Originally Posted by lacrossewacker
I don't see it as bad as you all do....
A 760 costs what - $250 2 of those - $500
Add $100-$150 for overhead and you're at about $650.
With decent OC, these will be the fastest NVIDIA GPU's
SLI 670's are about in tune with a 690. 760's are ~3% slower than 670's. Bump up the base clock +50 to +100 and these things will still be cool, low power, and fast as crap.
You're talking ~2304 cuda cores against 690's ~3072, btw. Clockspeeds and such aside, you can't make the argument that 760 is 3% slower than 670, and sli670 is about in line with 690 etc - in the end, you're talking two dual-gk104 cards, one that has 2304 cuda cores and one with 3072 (33% more)
With decent OC, these will be the fastest NVIDIA GPU's at stock.
At best, they'll be worse than 780. Same amount of cuda cores, 2/3 of the memory bandwidth, loss of performance due to SLI on two gpu's, probably won't clock as well either. Should still wreck 770 though, considering 0.75*2 is better than 1.0 even with scaling issuesEdited by Cyro999 - 11/14/13 at 12:16pm