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GTX 770(Gigabyte) vs. GTX 760(Gigabyte) both has 2GB and 3 windforce fans? which one?

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August 11, 2013 4:08:49 AM

here i have the two cards... ill be runniong them on a AMD FX-8350 and 8GB vengeance RAM on 750W PSU... okey in SA we work with rands and not Euro's... okey people at takealot.com(the shop where i will buy them) the 770= R6100 and the 760=R3800 now people tell me that it isint worth it going for the 770 at that enourmouse price... if ill get two 760 it will cost R7800 and i dont have the money for that so should i just get a single 760 and buy in 2 years another one or should i get a 770 and keep him?

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August 11, 2013 4:15:54 AM

Well 770 is by far the more powerful card. What I would do is get just one 760 (it will still max out most games) and keep that for a year or two. Then, when trouble arises any you can't max games anymore, just get another 760. An SLI 760 is competitive with a GTX 780 and GTX TITAN, so you should have no problem with the SLI (just be aware of more power draw, more heat, possibility of Micro-Stuttering, etc.)
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August 11, 2013 4:21:11 AM

skilledman101 said:
Well 770 is by far the more powerful card. What I would do is get just one 760 (it will still max out most games) and keep that for a year or two. Then, when trouble arises any you can't max games anymore, just get another 760. An SLI 760 is competitive with a GTX 780 and GTX TITAN, so you should have no problem with the SLI (just be aware of more power draw, more heat, possibility of Micro-Stuttering, etc.)

but don't you think i should just get a 770 for the future....and let's say for example after 5 years i get another 770(but will the price of the 770 be like 2 times less then it is now after 5 years?)

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August 11, 2013 4:39:11 AM

VeTeRen ThoR said:
skilledman101 said:
Well 770 is by far the more powerful card. What I would do is get just one 760 (it will still max out most games) and keep that for a year or two. Then, when trouble arises any you can't max games anymore, just get another 760. An SLI 760 is competitive with a GTX 780 and GTX TITAN, so you should have no problem with the SLI (just be aware of more power draw, more heat, possibility of Micro-Stuttering, etc.)

but don't you think i should just get a 770 for the future....and let's say for example after 5 years i get another 770(but will the price of the 770 be like 2 times less then it is now after 5 years?)



Heck, who knows what things will be like in 5 years. SLI 770s would be good, but you would need one in 2-3 years if you like running things on Ultra. I dont know how much the price will drop.
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