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Own a GTX780 or SLI GTX760? Playing BF4 BETA? Please look here.

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Hey guys,

If anyone is running a GTX780 or an SLI GTX760 please post your FPS/PERFORMANCE numbers. I currenlty have a GTX760 paired with an ASUS VG248QE 144hz monitor. Im looking to add another 760 OR get a GTX780 in order to keep frames at an acceptable level for this monitor. I play only at 1080P and need to maintain 120FPS+ for Lightboost. I'd like to keep the graphic quality up, so im hoping that a GTX780 or SLI GTX760's can do the job.

The BETA will be available at 10/01 0400 EST.

Note: I DON'T USE AA in my games.

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UPDATE

I ended up adding a second MSI TF 760. It was a great addition, and absolutely slays Battlefield 4. With today’s patch I am getting 100FPS with the ULTRA preset, 1080P. The 780 was tempting, but I couldn’t justify paying more money for lower performance(760SLI vs 780).
Edited by RexKobra - 10/11/13 at 2:51am
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I can tell you without having either card, to get the 780. That way you'll have room to add another one in the future if you need.

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Thanks for the input. I don't upgrade all that often, so if I did go with a new card I wouldn't upgrade for at least 2-3 years. I'm leaning towards the SLI 760's as I already have one, and I would be saving some cash and time by only needing to purchase one card, and not have to deal with selling one.

I've never had SLI, so its an unknown variable to me.
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Definitely go with the Gigabyte GTX780 OC GV-N780OC-3GD REV2.0. You will be better off with a card with 3GB VRAM and the best single card you can get for now. You can always SLI later.
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Definitely go with the Gigabyte GTX780 OC GV-N780OC-3GD REV2.0. You will be better off with a card with 3GB VRAM and the best single card you can get for now. You can always SLI later.

Thanks. When it cones to 780's I have been looking to the MSI Gaming 780 as I love the MSI Gaming 760 that I currently own. One more thing to add, I don't use AA. I guess that I'm in the minority when it comes to AA.
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I op for SLI 760's especially since you don't use any AA. 2GB cards are enough for 1080p, plus 2x 760 will blow away a single 780
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Thanks for the input. I don't upgrade all that often, so if I did go with a new card I wouldn't upgrade for at least 2-3 years. I'm leaning towards the SLI 760's as I already have one, and I would be saving some cash and time by only needing to purchase one card, and not have to deal with selling one.

I've never had SLI, so its an unknown variable to me.

That's the thing, with SLI it's unpredictable with how they'll perform with newer games, who knows how it'll go with BF4.
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I'd go with the 760 SLI. Although you only have 2GB of Vram you said that you don't run AA so you should be fine. A single 780 will not net you 120FPS minimums that you're going to want. 760 SLI will be much more powerful. Exactly why I opted to go 7950 CFX instead of waiting for the new generation. I'll get much better performance for ~$300 less. Why spend more money for less performance? Plus 760 SLI should last you the 2 years that you want it to. Even at the insane improvements each generation brings by then you'll be at the level of a single midrange card.
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Even in poorly optimized sli games that use 75% GPU usage it will still perform better then a single 780, but I'm sure top AA games will be much better with SLI then no-name crappy games
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Yeah, the Sli option is much more tempting than the 780. While I will have the ease of using one card with a 780, I'll have to sell my current 760 and take a loss on it. I guess I'll wait and see what kind of performance users are getting in the BF4 BETA.
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