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i have gigabyte hd 6970 on 1090t and gigabyte gtx 570 on i7 950
both on stock speed

so i need to buy on of the cards to SLI or CF

so which is better to go with


thanks

one thing i have 720w psu on hd 6970 and gtx 570 1200w both are gigabyte
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So if I understand correctly, these are two separate computers and you want to know which one to add a second GPU to, right?

What kind of monitor setup do you have for both? Unless you're on a larger, higher res display setup, I'd go dual 570's. Also what PSU models are those?
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both power supply gigabyte and they are separate computers
i have 3 monitor which are LG W2363D 120HZ 3D



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So if I understand correctly, these are two separate computers and you want to know which one to add a second GPU to, right?

What kind of monitor setup do you have for both? Unless you're on a larger, higher res display setup, I'd go dual 570's. Also what PSU models are those?
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What are your uses of the PC? If you do a lot of video editing and or photoshop you should go with the AMD rig just because ATI tends to output better quality colours. If you are gaming, CAD, and or rendering in any way, grab the 570s. Overall though, I would go with the i7 rig.
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i have gigabyte hd 6970 on 1090t and gigabyte gtx 570 on i7 950
both on stock speed

so i need to buy on of the cards to SLI or CF

so which is better to go with


thanks

one thing i have 720w psu on hd 6970 and gtx 570 1200w both are gigabyte
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