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Gtx 760 2gb SLI Vs. Gtx 770 4gb Classified

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July 15, 2013 3:35:52 PM

Building my own pc soon and was wondering if two 760's in SLI would be a better choice than one 770 classified. What would the pro's and cons be between the two?

*Note*- Ive been reading forums saying that newer games are using more VRAM than before in 1080p gaming. Is this true? Should that be a factor in my choice between the two? Will the SLI configuration make up for the lack of VRAM in the 760's?

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July 15, 2013 3:56:51 PM

You don't need 4GB, and no two 2GB cards don't double to make 4GB.
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July 15, 2013 4:01:49 PM

Thank you guys! I was leaning towards the 760 anyways, but thanks for making the decision more comfortable :D 
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July 15, 2013 4:08:21 PM

Raw performance wise 760 in SLI will be much faster. 2gb still plenty for 1080p but you can easily lowering or disabling things like MSAA if you were running out of memory. I don't know about you but for me I'm satisfied even with FXAA. Some can say not all games support Sli but usually most games that can be quite demanding on gpu were triple A which sli support will be ready by the time they came out or not long after that.
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July 29, 2013 8:59:51 PM

I am considering the same thing, getting 2 4GB 760's (in time ) instead of 1 770 4gb. I am running 3 monitors at 1080p. I think this will give me the best bang for the buck. Would you guys agree?
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July 30, 2013 3:51:00 PM

BigMack70 said:
I advise 760 SLI... it's faster than even a Titan and will leave a 770 in the dust. 4GB is absolutely not needed at 1080p. There's no benefit to a single 4GB GK104 card for any game in any resolution, modded skyrim excepted.


Really, do you have benchmarks that back that claim up? I've seen most saying a dual 770 SLI setup will be faster than a Titan, but not dual 760s.
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