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I game on a 27" 1080p monitor, currently have SLI 570.

Thinking about selling both then getting the 770.

Will the 770 most likely be able to handle BF4 maxed out? My sli 570 has micro stuttering when I turn on 2 or 4xAA in BF3, sick of fooling around.

Just want to be done with it and play SMOOOTH thumb.gif

Hoping they will support TXAA or SMAA support.
Just an fyi you can use an SMAA injector for BF3 now. MSAA is a hog on my card too.

Nobody can say for sure how well BF4 will run yet but the game will be out before the 8xx Nvidia cards. It is just a more utilized frostbite 2.0 engine. You will def be able to Ultra it the question is how much AA will you be able to use. 60hz monitor? Def fine? 120 hz? doubt it if you want to pin 120fps....not with everything enabled.
Edited by Thoth420 - 6/3/13 at 2:06pm
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Hey guys, do you think it's worth selling my RMAed GTX 580 (i.e brand new replacement) and stepping up to a GTX 770. I run on 1680x1050 not an amazing resolution, however it does show age with some games. I prefer to wait a generation before buying another card, and I read somewhere the 770 is faster than the 780. Would it be worth it? From what I've read it would be but I'd like some advice smile.gif Cheers!
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Hey guys, do you think it's worth selling my RMAed GTX 580 (i.e brand new replacement) and stepping up to a GTX 770. I run on 1680x1050 not an amazing resolution, however it does show age with some games. I prefer to wait a generation before buying another card, and I read somewhere the 770 is faster than the 780. Would it be worth it? From what I've read it would be but I'd like some advice smile.gif Cheers!

Why not upgrade to a bigger reso monitor instead and wait on a 8xxx card?
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Why not upgrade to a bigger reso monitor instead and wait on a 8xxx card?
Could do, though my worry is by the time they do come out I would have had to suffer lower FPS on my 580 due to a higher res. And loose the value it's worth when I sell it. Which would mean I would've spend money on a new monitor and lost money on how much I'd loose giving how the 580 value would have gone down. I'm comfortable at my resolution atm, just need more power for AA etc etc. And by age I mean my card does, not my monitors resolution ^^
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Sorry to barge in - just ordered my new Gigabyte 2GB GTX 770 ^^

I was wondering though if I should get a 120Hz and/or 3d monitor?

Cus I think the 770 won't even be able to hit 120fps on ulta in BF3 or Metro, so is there any point?

What do you guys use? What's your opinion? Cheers biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Fist-Of-Freedom View Post

I game on a 27" 1080p monitor, currently have SLI 570.

Thinking about selling both then getting the 770.

Will the 770 most likely be able to handle BF4 maxed out? My sli 570 has micro stuttering when I turn on 2 or 4xAA in BF3, sick of fooling around.

Just want to be done with it and play SMOOOTH thumb.gif


I would sell them and get the 770 .... Yes, 770 will handle bf4 easy.

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Which brand of GTX 770 have you bought and why?
I don't want to start a flame, only write your own opinion.
I would like to buy one and don't know which one to prefer...

MSI G-series 770, why? Because i don't think the lightening is worth the extra 50 bucks, and i don't like Yellow in my PC...
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Hey guys, do you think it's worth selling my RMAed GTX 580 (i.e brand new replacement) and stepping up to a GTX 770. I run on 1680x1050 not an amazing resolution, however it does show age with some games. I prefer to wait a generation before buying another card, and I read somewhere the 770 is faster than the 780. Would it be worth it? From what I've read it would be but I'd like some advice smile.gif Cheers!

If i were you, i would work on upgrading your monitor first, your 580 should handle any game at that resolution quite easy. For the other part, NO, that's false, the 770 is not faster than the 780...
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Sorry to barge in - just ordered my new Gigabyte 2GB GTX 770 ^^

I was wondering though if I should get a 120Hz and/or 3d monitor?

Cus I think the 770 won't even be able to hit 120fps on ulta in BF3 or Metro, so is there any point?

What do you guys use? What's your opinion? Cheers biggrin.gif

-Rich

Get a 120/144Hz monitor FAST! biggrin.gif.... Your 770 will utilize it quite well thumb.gif (i have one, it's awesome)
Edited by Yungbenny911 - 6/3/13 at 3:16pm
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Sorry to barge in - just ordered my new Gigabyte 2GB GTX 770 ^^

I was wondering though if I should get a 120Hz and/or 3d monitor?

Cus I think the 770 won't even be able to hit 120fps on ulta in BF3 or Metro, so is there any point?

What do you guys use? What's your opinion? Cheers biggrin.gif

-Rich

Get the 120hz! I feel its the most overlooked upgrade! I got mine back on the gtx670 for bf3 and it was wwway smoother! The 770 with 1080p ultra, msaa off, blur off averages over 100fps on every map i have played so far. Not sure yet on the 770 but the 670 with same setting was in the 85-90fps range but on default ultra was I think 10-15fps lower on the average so the 770 may be about the same. I just havent had the time to play with the 770 I wish I did.

Wanna add that even with a gtx660 bf3 is way smoother on 120hz so to me its a myth that 120hz is choppy unless your average exceeds 120fps. Its smoother period.
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For the other part, NO, that's false, the 770 is not faster than the 780...
Typo meant 680 not 780 xD But cheers for the advice, do you think a 770 will be able to handle a higher resolution? I'd then have dual monitor as well which is always a bonus. And by age I mean the card not the monitor, can't run everything full maxed out which is not much of a worry. But it does bother me at times, and was just thinking this would be a good time to get a 770 due to it's price vs performance. And of course a higher resolution means it would be more demanding
Edited by VL92 - 6/3/13 at 3:54pm
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Get a 120/144Hz monitor FAST! biggrin.gif.... Your 770 will utilize it quite well thumb.gif (i have one, it's awesome)

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Get the 120hz! I feel its the most overlooked upgrade! I got mine back on the gtx670 for bf3 and it was wwway smoother! The 770 with 1080p ultra, msaa off, blur off averages over 100fps on every map i have played so far. Not sure yet on the 770 but the 670 with same setting was in the 85-90fps range but on default ultra was I think 10-15fps lower on the average so the 770 may be about the same. I just havent had the time to play with the 770 I wish I did.

Wanna add that even with a gtx660 bf3 is way smoother on 120hz so to me its a myth that 120hz is choppy unless your average exceeds 120fps. Its smoother period.

Ok, I'll take that into consideration. Cheers smile.gif

Should I just get a 120hz monitor, or a 3D one as well? Cus I think to have smooth 3D, the monitor needs to be sending 60FPS to each eye, and if my card isn't even giving me 120FPS in total then it will be choppy I guess :S

I was thinking of this screen.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-GD245HQAbid-inch-Gaming-Monitor/dp/B005AYYRIC/ref=dp_ob_title_ce
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Sorry to barge in - just ordered my new Gigabyte 2GB GTX 770 ^^

I was wondering though if I should get a 120Hz and/or 3d monitor?

Cus I think the 770 won't even be able to hit 120fps on ulta in BF3 or Metro, so is there any point?

What do you guys use? What's your opinion? Cheers biggrin.gif

-Rich

What I prefer and what I can afford are vastly different. I play on a 60 hz 1920 x 1080 24 inch monitor. As long as I am getting closed to 60 fps and can keep the game maxed or close I am happy.
I would love to play on 120 hz for shooters and try 3D but it is out of my price range. Multi monitors aren't my cup of tea....panoramic now you are talking.
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