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That's the issue with SLI'ing. If I buy the the 760's I'll have SLI setup within a month. 770's within 6 months, and 780's within a year. I just have to much going on that I can't spread myself to thin on video cards. The wifey watches with a close eye wink.gif

PMSL @ the wifey comment. specool.gif
post #32 of 36
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jump off the deep end on a 780. beg forgiveness for spending so much and after it cools down go for 1440 and forget the surround.

thumbsupsmiley.png GTX780 1440p is where its at. But really that went from the OP's 400$ question to over 1000$.

true, though i was thinking the cost of another 770 and two more monitors for surround in the equation . .
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I get paid tomorrow, so if I don't spend it right away it's gunna go to more important real life things, so I gotta act fast before I have time to think about this tongue.gif I only have about $500 play money every check so I gotta make it count.. verdict?
post #34 of 36
Single Gigabyte 770 4gb, or SLI 760's.. biggrin.gif
I would go with single card if I were you, that 770 single will please you very well for the next 6 months.
You can even go surround on that single card for the time being and get 40+ fps on most games. Lowest you'll get is 20 fps on triple monitor with 4xAA on Metro.. turn AA off and you're at 30fps avg spot.
On skyrim, I've seen 60+ fps on surround with a single gtx 770 - 2gb.
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I just bought a 760 4gb for now will SLI ina few months/ when the price drops/need more performance. With consoles going to have 8 GB I can see games quickly increasing the need for more ram. Take a highly modified skyrim. Doesn't need more then 580 but would have to be the 3 GB one.

If you plan on selling this card in a year or 2 to upgrade, get 2 GB. If you making the investment as I did then 4 GB.
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post #36 of 36
I bought a evga 770 classified w/evga blower 4gb and love it. Pretty powerful and high clocks right out of the box. Have it at 1306mhz now and was easy to oc to that. I have another one coming Tuesday to SLI them. Reason I didn't get the acx cooling was because I was going sli and want the heat out of the case. Just another option. Plus its a sexy card imo thumb.gif


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