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I always would rather have a single powerful card than 2 less powerful ones.

with that said, I vote for the Titan.

i thought about 1 titan, but for that price tag it sure seems to get dunked big time by similar priced 2 card setups.
Well, yeah I know that 2 780s will blow the Titan out of the water.

But what about Micro-stuttering, games not supporting SLI on day one? Or is this stuff non-existent with Nvidia?
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Well, yeah I know that 2 780s will blow the Titan out of the water.

But what about Micro-stuttering, games not supporting SLI on day one? Or is this stuff non-existent with Nvidia?

Ive not noticed anything wrong with games on my 2 580's so id assume they would not have micro-stutter, or i just dont know what to look for. And ive only found like 2 games i own that don't support sli, both 2-3 years old, and they run over 100 fps on the single card. Im going to wait till the 15th i guess to see this new 290x card, as i litterly can't decide on the Quadfire setup or the 2 way 780 setup. Both have their own pros and cons. 7990's seem way faster, but heat and bad scaling once you hit the 4th gpu, where as the 780's are slower, cost the same, but 2 vs 4.

also it seems from what i read online, Crossfire x has alot of issues with eyefinity still or something like that. Its fixed with 13.8 for single monitors but bad on eyefinity setups.
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post #23 of 23
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Well, yeah I know that 2 780s will blow the Titan out of the water.

But what about Micro-stuttering, games not supporting SLI on day one? Or is this stuff non-existent with Nvidia?
Well, It happens. But even, under the worst case, running on one 780 is not exactly going to be poor performance. The only game that springs to mind where this has happened in recent memory is Rome2- which was fixed after a patch a few days later.
A single card is going to be more stable more often but the SLI setup will be more powerful by far.
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