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go SLI 570..
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go SLI 570..
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Originally Posted by brandontaz2k2 View Post
I prefer only using 1 card, and its cheaper to go with 1 580 rather than 2 570's with the step-up process. :\\ Btw does anyone know how long the step-up process takes? I'd have to throw in my old 5770 card.
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post #23 of 28
I'd rather have a 2 hour blowjob while playing BFBC2 by a whore than upgrading to a gtx 580.

you'd gain AT MOST 10-15% ...
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I'd rather have a 2 hour blowjob while playing BFBC2 by a whore than upgrading to a gtx 580.

you'd gain AT MOST 10-15% ...
No one asked what would you do with your money. And I feel sorry for you that you have to get a whore to get a blow job.
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No one asked what would you do with your money. And I feel sorry for you that you have to get a whore to get a blow job.
When you receive your card, you may want to overclock that CPU abit higher because it's possible that it will bottleneck your 580. But then again you probably won't need to max out the card's power on just 1080p.
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congrats
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When you receive your card, you may want to overclock that CPU abit higher because it's possible that it will bottleneck your 580. But then again you probably won't need to max out the card's power on just 1080p.
Overclock it to what? I'm on the stock cooler.
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It came today Took a whole month from the day I requested to step-up to get the card. Waiting wasn't that big of a deal for me seeing that I had an extra card laying around to play on. I will post benchmarks and other stuff later, its time for gaming!
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