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Hello everyone, I built my first pc about 6 months ago and already have a single gtx650ti boost SC and im going to buy battlefield 4 and was wondering how my card would run it? if i need better would the SLi be a good option or would i be better off selling my gtx650 and getting the gtx760? heres my system specs

Monitor - LG IPS234V-PN 23-Inch IPS (1080p)

Case - Cooler master storm scout 2 (white)

CPU - Intel i7 3770k @ 4.5Ghz (intel liquid cooler)

Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H

Ram - Corsair Vengeance 16GB 1600 MHz

GPU - EVGA GeForce GTX650Ti Boost SuperClocked 2GB

HDD - Samsung 840 Series (SSD) 250 GB

psu - cooler master m2 620watt silent pro

Keyboard - Corsair K95 fully mechanical

Mouse - Corsair K65 (Razer Goliathus Extended CONTROL mousepad)


If you guys need to know anything else let me know, and thanks advance for the help!
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sli is a good option. but if i were in your position i would first try selling the your current and buying the 760 ftw

then you almost pay for the 760 get two new games and in a month pick up another for sli.
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sli is a good option. but if i were in your position i would first try selling the your current and buying the 760 ftw

then you almost pay for the 760 get two new games and in a month pick up another for sli.

Thanks for the reply, So you think i will need to upgrade to get good frame rate(on high settings)? i was thinking going with the 760 would be the better option too, sense it has 4gb vram and will allow for a future sli upgrade.. any good places other then ebay to sell?
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sli is a good option. but if i were in your position i would first try selling the your current and buying the 760 ftw

then you almost pay for the 760 get two new games and in a month pick up another for sli.

Thanks for the advice, sold the 650 and got the 760 ftw 4gb and getting 50-70 fps playing bf4 on ultra @ 1080p, will eventually add another for sli
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wow glad to hear it. hope you get some good use out of the two games you got with it. maybe i will see you on battlefield
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