Originally Posted by Tonez
Damn I bet two 760's is just smoking on your system.. Maybe I should find a used 760 and then get another 760 when I can afford it.
I read that the 4GB cards are better for SLI.
SLI does not combine VRAM. Meaning 2GB + 2GB != 4GB because textures need to be duplicated.
I really wish I would have gone that route now, but I got a good deal on the first card for $250 (at TigerDirect) then an even better deal on the identical used card.
Yes, 2 760s run everything very smoothly at 1080p, but only maybe 25% faster than 2 660s
Both 760s and 660s scale very well for SLI.
upgrading to a single 760 is only a 25% speed upgrade for you. http://www.hwcompare.com/14801/geforce-gtx-660-vs-geforce-gtx-760/
if you are dead set on 760 the MSI GTX 760 Twin frozr has a little quieter operation than the EVGA model. I do like EVGA brand though as their trade-up program seems cool.
I would discourage the 2GB model of either. For that, just get another 660
Also, keep in mind that if you buy for Tiger Direct you may NEVER get your game codes no matter how many different support people you contact.Edited by bbond007 - 11/30/13 at 11:29am