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so does this mean if you own a gtx680, you're on the gtx770 list? XDDD
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so does this mean if you own a gtx680, you're on the gtx770 list? XDDD


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I'm torn right now. I want two lightnings but was thinking about getting 1 780 EVGA ACX and later in the year getting other. What do you guys think? I upgrade a lot so by the time I get two 780s I will probably be upgrading within 4 more months or less to new cards. I am just not sure if price to performance on the dual 780s is THAT much better than dual 770 lightnings. What do you guys think?
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ungh what to do !!! either wait for amazon to have stock or order one from New egg!!

i just tried playing BF3 and it crashed !!! RIP Windforce 3


the EVGA SC with the 2 fan cooler looks sexy as hell too :S

even the Asus with the DCii!

i wonder how they stack on silence and OC potential compared to the Windforce 3



what would you guys do?

Im too impatient and would order from newegg and just return with amazon.

Personally if I had the space think the asus is my favorite looking cards and they are reliable but I would go evga if you wanted the best customer service experience. I just wish they offered better coolers but maybe the twin fan version is better though than the single fan ones.

Happy with the msi gamer. Temps at 1250mhz creep near 70c though but stay in the 60s with the fan in the 80% range. Even at 100% is QUIET! my ambient room temp is 85f now a days
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Thoth, was this intended for me? If it is, that sounds great about the PSU being capable of running the 770.

No I just was replying to Gerbacio in regards to his issues with his card not performing. Checked his PSU specs and that is what came back. I just copy pasted it because it was spanglish to me in regards to the multiple 12v rails @ 40 amps. A 750 watt psu that is gold should be well adequate but the 770 is specced for 42 amps at the 12v rail. (had to check my PSU. I just had no clue if the multiple rails in the specs had some bearing on the issue. Seems he just got a bad one. :/

Thanks though. biggrin.gif
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I just handed the 660 Ti package to the UPS Store this morning and will be on its way back to Amazon on Monday. Now I just need to pull the trigger on the 770 from Newegg, hoping I can get it here by Wednesday. I am itching to play a few games, while I can since I have a MSI 7970 I tossed in the system this morning from my brother, the coil whine on those cards is so utterly annoying I can't use my system.

Can the regular version of the 770 be OC to match the SC?

I think I might be exchanging the PSU, the Corsair CX600M for the 750W version or Thermaltake SMART Series 750W just to make sure I have enough juice for my system. I also plan to add an SSD soon and I want to put in another set of case fans.
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I just handed the 660 Ti package to the UPS Store this morning and will be on its way back to Amazon on Monday. Now I just need to pull the trigger on the 770 from Newegg, hoping I can get it here by Wednesday. I am itching to play a few games, while I can since I have a MSI 7970 I tossed in the system this morning from my brother, the coil whine on those cards is so utterly annoying I can't use my system.

Can the regular version of the 770 be OC to match the SC?

I think I might be exchanging the PSU, the Corsair CX600M for the 750W version just to make sure I have enough juice for my system. I also plan to add an SSD soon and I want to put in another set of case fans.

From all accounts so far the answer to the OC question is yes. Obv every chip varies in headroom. The EVGA are 10 bucks difference in the end I just opted for the stock 770 acx cooler. Don't plan to need an OC on it for a while though. I would think if you want the best OC you can get go with MSI. If I happen to SLI the second will be an MSI 4GB which would take the primary slot over.
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No I just was replying to Gerbacio in regards to his issues with his card not performing. Checked his PSU specs and that is what came back. I just copy pasted it because it was spanglish to me in regards to the multiple 12v rails @ 40 amps. A 750 watt psu that is gold should be well adequate but the 770 is specced for 42 amps at the 12v rail. (had to check my PSU. I just had no clue if the multiple rails in the specs had some bearing on the issue. Seems he just got a bad one. :/

Thanks though. biggrin.gif

No problem, LOL!
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From all accounts so far the answer to the OC question is yes. Obv every chip varies in headroom. The EVGA are 10 bucks difference in the end I just opted for the stock 770 acx cooler. Don't plan to need an OC on it for a while though. I would think if you want the best OC you can get go with MSI. If I happen to SLI the second will be an MSI 4GB which would take the primary slot over.

I'm more leaning going with the stock 770 since there isn't that much of a difference with the SC. When the FTW version comes out, that will probably have a jump between the two cards.
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I'm torn right now. I want two lightnings but was thinking about getting 1 780 EVGA ACX and later in the year getting other. What do you guys think? I upgrade a lot so by the time I get two 780s I will probably be upgrading within 4 more months or less to new cards. I am just not sure if price to performance on the dual 780s is THAT much better than dual 770 lightnings. What do you guys think?

Hey mister! wave2.gif...

This is my honest Opinion: Get what your money can buy... Don't fall for the "down the road" saying tongue.gif.... Get the best performance for your money. By the time you would be ready to get another 780, something better would be out there, and you will want that. When i got 660 SLI as opposed to single 680/670 (and another down the road), A LOT of people told me that was the "wrong" move, and i would loose money in the long run, but oh well... like you too, i upgrade A LOT.

i bought my 660 SLI for 400$, and i already sold one for 220$... And now i would be getting two 770's, and selling the other 660 for probably 200$. Did i loose money? No, am i upgrading like every other person? Yes, did i have Far Greater performance as opposed to people that went with a single 680/670? Hell Yeah! tongue.gif... 2cents.gif
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Hey mister! wave2.gif...

This is my honest Opinion: Get what your money can buy... Don't fall for the "down the road" saying tongue.gif.... Get the best performance for your money. By the time you would be ready to get another 780, something better would be out there, and you will want that. When i got 660 SLI as opposed to single 680/670 (and another down the road), A LOT of people told me that was the "wrong" move, and i would loose money in the long run, but oh well... like you too, i upgrade A LOT.

i bought my 660 SLI for 400$, and i already sold one for 220$... And now i would be getting two 770's, and selling the other 660 for probably 200$. Did i loose money? No, am i upgrading like every other person? Yes, did i have Far Greater performance as opposed to people that went with a single 680/670? Hell Yeah! tongue.gif... 2cents.gif

This man knows how to shop. Only thing holding me off SLI configs is my PSU. I know it can probably handle it but I like to have a ton of headroom for no reason at all.
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