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post #661 of 757
I had the Asus HD 7770 direct cu and it was a beast overclocker they said, well it could not even clock one mhz more and causes freezes on me.

The other guy had Asus matrix 7970 and it clocked worse then the reverence model.

Yet another one on here as well had Asus card as well and it did not clock either very good, so if i buy another card i never buy Asus thumb.gif
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ASUS are so sloppy for a few years now. Their 3-slot cooling is not good as 2-slot sometimes. They just don't put enough effort like MSI and EVGA do for example.



I mean adjust that cooler a lil bit at least. It is making the card longer, move it to the left. They just don't care, they are selling their name.
post #663 of 757
The triple slot DCUII actually gets beaten by the dual slot TFIV Lightning cooler. Shows the point even more.
post #664 of 757
I like mine... tongue.gif
post #665 of 757
Would be interesting if Nvida made dual GPU of GTX 770 and sells them at 700-800 price point :3 or basically a 690 with a 770x2 bios :3
post #666 of 757
Does anybody know if you can flash the 770 Lightning with the original 680 Lightning bios and get unlocked voltage?
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I've had a good chuckle or few about all the people complaining that the 770 is just a rebadged 680... yes, that's exactly what it is.. with better VRAM and a more stable processor.. for about $80-100 less depending on the manufacturer and model...

I've been considering a dual GPU rig for a long time.. and since it's going to probably be a year plus until AMD fixes the frametime issue in Crossfire... thank you NVidia for the 770... But I haven't seen much of anyone bringing up the EVGA SuperClocked GTX 770s... $419.99 @ the egg, amazon, TD, and superbiiz...It should almost be the no brainer choice for those of us upgrading from significantly older GPU... like my 1GB Vapor-X 5870 for example... Compared to what the 6GB 7970 GE, a 680 SLI, the 690, the 780, the 7990, and the Titan all cost... the $839.98 + shipping for a pair of these EVGAs in SLI one would pay out is a heavenly price.

Now to finish saving up the money thumb.gif
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I've had a good chuckle or few about all the people complaining that the 770 is just a rebadged 680... yes, that's exactly what it is.. with better VRAM and a more stable processor.. for about $80-100 less depending on the manufacturer and model...

I've been considering a dual GPU rig for a long time.. and since it's going to probably be a year plus until AMD fixes the frametime issue in Crossfire... thank you NVidia for the 770... But I haven't seen much of anyone bringing up the EVGA SuperClocked GTX 770s... $419.99 @ the egg, amazon, TD, and superbiiz...It should almost be the no brainer choice for those of us upgrading from significantly older GPU... like my 1GB Vapor-X 5870 for example... Compared to what the 6GB 7970 GE, a 680 SLI, the 690, the 780, the 7990, and the Titan all cost... the $839.98 + shipping for a pair of these EVGAs in SLI one would pay out is a heavenly price.

Now to finish saving up the money thumb.gif

I have a bad feeling that a 4 GB 770 SLI set would be over $1K...

*le sigh*
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Would be interesting if Nvida made dual GPU of GTX 770 and sells them at 700-800 price point :3 or basically a 690 with a 770x2 bios :3

What is the point? Basically you want a 690 with higher-clocked VRAM for a price of an used 690?

The game will change for me if they do such a thing with 8 GB VRAM (4 GB x 2) on the PCB...
    
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've been considering a dual GPU rig for a long time.. and since it's going to probably be a year plus until AMD fixes the frametime issue in Crossfire

You mean like a month right?
post #670 of 757
I am wanting to buy this one. 4GB of absolute performance.

http://www.itestate.com.au/pages/product/pdt_product_detail.faces?BeanName=productDetailAction&pcode=50825
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