than nvidias... although my next card will be AMD again
you can force sli on every game, you just need to find the right sli- bits.. that is the same nvidia does when
adding games profiles.

As someone who came from SLI 660ti I can say your money would have been better spent on a 670 and you would have saved $200. I now get better frame rate and dont have to deal with any of the SLI tweaks and other crap that comes with SLI. As for power consumption it is just not physically possible to get better numbers out of two cards than one.

Not saying we are against each other easier, just usually easier to prove a point when there is more people.
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take a 7950 built on a 7970 platine instead of the 660ti .. would be superior to it

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As someone who came from SLI 660ti I can say your money would have been better spent on a 670 and you would have saved $200. I now get better frame rate and dont have to deal with any of the SLI tweaks and other crap that comes with SLI. As for power consumption it is just not physically possible to get better numbers out of two cards than one.

Not saying we are against each other easier, just usually easier to prove a point when there is more people.

the thing is.. its all relative on how one individual uses the hardware.
im almost married to nvidia inspector due modding games and tweaking stuff.
so having sli for me means just to handle with 2-3 more options ^^

to the (minimum) framerate. this may vary..
got curious.. did you run the valley test and post some benchmarks there in the
official thread from karlitos?
Edited by smex - 5/14/13 at 6:02pm
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take a 7950 built on a 7970 platine instead of the 660ti .. would be superior to it

This here is a fact. I put a 7950 in my fathers PC and it runs almost as good as my 670 for $100 less.
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This here is a fact. I put a 7950 in my fathers PC and it runs almost as good as my 670 for $100 less.

Depending on how the rumors pan out, the upcoming GTX 760 Ti may well fit the bill in both price and performance.

Unfortunately, video card rumors are far harder to pin down than CPU transitions...
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Probobly an i7 and 7970 build you are looking at. Will he want to add another card for crossfire in the future?
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Probobly an i7 and 7970 build you are looking at. Will he want to add another card for crossfire in the future?

Little out of his price point don't you think
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Thread Starter 
Thanks for all the responses guys. sorry for not getting back to you all sooner.

He is not a super hardcore gamer, he mostly plays league with some newer titles thrown in like diablo 3. He isn't super into PCs, so no overclocking as far as I know, I forgot to ask about that. For simplicity's sake. a single GPU would be preferrable and, like I said, he isn't a super hardcore gamer. League of Legends is his current mainstay and anything can run that really.

I will send him a link to this thread and hopefully get him to post some responses himself.

So, basically he wants a good all around pc with a focus on gaming.

Once again,

Thanks for all the responses and I hope to get him on here as well
    
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Little out of his price point don't you think

No I'm completely serious hes got a $900 budget and not a hardcore gamer so OC'ing isn't an issue:

i7 3770 $289
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116502

Powercolor 7970 $379
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131468

Rosewill case $30
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147123

Western digital 500 GB Hard drive $55
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822236155

Asus Motherboard $60
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131963

Corsair CX600 $60
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139028

4GB (2x2GB) G.Skill Ripjaw DDR3 1600 $38
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231427

Equals: $911
A little over but still doable. It would have been within budget if memory prices were down like they were last year. (And yea you can complain about the motherboard but ASUS has yet to let me down at any price point.)

If you want you can drop that 7970 to a 7950:

Powercolor 7950 $300
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131478

Equals $822 and you can get a better Motherboard if he does that:

ASUS motherboard $119
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131832

So with a 7950 and a 120 dollar motherboard it would be $891.
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In response to the above post, I think an I7 3770k is way more than he needs, hell I play games like 4-6 hours a day and my 3570k does me more than well enough, so I would suggest dropping to an I5 3570k, the power difference in most casual gaming rigs is negligible and you can save $70 which gets rid of the over budget issue.(link for the I5 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116504). The 7970 in my opinion is a bit of overkill again, for a casual gamer that is, (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130812)<- that card is $40 bucks cheaper and it's going to provide more than enough performance for what he's looking to do with the rig. Other than those points though the build outlined above looks great for his needs.
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In response to the above post, I think an I7 3770k is way more than he needs, hell I play games like 4-6 hours a day and my 3570k does me more than well enough, so I would suggest dropping to an I5 3570k, the power difference in most casual gaming rigs is negligible and you can save $70 which gets rid of the over budget issue.(link for the I5 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116504). The 7970 in my opinion is a bit of overkill again, for a casual gamer that is, (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130812)<- that card is $40 bucks cheaper and it's going to provide more than enough performance for what he's looking to do with the rig. Other than those points though the build outlined above looks great for his needs.

Oh I know that, I just took the guy I was responding too as a challenge smile.gif
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