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September 26, 2013 5:33:40 AM

I am upgrading my current gaming rig and i already have the cpu ram etc... but now i am at the gpu and my wallet has prepared to take a hit one last time. And i cant decide between getting two gtx 680's wich will actually cost less than a titan and just run them in sli or go for a titan and not have to deal with installing two cards.

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September 26, 2013 5:41:53 AM

2x 680s will perform slightly better, but I would rather have the Titan.
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September 26, 2013 5:43:14 AM

mrsuperbuckets said:
I am upgrading my current gaming rig and i already have the cpu ram etc... but now i am at the gpu and my wallet has prepared to take a hit one last time. And i cant decide between getting two gtx 680's wich will actually cost less than a titan and just run them in sli or go for a titan and not have to deal with installing two cards.


680 SLI is faster than a Titan (if the game supports SLI) a slightly better solution would be to go for either 1 780 or 2 770s.

End of the day Titan is a joke imo and just a waste of money
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September 26, 2013 7:30:18 AM

I agree with winkay that the Titan is waste of money. It is too expensive for what you get. The difference between a Titan and a GTX 780 is not worth $350.

I also think what resolution you are playing at makes a difference because the GTX680 has 2GB 256bit while the GTX 780 and Titan have 3GB/6GB 384bit. If you are using a monitor above 1080p I would not get the 680's because games are becoming more and more demanding when it comes to memory.
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