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If the current GTX 670 SLI setup trades blows with the GTX 780, would it be safe to assume that the GTX 760 (a rebrand of the 670) in SLI would have similar and possibly better performance than the GTX 670 SLI and GTX 780 for the least amount of money?

Monetary Value of each set up:
-GTX 780 $649.99
-GTX 670 SLI $729.98 ($364.99 x2)
-GTX 760 SLI $439.98 ($219.99 x2)

My GTX 760 price assumption is based on the price of the GTX 660.
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The GTX 780 will be a much powerful competitor if you are talking about higher resolutions or multi-monitor. But im assuming at 1080p the 780 is hardly working at all.

The 780 will also require less power to achieve the same amount of performance. But money wise, if youre doing single screen gaming at 60hz 1080p then yes plenty of people go that direction instead of buying a single expensive card. But future-proofing wise... and ability to overclock.... they may not be as good as choosing a single 780.
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Not future-proofing wise; rather just going on the cheap end to game at 1080p/60Hz until the 800 series releases. If I could get GTX 780-like (or better) performance for $439.98, I'd hop right on that!
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Turns out 760's are $249 each, probably $289-299 for the 4GB versions. Still looks like a valid multi monitor or cheaper way to get high performance.
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