Originally Posted by khaosstrife
Awesome feedback guys. Thanks for the info on all of that. I am just curious about a few more things now, primarly is how well does tri-sli work and will I still be able to do the thing I can do with eyefinity?
The 3D vision thing nVidia does is cool but it would be useless to me, I can't watch anything in 3D becuase it gives me mind splitting migraines. The whole reason I went with the AMD GPUs was becuase of eyefinity in the first place.
What do you mean by "things" that you can do with eyefinity? Can you be more specific?
If you're asking about Titan Tri-SLI, ask about it in here : Nvidia GeForce GTX TITAN Owners' club
I'd tell you if I knew, but since I havent experienced SLI first hand it will be better if you go and ask in that thread.
If money is no object, then get the Rampage IV Extreme. Its popular among enthusiasts, has lots of features, looks really good and is probably one of the best X79 boards out there, if not the
Originally Posted by azrael36
CrossFire is not as bad as people are making it out to be here. I was running a pair of crossfired 7770 GHz Editions a couple of months back, feb-apr. I took a lot of flak from folks here bashing me running the WORST cards to XFire blah blah blah. They were full of it. I never experienced any stuttering in any games, AC III, Crysis3 or World of Tanks. I understand that there is a frame latency issue, (perhaps that's over exaggerated as well?)at least on paper, however with the release of the 5.13(b) drivers frame latency was improved greatly, based on this I will concede that latency may have been an issue. However when your talking hundredths of a ms, you have to ask if that is even visible to the human eye? and for what it's worth, notice the guy bashing the 7990's also has a very nice nvdiia logo as an avatar, he wouldn't be biased would he? anyways, just my
PS. If it were me, I hate to say it but I would consider the x79 route, though I like the MSI BigBang III motherboard
I'm sorry if I sounded biased towards nvidia in any way. But what I said is only the truth and not just "bashing AMD" as an "nvidia fanboy". If the OP were asking for recommendation for a single GPU with the best price/performance ratio, my second option would be to recommend getting a 7970 (first one being waiting for the 700 series) and flashing it to GHz BIOS and get the most performance for his/her money. But those issues have been discussed in other threads in this forum and lots of people agree with it as well.Edited by ahnafakeef - 5/21/13 at 10:53am