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Currently I have a GTX 670 4GB. Do I go to:

A) SLI
B) GTX Titan
C) GTX 780
D) HD7990

I run @ 1440p and want max settings on everything. What do you think?
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SLI, no question about it. 670's sli will perform better than a 780 and most likely equal or better than a titan. Also, at 4gb you're not going to have any vram shortage at 1440p.
Edited by TheLawIX - 5/25/13 at 6:25pm
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I agree with @TheLawIX.

Buying another 670 is your best choice. With a 670's sli can run very good at 1440p
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