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July 28, 2013 1:32:38 PM

Hi i am thinking about doing and upgrade for my pc and i still cant decide which one is the better choice and i am running on a single monitor 1080p

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July 28, 2013 1:38:22 PM

Get a 770. SLI are used in Multi-Monitor.

I can see you dont need to get a 760 SLI. 770 is all you need. But if you might want to get more monitors in the future. It will be a good to get another 770 for SLI.
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July 28, 2013 1:49:31 PM

simple, at 1080p, single powerfull card is better than 2 slower card, (even if 2 slower card faster than single powerfull)..

take 770.

In the future, if you want to add more horse power to your graphics card, you just add one more 770.


well, actually, single 760 actually will enough to play all games with the highest setting (except, you know what..:D  ) at your resolution.
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July 28, 2013 1:50:29 PM

Even a single 760 is good enough for your single monitor bro. You can max out games on your single monitor setup at 1080p. But if you have the budget, go for the 770.
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July 28, 2013 1:52:33 PM

adimeister said:
Even a single 760 is good enough for your single monitor bro. You can max out games on your single monitor setup at 1080p. But if you have the budget, go for the 770.


But not in Crysis 3 and Metro Last Light, :lol: 
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July 28, 2013 1:56:25 PM

Well yea, I meant to say MOST games. lol He can still max out games on all games, but low fps. haha
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July 28, 2013 2:01:26 PM

Ultimately, it comes down to what kind of power you need. I recommend searching for benchmark results on both setups, and look at the games or other applications you are interested in running on your new graphics card(s). I suspect that a single 770 is enough.

A single card is more energy-efficient and a simpler thing to configure. While it is true that SLI setups are especially well-suited for multi-monitor (3+ monitors), any SLI configuration is limited to only two monitors when in maximum performance mode.

I have run both powerful graphics units alone (like the 8800GTX) and in SLI (2x470's) in the past, and still do, these allow me to use all of my four monitors.

If you have two monitors or less, I would suggest you to have a single powerful GPU rather than pair of weaker ones. That's because using SLI is just an unnessesary risk, as it could be far less consistent than a single one.

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July 28, 2013 2:05:21 PM

njure said:
Ultimately, it comes down to what kind of power you need. I recommend searching for benchmark results on both setups, and look at the games or other applications you are interested in running on your new graphics card(s). I suspect that a single 770 is enough.

A single card is more energy-efficient and a simpler thing to configure. While it is true that SLI setups are especially well-suited for multi-monitor (3+ monitors), any SLI configuration is limited to only two monitors when in maximum performance mode.

I have run both powerful graphics units alone (like the 8800GTX) and in SLI (2x470's) in the past, and still do, these allow me to use all of my four monitors.

If you have two monitors or less, I would suggest you to have a single powerful GPU rather than pair of weaker ones. That's because using SLI is just an unnessesary risk, as it could be far less consistent than a single one.



And SLI has some configuration issues. And i remember watching Logan for Tek Syndicate raging due to SLI Configurations. :lol: 
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July 28, 2013 2:43:53 PM

Genzo said:
njure said:
Ultimately, it comes down to what kind of power you need. I recommend searching for benchmark results on both setups, and look at the games or other applications you are interested in running on your new graphics card(s). I suspect that a single 770 is enough.

A single card is more energy-efficient and a simpler thing to configure. While it is true that SLI setups are especially well-suited for multi-monitor (3+ monitors), any SLI configuration is limited to only two monitors when in maximum performance mode.

I have run both powerful graphics units alone (like the 8800GTX) and in SLI (2x470's) in the past, and still do, these allow me to use all of my four monitors.

If you have two monitors or less, I would suggest you to have a single powerful GPU rather than pair of weaker ones. That's because using SLI is just an unnessesary risk, as it could be far less consistent than a single one.



And SLI has some configuration issues. And i remember watching Logan for Tek Syndicate raging due to SLI Configurations. :lol: 


LOL, good old tek syndicate, havn't got a damn clue how to use anything other than AMD.
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July 28, 2013 2:50:17 PM

Its Logan. :lol: 

I even saw Linus raging in one video playing a game with 3d glasses.
And even Elric raging from unboxing Thermaltake MS-II Epic Case :lol: 
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July 28, 2013 2:51:48 PM

well i am planning to play mostly mmo, witcher 3, bf 4 those are the future games but right now skyrim,rift,tera,bf3 etc. Also i am not planning on multiple monitors
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July 28, 2013 2:53:24 PM

Then get a 770. :D 
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July 28, 2013 2:55:01 PM

Muriel Fernandez said:
well i am planning to play mostly mmo, witcher 3, bf 4 those are the future games but right now skyrim,rift,tera,bf3 etc. Also i am not planning on multiple monitors


Then 770 it is. Check EVGA 770 SC. I recommend that one. :) 
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August 6, 2013 11:04:48 AM

Genzo said:
Muriel Fernandez said:
well i am planning to play mostly mmo, witcher 3, bf 4 those are the future games but right now skyrim,rift,tera,bf3 etc. Also i am not planning on multiple monitors


Then 770 it is. Check EVGA 770 SC. I recommend that one. :) 


I say the Gigabyte 770 OC, its as good, if not better, and it is $30-$40 cheaper
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