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I can get

2x GTX 285 for $370

or

GTX 480 for $380.

what do I get? The GTX 285s would probably be better for folding, yes? And its my understanding that they're also faster?
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The GTX 480 is more up to date and it's probably better as the card hasn't matured yet with folding and it's bound to be epic when it does.
   
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EDIT:
I offered advice thinking you already had a GTX 285.... but now
since you are starting from scratch, I am not so sure anymore

If the SLi setup performs significantly better then the GTX, maybe go that route but if you can get a GTX 480 for $380, I guess my vote goes that way.
Edited by amstech - 6/30/10 at 12:50pm
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i'd get the 480. its pretty much the same as 2x 285s in sli. I just made the same jump you are thinking of. It was a good choice.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DarkRyder View Post
i'd get the 480. its pretty much the same as 2x 285s in sli. I just made the same jump you are thinking of. It was a good choice.

No it isn't; two 285's are going to be quite a bit more powerful than a 480.
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post #6 of 10
The GTX480 trades blows with the GTX295, and 285 SLI is a bit faster than the 480. However they will be really close, and a single 480 will create less heat and use less power and support DX11. I would definitely get the 480 over 285 SLI at this point.


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No it isn't; two 285's are going to be quite a bit more powerful than a 480.
Not true. 285 SLI is just slightly faster than a 295, and the 480 trades blows with the 295 (this is based on initial reviews with the first drivers, probably faster now).
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I just went from 2 x GTX 285's in SLI to a single GTX 480 and I notice a performance jump.


I had so many problems with my two GTX 285's so I sold them and got the GTX 480 and I don't regret it at all.
 
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post #8 of 10
They're roughly the same, with the GTX 285's being a little faster...but the 480 will give you a more consistent experience(Higher minimum frame rate).

The GTX 480 has the highest minimum frame rate of any card, including the 5970. Plus, you have the option of getting a second one later on when they're cheaper.
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I'm noticing a lot of problems too, sli is fun and pretty but just not easy haha.
i got mine for folding but a well clocked 480 can get the same PPD as two 285s.

I vouche for the 480 as i went for the 285s.Im not disappointed, but im not satisfied either.
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Id go for the GTX 480 because if u ever needed more performance, you could just add another one...PLus, 1 GTX 480 consumes less power, produces less heat, less noise....there may be a small performance difference but new drivers will probly narrow them down....
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