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Poll Results: 660 vs 660ti vs 760

 
  • 10% (3)
    GTX 660
  • 3% (1)
    GTX 660ti
  • 85% (24)
    GTX 760
28 Total Votes  
post #21 of 24
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I'll probably go the EVGA with original cooler (Pic below), I don't want to spend much more than $600 AUD for both, I would like less, but one question, why is the gigabyte 760 on both PCCASEGEAR.COM and CENTRECOM.COM.AU have the blue motherboard, whereas the one on newegg has the new black design?
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=23994&zenid=e59cdfe382554a67b926ecb4858fd791
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by Shurtugal View Post

One question, why is the gigabyte 760 on both PCCASEGEAR.COM and CENTRECOM.COM.AU have the blue motherboard, whereas the one on newegg has the new black design?

Gigabyte released two versions of that card: Rev1.0 (old design) and Rev2.0 (new design)...
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I think you should go for the 660´s sli! Cause i think its the best bang for the buck. With prices here in sweden it would be anyway, and i think the ti´s clock better then the 660´s. And if you go sli the 660´s ti would beat a titan in benching results, and the titan is expensive. My vote goes to the ti´s. I have the 660´s but i regret that i cheaped in and didnt pick me some ti´s. My 660´s sli is slightly clocked and beat the titan in 3dmark11 grapchics score wink.gif
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I think you should go for the 660´s sli! Cause i think its the best bang for the buck. With prices here in sweden it would be anyway, and i think the ti´s clock better then the 660´s. And if you go sli the 660´s ti would beat a titan in benching results, and the titan is expensive. My vote goes to the ti´s. I have the 660´s but i regret that i cheaped in and didnt pick me some ti´s. My 660´s sli is slightly clocked and beat the titan in 3dmark11 grapchics score wink.gif

I had a 660 TI and I did like that card, but the 192 bit bus did give me issues at high resolutions. For the money a friend put a pair of 760s in his machine and the numbers are in fact trading bows with a stock titan. The 760s have a 256 bit bus and do well enough at the higher resolutions. Just a thought as the 760s SHOULD be a little cheaper than the 660 TI.
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