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You guys are just tempting me. I know if I find that it ends up working with my psu I'm 75% sure I wont take it back out unless its for a waterblock fitment. Or if it works but crashes out under load and I see my fps go up in BF3 then I'm gonna have to buy a new psu. AHHH!
redface.gif I guess there are worse temptations...
You play BF3?????? Add me xXxDARKSC0P3ZxXx. Lol
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New none ref 780s cost 680 dollars, so I think 10% off is fair for final price of around $620.

Quick question though dynilly007, why did you buy this card if you werent sure your psu could handle it? Also a single GTX 780 should run bf3 at or above 100fps with max settings at 1080, so a second 780 will only realistically add another 20fps or so, im not sure you would notice that. Sure if you went from 60fps to 120fps it would be more noticeable.

Please dont construe this as thread bashing in any way, im just curious. thumb.gif
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New none ref 780s cost 680 dollars, so I think 10% off is fair for final price of around $620.

Quick question though dynilly007, why did you buy this card if you werent sure your psu could handle it? Also a single GTX 780 should run bf3 at or above 100fps with max settings at 1080, so a second 780 will only realistically add another 20fps or so, im not sure you would notice that. Sure if you went from 60fps to 120fps it would be more noticeable.

Please dont construe this as thread bashing in any way, im just curious. thumb.gif

Only about 99% sure it cant handle it from what I read in the 780 thread after it was in the mail, and have been tempted to put it in to see if it could handle it at stock but I overclock everything I have even phones and tablets biggrin.gif. The single 780 is handling everything very well biggrin.gif. However, who doesnt want more power tongue.gif.
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