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i guess either(560ti or 480) will be more than capable of running 1080p.
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Does it have a price yet ?

Because in about 6 days I'm buying a 560 Ti, my limit's $250 for a card, $100 for a PSU, either aspect has room to move too, meaning I can go less for the PSU and spend more on the card.

Also fear a card like that might suffer from terrible drivers at first.
whatever you do dont cheap out on a psu cuz they are taking care of your $500 sli gpus
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whatever you do dont cheap out on a psu cuz they are taking care of your $500 sli gpus
I know this, but I'm not sli'ing anything.

I just meant I could go $20 cheaper on a PSU and possibly get a $270 card.
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I know this, but I'm not sli'ing anything.

I just meant I could go $20 cheaper on a PSU and possibly get a $270 card.
oic well then I would recommend this

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151074

and this

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121425


if you do it that route
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Hmmm, well I am thinking about a 120Hz LCD monitor for 1080 gaming, but I'm not so sure that even a quad SLI GXT580 could keep up with 120FPS minimum for gaming with new games these days and with all the details cranked up to max and with vsync enabled? Would 120Hz still be worth it for gaming when it surpasses the 85FPS mark? (First Person Shooters mainly I suppose)?

Or maybe I am completely wrong about 1920x1080 gaming minimum 120FPS vsync enabled, details max, highest SLI setups out there? I've been watching lots of videos and they seem to offer 60-80 for the most part, with all of the eye candy, AA maxed, and everything else turned on at that res.
What games do you play?

Do you plan to OC these cards more or leave them where they are? (I mean, 950Mhz is pushing a 560 already, but some can do more.)

Also, 3.3Ghz on a Quad is really just getting over the bottleneck hump for a Single card of that quality. You should really overclock that processor more if you are going to use 2 GPU's of that quality.
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