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If it is as good as advertised, 1080p with one gtx760 will be sufficient for most of present games.

yep. but two is better!wink.gifbiggrin.gif

and a GTX880 or two plus a side of G-Sync for me plz, in 2014. and the same old LGA1366 too. HAHAHA (LGA1366 still kiks arse enough. wat a great investment it has been! all games maxed out and 60+FPS. SWEET!)
     
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yep. but two is better!wink.gifbiggrin.gif

and a GTX880 or two plus a side of G-Sync for me plz, in 2014. and the same old LGA1366 too. HAHAHA (LGA1366 still kiks arse enough. wat a great investment it has been! all games maxed out and 60+FPS. SWEET!)

Later Intel processors seem to keep up pretty well with the latest games, processors in general seem to be investments that last you the longest imo when building computer for gaming.
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No 760 Custom vBIOSs yet ?
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Is G-Sync only good for single monitor play? If so, it seems a total waste.
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Is G-Sync only good for single monitor play? If so, it seems a total waste.
Have some minor issues on surround setups but should be solved on release.
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No 760 Custom vBIOSs yet ?

Unless you're maxing out target power with the stock bios there is no need for a custom bios.
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Unless you're maxing out target power with the stock bios there is no need for a custom bios.

Also, if you're voltage locked due to hardware on the card, a custom vBIOS won't increase any voltage limits. It's not a "miracle OC fix" for video cards.... 2cents.gif
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It was mainly to remove the boost feature, I prefer to OC 100% manually, not let the system decide anything
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Also, if you're voltage locked due to hardware on the card, a custom vBIOS won't increase any voltage limits. It's not a "miracle OC fix" for video cards.... 2cents.gif

Exactly. Only need a custom bios if you have a hawk really. That is the only card I know of that has voltage control
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Later Intel processors seem to keep up pretty well with the latest games, processors in general seem to be investments that last you the longest imo when building computer for gaming.

maybe G-Sync will be the one variable that finally bottlenecks the CPU. Because with all the resources that G-Sync opens up, developers can take advantage of them and make Games for PC that require much higher performance. without G-Sync, developers have had to hold back or else the games lagged on the best Hardware when Maxed out. i bet G-Sync helps to make all the new consoles so obsolete within two years that it is SIK rather than just sad.biggrin.gif
     
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