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1 GTX 770 OC or 2 EVGA 660Ti in SLI?

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September 11, 2013 2:30:58 PM

I play Battlefield 3, Black Ops 2, Planet Side, Crysis 3, and a couple others. I currently have an ASUS GTX 770 OC, but I was considering running 2 EVGA 660ti SC in SLI. I run 1 23in ASUS 1080p monitor with 2 ms response time for gaming. I can upgrade PSU if I run in SLI. Current PSU is a Corsair CX 600M which I know is nowhere near enough to run SLI, was thinking 850W or higher for that. How can I get better performance, speed, frame rates...etc? Any recommendations for 2 cards in SLI for around $600.00? Thank you ahead of time!

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September 11, 2013 2:36:08 PM

Cprice said:
I play Battlefield 3, Black Ops 2, Planet Side, Crysis 3, and a couple others. I currently have an ASUS GTX 770 OC, but I was considering running 2 EVGA 660ti SC in SLI. I run 1 23in ASUS 1080p monitor with 2 ms response time for gaming. I can upgrade PSU if I run in SLI. Current PSU is a Corsair CX 600M which I know is nowhere near enough to run SLI, was thinking 850W or higher for that. How can I get better performance, speed, frame rates...etc? Any recommendations for 2 cards in SLI for around $600.00? Thank you ahead of time!

can't you just sli 2 770? i mean you've already have 1 so why not just buy another one? it'll be much better than a paired up 660ti's anyway. it's not like your single 770 is holding you down now right?
just save up some more, wait for your next paycheck then cash it in :) 
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September 12, 2013 11:04:44 PM

nokiddingboss said:
Cprice said:
I play Battlefield 3, Black Ops 2, Planet Side, Crysis 3, and a couple others. I currently have an ASUS GTX 770 OC, but I was considering running 2 EVGA 660ti SC in SLI. I run 1 23in ASUS 1080p monitor with 2 ms response time for gaming. I can upgrade PSU if I run in SLI. Current PSU is a Corsair CX 600M which I know is nowhere near enough to run SLI, was thinking 850W or higher for that. How can I get better performance, speed, frame rates...etc? Any recommendations for 2 cards in SLI for around $600.00? Thank you ahead of time!

can't you just sli 2 770? i mean you've already have 1 so why not just buy another one? it'll be much better than a paired up 660ti's anyway. it's not like your single 770 is holding you down now right?
just save up some more, wait for your next paycheck then cash it in :) 


Sounds like a great idea! I just bought a: PC Power & Cooling 850W Silencer MK III Series Modular Power Supply features 100% Nippon Chemi-Con Capacitors. Think that will run 2 ASUS GTX 770s OC in SLI? I hear the power ratings on these PSUs are actually rated under their full potential, and from my understanding they are the best PSUs around. Thanks for your input, sorry for late response, was very busy. No, 770 is not holding me down, but having 2 in SLI would be pretty awesome and I like the idea which is why I am going to do it, don`t know why it didnt cross my mind at the time, great answer! Now I just need another $400.00 greenbacks...couple months, worth the wait. Thanks, you solved my predicament quite nicely, just need your input on the PSU I just purchased. I think 850w will be sufficient from what I have researched but I`m not 100% sure.
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September 17, 2013 2:17:53 AM

it is sufficient for running two 770's and then some. pcp&c is a very respectable brand so i don't see anything wrong going with them.
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