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As stated in title, im a gamer that needs to run all my games on the highest of detail. If I have to turn anything down to get good FPS thats when I consider building a new pc.

So games like rome 2, BF4 and GTA V if it comes out on pc, will my setup be capable?
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If you are talking about maxing games well maybe not that long.

 

An 670 SLI poerforms almost like an OC Titan and at the 1440p+ club, we see members that purchase a 2nd Titan just to max out some games at 1440p.

 

However 670 SLI is still a powerfull configuration for 1440p.

 

Also with 1440p or 1600p 2xAA is more than enough and good because of the higher PPI density of those panels compared to 1080p.

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It should provide you with enough power through 2013 and most likely also through 2014.
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If you are talking about maxing games well maybe not that long.

An 670 SLI poerforms almost like an OC Titan and at the 1440p+ club, we see members that purchase a 2nd Titan just to max out some games at 1440p.

However 670 SLI is still a powerfull configuration for 1440p.

Also with 1440p or 1600p 2xAA is more than enough and good because of the higher PPI density of those panels compared to 1080p.
This....it will last as long as you dnt mind turning down the settings,it also depends on how demanding the games are that you currently play or will be looking forward to playing....
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Should be ok, just remember the GTA games aren't always well optimized for PC. I have GTA 4 on my PC and even though its an old game and the graphics are ancient my relitively powerful rig still doesn't run it well. This may be different with GTA 5, lets just hope they optimize it well for us PC users.
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Would a third 670GTX make a significant difference? Seeing as the prices are dropping it might be more feasible?
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Would a third 670GTX make a significant difference? Seeing as the prices are dropping it might be more feasible?

Tri-SLI doesn't scale very well. 670 SLI can still kind of max everything, minus Crysis3.
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If you are talking about maxing games well maybe not that long.

An 670 SLI poerforms almost like an OC Titan and at the 1440p+ club, we see members that purchase a 2nd Titan just to max out some games at 1440p.

However 670 SLI is still a powerfull configuration for 1440p.

Also with 1440p or 1600p 2xAA is more than enough and good because of the higher PPI density of those panels compared to 1080p.

I have a really hard time believing a Titan performs as well as SLI 670's. I'd like to see some evidence.

No one knows how the the next gen games are going to run so it would be nice if people would stop asking about it.

I'd probably be concerned about the 2GB vram limit and consider CF 7970's. Or at the very least sell that 670 and pick up 2 4GB 680's when they drop in price.
Edited by Slightly skewed - 5/27/13 at 8:11am
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I have a really hard time believing a Titan performs as well as SLI 670's. I'd like to see some evidence.

Oced Titan does.

 

My 3Dmark 11 score is on par with some 670 SLI results. The 670s are stock though.

 

I get a graphics score of almost P16000 in 3Dmark11 while stock 670 SLI is 15000ish.

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http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/60166-nvidia-gtx-titan-vs-sli-crossfire-15.html

GTX 670 SLI is about 12% faster than Titan.
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