Hmmm so even in SLI I would want to get the 4GB versions to run more than one monitor? Why?
Because VRAM does not stack in SLI. Two 2GB cards does not mean 4GB of VRAM; it means two GB of VRAM, which may not be sufficient to run more than one 1080p monitor.
in SLi/xfire, the ram each core is using is limited to the individual card's ram. so when you push the resolutions even though they're splitting the work, it's not that efficient, so the whole project gets loaded in duplicate onto each gpu's ram ... so once you push past 2gb of vram needed at x resolution, your cards will get vram bottlenecked. This is why it's such a shame the AMD cards xfire sucks so bad. The top of the line amd all come with 3gb by default... which apparently is enough vram to play most games at 4k resolutions.
Sure. It is on par with the Extreme4, and both are great price/performance motherboards. Whichever one floats your boat
I am going to stick with the M77 Mpower because it fits my color scheme and it matches the RAM and the Led's lol
Okay. It's your choice.
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