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It should come with a SLI bridge thumb.gif Congrats on the purchase post back some results when you can smile.gif
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Originally Posted by chevZ View Post

Ok I know i've chop and changed my mind but the above benchmarks really cement it for me - Buying a 770 is going to be a minimal upgrade at best, yet cost me easily $400.

I'm just going to bite the bullet and take everyones advice. Going to go buy a dual PCI-E 16 mainboard tomorrow and another 2GB GTX760 OC to go with my current one. Antec PSU already has all adapters for SLi and I think 750W will do fine with two 760s.

This seems like the smarter option from what everyone's telling me.

Ugh.. have to reformat again, ugh.

Awesome best overall choice
BTW just connect your current OS HHD up to new mother board set to boot and let it do its own thing it should remove and install drivers as required this might take 2-3 reboots
then check all your devices have drivers through device manager install as required.
my current OS has been through this process twice over 3 motherboards no problems
No need to reformat thumb.gif
just for bragging it works fine


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Originally Posted by feznz View Post

Awesome best overall choice
BTW just connect your current OS HHD up to new mother board set to boot and let it do its own thing it should remove and install drivers as required this might take 2-3 reboots
then check all your devices have drivers through device manager install as required.
my current OS has been through this process twice over 3 motherboards no problems
No need to reformat thumb.gif
just for bragging it works fine



Oh really? Awesome thanks!!

I was looking at following this article, http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/135077-windows-7-installation-transfer-new-computer.html using sysprep.. not sure if i should just try your way or this way .. haha.
    
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post #44 of 45
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Originally Posted by chevZ View Post

Ok I know i've chop and changed my mind but the above benchmarks really cement it for me - Buying a 770 is going to be a minimal upgrade at best, yet cost me easily $400.

I'm just going to bite the bullet and take everyones advice. Going to go buy a dual PCI-E 16 mainboard tomorrow and another 2GB GTX760 OC to go with my current one. Antec PSU already has all adapters for SLi and I think 750W will do fine with two 760s.

This seems like the smarter option from what everyone's telling me.

Ugh.. have to reformat again, ugh.

Nice decision pal thumb.gif
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I agree, great choice with SLI GTX 760 2GB WF's This is a nice setup for multiple monitors and offers a ton of performance for the price.
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