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September 1, 2013 12:38:11 PM

So I am looking to upgrade my PC from one 4gb 760 to either another 760, or 2 770s. Is the SLI 770 performance worth the money or should I just get another 760 which seems to be the best price to performance ratio. Or should I forget SLI and upgrade to a 780.

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September 1, 2013 12:42:14 PM

If your 760 is 4GB you should definetely go with SLI. On what resoliution are you gaming?
September 1, 2013 12:43:50 PM

Wait for the new 700 boards to be released, should see some pricing drops.
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September 1, 2013 12:44:29 PM

lithuan1an said:
If your 760 is 4GB you should definetely go with SLI because. On what resoliution are you gaming?


I have 3 1920 x 1080 monitors, I usually play on 1 but I would play in Nvidia Surround if I made this upgrade.

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September 1, 2013 12:45:55 PM
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So 4GB VRAM should be ok. You should stay with 760 SLI and you can play next gen games on ultra 40+ FPS
September 1, 2013 12:46:01 PM

endeavour37a said:
Wait for the new 700 boards to be released, should see some pricing drops.


700 boards? You are saying that more 700 series cards are coming out or what?
September 1, 2013 12:46:57 PM

lithuan1an said:
So 4GB VRAM should be ok. You should stay with 760 SLI and you can play next gen games on ultra 40+ FPS


Cool cool thanks.
September 1, 2013 1:00:24 PM

With 3 monitors and at high res, you can't play at 40fps with 760 SLI. If you want to play on 3monitors and at high res, you need the 770s 4gb or the 780s. On 760 SLI, it just can't. Maybe at 10fps.
September 1, 2013 1:08:55 PM

adimeister said:
With 3 monitors and at high res, you can't play at 40fps with 760 SLI. If you want to play on 3monitors and at high res, you need the 770s 4gb or the 780s. On 760 SLI, it just can't. Maybe at 10fps.


Well I guess I'll find out.
September 1, 2013 1:55:33 PM

adimeister said:
Read the conclusion bro. It would be a waste of money for multi monitor setup at high res.. Just saying. http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_760_sl...


I've seen benchmarks of the 760 SLI, I might not be able to play Crisis 3 or something maxed out across 3 monitors but it will be fine for the majority of games.
September 1, 2013 3:10:06 PM

Jakethebakedrake said:
endeavour37a said:
Wait for the new 700 boards to be released, should see some pricing drops.


700 boards? You are saying that more 700 series cards are coming out or what?


FROM VIDEOCARDZ.COM..... they are pretty good on new info.
New graphics cards this year

New models would probably include more GK104/106 rebrands. NVIDIA could launch more GK208 entry-level models as well. We are probably expecting more Titanium cards with boost mode enabled. With GeForce 600 series NVIDIA launched three x50 cards, I expect 700 series to be no different.
GeForce GTX 790 in few months?

However this is not all. NVIDIA is also working on a new high-end model. At this point I don’t know if this is the so-called TITAN ULTRA with fully enabled GK110 GPU or, more likely, GeForce GTX 790 with two GK110s. Assuming that the full GK110 processor is somewhat dedicated to the professional segment, and NVIDIA made dual-gpu cards a standard, my bet is on GTX 790. You are probably wondering how much would it cost. I’m more than sure that $1000 range won’t be exceeded. This card is made as a response to AMD Hawaii cards which will arrive in two months. Then NVIDIA will most likely (slightly) lower their prices on GK110 graphics cards.

In the end, Santa will have a lot of work this Christmas.
GeForce 800 series “Maxwell” in Q1 2014

Just as I told you in my previous posts, NVIDIA will launch next series sooner than expected. I was told by one of the manufacturers that NVIDIA will release Maxwell series in early 2014. It is expected that GeForce 800 series will arrive in the first quarter of 2014, somewhere between February and March. What it basically means is that the chances for 20nm process are low. Of course NVIDIA could already have first 20nm samples sooner than that, but TSMC will not be ready for mass production till June 2014. Thus, unless my source is wrong the first Maxwell GPUs will not be made in 20nm fabrication process, but if they are expect huge graphics cards shortage and more paper-launches.

September 1, 2013 3:15:04 PM

endeavour37a said:
Jakethebakedrake said:
endeavour37a said:
Wait for the new 700 boards to be released, should see some pricing drops.


700 boards? You are saying that more 700 series cards are coming out or what?


FROM VIDEOCARDZ.COM..... they are pretty good on new info.
New graphics cards this year

New models would probably include more GK104/106 rebrands. NVIDIA could launch more GK208 entry-level models as well. We are probably expecting more Titanium cards with boost mode enabled. With GeForce 600 series NVIDIA launched three x50 cards, I expect 700 series to be no different.
GeForce GTX 790 in few months?

However this is not all. NVIDIA is also working on a new high-end model. At this point I don’t know if this is the so-called TITAN ULTRA with fully enabled GK110 GPU or, more likely, GeForce GTX 790 with two GK110s. Assuming that the full GK110 processor is somewhat dedicated to the professional segment, and NVIDIA made dual-gpu cards a standard, my bet is on GTX 790. You are probably wondering how much would it cost. I’m more than sure that $1000 range won’t be exceeded. This card is made as a response to AMD Hawaii cards which will arrive in two months. Then NVIDIA will most likely (slightly) lower their prices on GK110 graphics cards.

In the end, Santa will have a lot of work this Christmas.
GeForce 800 series “Maxwell” in Q1 2014

Just as I told you in my previous posts, NVIDIA will launch next series sooner than expected. I was told by one of the manufacturers that NVIDIA will release Maxwell series in early 2014. It is expected that GeForce 800 series will arrive in the first quarter of 2014, somewhere between February and March. What it basically means is that the chances for 20nm process are low. Of course NVIDIA could already have first 20nm samples sooner than that, but TSMC will not be ready for mass production till June 2014. Thus, unless my source is wrong the first Maxwell GPUs will not be made in 20nm fabrication process, but if they are expect huge graphics cards shortage and more paper-launches.



Oh cool, thanks for the info.
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