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post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by a2hopper;13162095 
So i guess the answer is if the op wants to spend 90$ for the marginally better performance some of the time go for it. Just keep in mind 2 card solutions will have more issues then a single card and that you are losing PhysX, for a very small upgrade.

I have a 9800GT for dedicated PhysX and it RARELY fires into life rolleyes.gif

And a marginal improvement? I dout it.

A couple 5770's touching 1Ghz cores will be more then a mere side grade rolleyes.gif
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I've owned a pair of 5770s and they stuttered in most games I sold both and bought a GTX 470 and I noticed an increase in minimum FPS. If your planning on playing DX11 games the 5000 series tessellation is slower than the 400/500 series and the 6000 series.

AMD did a great job with the 6000 series.
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post #23 of 24
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A couple 5770's touching 1Ghz cores will be more then a mere side grade
I had 2 5770s before. My experience with them was they usually matched a 5870 but they could never defeat one. They did match or beat a 5850 though. 1GHz on the core is not a good idea with batman coolers. They run pretty damn hot especially sandwich together.
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I had 2 5770s before. My experience with them was they usually matched a 5870 but they could never defeat one. They did match or beat a 5850 though. 1GHz on the core is not a good idea with batman coolers. They run pretty damn hot especially sandwich together.
I've had 5770 Crossfire and Tri-fire as well as 5850 Crossfire and the 5770's easily bashed one of my 5850's running at 900Mhz core.
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