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you can forget maxing the latest games like crysis 3 on three 1080p monitors even with MSAA disabled. you can only expect to run at High settings with SMAA 1x for 3 x 1080p on a heavily overclocked HD 7970 at 1.2 Ghz and run at 30 - 35 fps.

http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013/05/05/radeon_hd_7990_versus_geforce_gtx_titan_review/3

Go with the HD 7970 3GB for 3 x 1080p. at that resolution its faster than GTX 680 and the extra VRAM is useful.
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Thanks everyone, I´ll wait till 700 series come out to see if the 600 prices go down or the 700 series prices too, and if the 7970 price goes down as well...

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Thanks everyone, I´ll wait till 700 series come out to see if the 600 prices go down or the 700 series prices too, and if the 7970 price goes down as well...


Except for the 780 which will be in the range of 600, the rest of the 700 series are rebadged 600 series. I'm not seeing how Nvidia will be putting any pressure on AMD to lower their already reasonable prices. It's Nvidia that's overpriced ya know?
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I would consider more than one card for triple monitor gaming.

HD 7970 will be good if you cut down on some quality settings and AA. But a GTX 780 can also be good, but will cost you around 600$ or More.

We don't have any info on GTX 780 with more Vram, We might see a 5GB (320bit) GTX 780. We don't have the information about this yet.
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Except for the 780 which will be in the range of 600, the rest of the 700 series are rebadged 600 series. I'm not seeing how Nvidia will be putting any pressure on AMD to lower their already reasonable prices. It's Nvidia that's overpriced ya know?

They will rebadge 680 and the 770 will cost more. doh.gif Pray the only god,Nvidia. I dont know how some people still want to support nvidia with these price. Yeah the gtx780 is great but they compete against an almost 2 years old that cost 350 euro rolleyes.gif
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My actual CPU is fine, I´ll wait to Steamroller to come an "ROLL" over the other CPUs, my actual CPU cooler is fine, 9º idle, 40º max

Also, I just don´t like SLI or Crossfire

iirc, a 4GHz thuban is about a 4.3 8100. not sure but here was what i got in BF3 MP 64-man server (full) with the thuban at 4GHz and the 7970 stock . . .



that's ULTRA and 4MSAA in a single 1080.

edit: posted a Quad Phenom earlier.
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It's a rebadged 680 isn't it? Being named a 770 doesn't make it able to capitalize on the 4gb any better.


On topic, 3gb or higher is good for triple screens.
Yes. And yes.

Depends on the price at launch, and what the 680s drop to.
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We don´t know prices, becouse they change in each country and in each shop, I will wait, I´m not sticked with any brand, just want what gives me the better performance for the buck I spend on it

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