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Can't seem to find a GTX 680 4GB FTW any where...

I bought a EVGA GTX 680 4GB FTW from newegg maybe around 6 months ago and I want to buy another one for SLI but I can't seem to find it any where... I searched on NewEgg and it's discontinued. Amazon is all used/really expensive ($3,000). I also checked pricewatch.com and they do not hold it and neither does tigerdirect.com... EVGA.com only holds the 2GB version of the FTW. Would I be able to use SLI with a 2GB and a 4GB version or does anyone know where to buy a 4GB version?
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    You could probably SLI the 680 Classified with the 680 FTW, since both have 4gb vram. They SHOULD automatically adjust to the same clock speeds from my understanding.

    $599 @ NCIX US: http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=73459&vpn=04G-P4-3688-KR&manufacture=eVGA
  2. For that price just sell the one 680 and buy a GTX780!
  3. You would need to get a 4gb model. Nvidia recommends against using cards with different vram; it would need to be adjusted using a third party program in order to work properly.

    also, I woudnt pay more then $400 for a 680. try finding a used one.
  4. DiaSin said:
    You could probably SLI the 680 Classified with the 680 FTW, since both have 4gb vram. They SHOULD automatically adjust to the same clock speeds from my understanding.

    $599 @ NCIX US: http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=73459&vpn=04G-P4-3688-KR&manufacture=eVGA


    Hmm... I'll think about doing this maybe or would you recommend getting a used one from http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B0083YF55U/ref=dp_olp_all_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=all&qid=1380851942&sr=8-8 ?
  5. Overpriced new GTX770 is cheaper and faster.
  6. rolli59 said:
    Overpriced new GTX770 is cheaper and faster.


    The 770 is roughly equal to the 680 actually. There would be no point in him replacing a 680 with a 770.
  7. No instead of paying $500-600 for another 680 I suggested $650 for a GTX780 in my first post. He might even come out ahead selling his GTX680 and replacing with two GTX770 looking at these ridiculous prices.
    By the way the 770 is a re-branded 680 more efficient and higher std clocks.
  8. rolli59 said:
    No instead of paying $500-600 for another 680 I suggested $650 for a GTX780 in my first post. He might even come out ahead selling his GTX680 and replacing with two GTX770 looking at these ridiculous prices.
    By the way the 770 is a re-branded 680 more efficient and higher std clocks.


    I feel as if just buying another 680 for a used one for $490 would be easier then going through all the trouble of trying to sell my 680 and all that... One last thing before I make a final decision just to make sure (even though I think it'll work) SLI is compatible with an i7 3770k CPU and P8Z77-M pro motherboard correct?
  9. Yes it is!
  10. rolli59 said:
    Yes it is!


    Alright! Just wanted to make sure cause I heard one of the latest intel CPUs don't support SLI. Thank you guys for your help.
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