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GTX 690 vs 780 TI sc SLI

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I currently have a evga gtx 690...would the performance increase be worth it to upgrade to 2x Evga 780 TI Superclocked? Or should I be waiting for the 8xx series.

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Edited by drek - 11/28/13 at 3:21pm
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See for yourself here

There is a good jump in performance, but if it's worth it or not. Well that is really up to you to decide! For me it would be worth the jump as I love to have the latest and greatest, as well as maximum performance.

780 TI's are beasts, so if you want even more performance go for it! You can probably get a decent price for your 690 now too, so won't loose that "much" money.
    
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|AMD Phenom II X6 1100T @ 4ghz| |Asus Crosshair IV Formula| |EVGA 780TI Classified| |4x2gb Corsair XMS 1600mhz CL7| 
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|840 Pro 256gb| |WD Red 2tb| |Corsair H50| |Windows 10 Pro x64| |27" QNIX QX2710 @ 2560x1440 100hz| 
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|Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB| |Cooler Master 700w Silent Pro Gold| |Antec 1200 Orange mod| |Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB|  
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