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This thread might help you out

http://www.overclock.net/t/1398547/gtx-680-2-gb-vs-4-gb-1440p-fps-numbers
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400 at most. Maybe 20 over if it's worth it.

You're ~$230 short of a 780. I'd run with the 570s until you have that spare $230 then. I doubt you'll see much improvement with a 770 over 570 SLI until you get a second 770, at which point you'd have spent more than you would have on the 780. A pair of 660TI's would apparently give you similar FPS as a 780 and are going for $300 a piece, but that first 660TI would probably get you less FPS than a pair of 570s and by the time you added the second 660TI to get to the point of actually improving... well by then you're back in the nieghborhood of the 780 in terms of cost. I'm thinking it's a pretty similar scenario with the 670 and 770 and eventual 760 cards. I really think you need to spend over $600 to noticeably improve on 570 SLI right now.

or maybe you could sell the 570s for at least $230 and go straight to he 780 now?
Edited by BillOhio - 6/11/13 at 7:00pm
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Hm, maybe I'll just get another motherboard instead. Been having trouble with it, and a new gpu would be counter productive in fixing it.
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post #24 of 24
You're not going to see much of an improvement going 770 route. 2 570s in SLI is equivalent to a 770. Single 770 will be smoother but in terms of processing power both solutions are similar.

Go 7970 or GTX 780. I would highly recommend the latter thumb.gif
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