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Yea if you have the option always opt for one faster GPU opposed to two slower GPUS. That way if you have a game that cant utilize dual GPUS then youll still get good performance.
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post #12 of 19
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Yea I figured that would be the better route to take. the 770 is a decent price but the 780 is quite expensive imo
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Originally Posted by SilkyJohnson View Post

Yea if you have the option always opt for one faster GPU opposed to two slower GPUS. That way if you have a game that cant utilize dual GPUS then youll still get good performance.

I can't think of very many games that cant utilize SLI which are not so old (or just basic) that they run like lightning on just one mid-range GPU anyway.

I really like SLI, but I run surround smile.gif

I have yet to see something that supports surround that does not also support SLI. If surround is not supported then SLI is probably not going to be necessary - just 1920 vs 5760 resolution.
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Which resolution?do you use high amou of vram?
  
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Seems like I have made a decision on this board. If there is a better buy please let me know because i will be ordering it this weekend. Thank you
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When it comes to brands who stands where? how good is EVGA compared to other?
post #18 of 19
Well.i put the 4gb model because you didnt reply my question aboit your resolution.if I would know your resolution I could give a better advice.

Evga has the step up program if you are on usa or canada they would exchange your card for something of the new generatin ex from 770gtx to a 860ti/870gtx
  
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single monitor and Im not running high resolution so i figured the 2gb would be enough 1920x1080. I guess if I want to build for the future I should stick with the 4gb vram


I did some research on the windforce and I like it a lot.. what u guys think about the msi lighting?
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