Can't make up my mind Tags: GPUs Sli vs. single 760 vs. 770 Multimonitor Graphics Last response: July 30, 2013 12:54 PM in Graphics & Displays Share lilrex July 30, 2013 12:24:12 PM Ok so I have soared a few times on here and I still cannot get a direct answer. I have read tons of other threads too. So I am going to just make this as simple as possible. Running 3 monitors in 1080p in non panoramic. I am up between a 760 4gb and a 770 4gb, the 760 could later on be sli. Right now if I buy a single card which one should I get that can support all 3 screens and still run my games in max res? More about : make mind Reply to lilrex MC_K7 July 30, 2013 12:42:02 PM I would say none of them. 5760 x 1080 is a damn high resolution. Don't think a single 770 can handle gaming on 3 monitors and using max settings in every games. You would need to SLI 2 x 760 or 2 x 770 for that. Reply to MC_K7 lilrex July 30, 2013 12:54:04 PM Ok 2 760's it is Reply to lilrex Ask the community Post an answer Related resources: ForumCan't make up my mind between these processors and motherboards ForumCan't make my mind up, what shall i upgrade in my computer? ForumLooking for motherboard $350 cant make up my mind ForumCant make up my mind on a MOBO ForumCan't make up my mind - please help!! ForumIPS vs TN vs I can't make up my mind ForumMonitor again. Can't make up mind ForumI can't make up my mind, 8800 GTX or GT? ForumIts been many hours, and I STILL cant make up my mind! ForumCan't Make Up My Mind ForumCan't make up my mind about gettting Untold Legends ForumCan't make up my mind . . ForumStill can't make my mind up about what phone to choose! ForumSolvedHelp me make up my mind for a new motherboard ForumRAM! make up your mind! ForumHelp me make up my mind. ForumMake Up My Mind ForumMake up my mind on new system ForumOk help me make up my mind! ForumPlease help me make up my mind!! More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !