Originally Posted by Bradford1040
I love my 680 classy but have to admit if I wanted or was in the market to buy a set of cards that is a killer deal, from the people around this area to none of them even know what overclocking is it seems so you know the cards are like new if you can't find it if you are interested I will search them again and edit post them ingtx 670 sli for 240.00 for the pair
Man killer deal! I did a lot of my bf3 gaming on a single 670 with ultra/msaa off with great results (100+ fps averages on 1080p)
Originally Posted by itcharzherp
OK .. so then i have to choose between 770 or 780 ... i don't need to get 750 ti, because it's not easy for me to change it with the seller or exchange it with friends.
So i have to buy a very good one >>> well the difference between 780 and 770 is about $150 which is pretty high
>>> i play FPS games, so i need speed .. of course, the massive power is a beautiful feature
I also want to ask you about BF4, because I read in forums it needs high GPU memory over 2GB
I saw videos on youtube with 770 is very good
I think most of my applications is OCing the CPU and the GPU
and members say the voltmod, and i think this is related to OCing because when you OC the card or the chip, you actually increasing the voltage.
And, i feel similar to your idea that, i want to play with one GPU and OC the CPU and the GPU, then there's a possibility to buy another GPU in SLI
or you know what .. i think SLI is different and the possibility to perform SLI in the future is actually not now ..
>>>>> OK I found the solution .. how about 770 4GB that's what i want except members said 770 with 256-bit is hard to utilize the 4GB, how this info is true?
I would say 4gb is a waist. I will let my results speak for themselves.
new drivers 337.50 2014-04-07 1424mhz 7400mhz
1080p ultra-msaa off- no blur (not sure blur impacts fps though)
bf4 64p Team DM multiplayer
2014-04-07 16:17:35 - bf4 parcel storm
Frames: 53152 - Time: 526550ms - Avg: 100.944 - Min: 73 - Max: 183
2014-04-07 17:43:10 - bf4 flood zone
Frames: 85450 - Time: 754608ms - Avg: 113.238 - Min: 79 - Max: 201
2014-04-07 18:32:20 - bf4 hainan resort
Frames: 54180 - Time: 542259ms - Avg: 99.915 - Min: 64 - Max: 175
2014-04-11 21:09:45 - bf4 shanghai
Frames: 55487 - Time: 573600ms - Avg: 96.735 - Min: 59 - Max: 170
2014-04-14 18:42:35 - bf4 shanghai
Frames: 45943 - Time: 488299ms - Avg: 94.088 - Min: 62 - Max: 161
2014-04-16 18:41:56 - bf4 lancang dam
Frames: 49521 - Time: 399534ms - Avg: 123.947 - Min: 70 - Max: 201
2014-04-16 18:53:05 - bf4 rogue transmission
Frames: 72162 - Time: 552509ms - Avg: 130.608 - Min: 85 - Max: 195
2014-04-16 19:05:13 - bf4 zavod 311
Frames: 59801 - Time: 561120ms - Avg: 106.574 - Min: 65 - Max: 178
Now you can imagine the gtx 780 will only be better, but whether its worth the extra money its up to you. Myself personally If I had the extra money I would get a 780 just because I had my fun over volting and clocking my 770 and want to try the same for the 780, but since money isnt that abundant Im gonna wait till maxwell for my next gpu purchase. If I just did gaming and wasnt an upgrade-oholic I would be totally happy with the results I get. BF4 is the only game I have time to play.
I played crysis 3 I think up to the 2nd or 3rd level before getting bored and the card did good but that game is weird with its graphic settings. Ultra will bring the cards to its knees but high is I think where I had it set and I couldnt really see a difference in visuals.
With a normal oc in the 1300mhz range maybe subtract 5fps