Originally Posted by blackbalt89
Nothing in your price range will match 295 SLI.
You could try the GTX 460 2Win but it still won't match quad SLI 295s.
Also DX11 won't be much more matured in 7 months. Don't count on it.
I live in Austria close to Germany.
In my country a 570 costs around 310â‚¬ / 430$.
ItÂ´s because all the manufacturers are located in the states our local retailers have to include shipping,taxes etc with the price to actually make profit.
At this point DX11 is highly inmature in both its coding and further development.
Fermi on the other hand wasnÂ´t even intended to be used for the extreme operation with DX11, just because the card features DX11 everybody automatically assumes it can fully use it as well.
In my oppinion it is the last generation and not really worth to be even considered in the face of the upcoming Kepler arrival.
I am not sure but very confident that by then the DX11 development will have greatly evolved compared to its current status.
Also the fact that Kepler will be specifically designed to operate at high levels of DX11 reinforces that belief because I am sure that the developers will then synthesize their coding with the Kepler architecture to facilitate better compatibility and more efficient use of it.
But enough about Kepler right now my problem seems unsolvable
I was really confident that a newer GPU solution could beat my old setup.
What if we put gaming experience(smoothness,MS,AA etc )into the picture?
Some said GTX 580 single non reference ....hmm
Maybe some used 570Â´s in SLI would be the solution?
I am not sure ...hmm
But there is really nothing else out there that could equal the GTX 295 QuadÂ´s performance ...hm