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Is This PC good enough to Have GTX 770 4GB SLI

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October 13, 2013 3:42:00 AM

hello guys
this is my computer :

M.B : AsrOck Extreme 3
Ram : 6gig TeamGroup 2000Mhz
Cpu : Corei7 950
PSU : 1035 WATT
Monitor : 23 Inch 1080p

so can i run GTX 770 4GB SLI just fine ? or i should upgrade some of them ? ( i only want to upgrade if its necessary to do it and if i'll get 20% or more better FPS on games )

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October 13, 2013 4:09:12 AM

That's going to be a killer rig. I don't see a problem, except the PSU. Check if it can deliver enough voltage on the 12V rail(s) and overall power for the 2 graphics cards.
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October 13, 2013 4:31:09 AM

phatthefirst said:
That's going to be a killer rig. I don't see a problem, except the PSU. Check if it can deliver enough voltage on the 12V rail(s) and overall power for the 2 graphics cards.


how to check that ?!
and how about cpu ? because someone told me that can cause bottlenecking
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October 16, 2013 11:13:33 PM

Well, if you can physically look at the PSU and see what model it is, a google search should be able to show you the specs of it.
As for the cpu, it is probably nearing the end of its life cycle, but if you can overclock it you may be able to extract a bit more performance for a while. Maybe an upgrade is in order, but that would require a whole new motherboard. if the 2 gtx 770s can keep you happy, don't worry.
Technology advances very quickly these days, with Intel releasing new cpus annually.
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October 16, 2013 11:21:41 PM

There is a sticker on ur psu. Copy paste it here or just see the 12v column and tell what is written below 12V. It will be in amperes (A)

Ur cpu is still good little overclock will remove the bottleneck
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October 16, 2013 11:29:49 PM

Don't worry about bottlenecks. Your SLI combination is future proof and is best value for money right now.
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October 16, 2013 11:57:58 PM

Personally I would upgrade your ram, power supply, and monitor. These are pretty power hungry cards especially if you get the superclocked 770 cards like I have, I think they require 61 amps on single 12v rail. There's really no point in going SLI either if you don't have a 120 hertz monitor, I just purchased two of these bad boys and I think you would appreciate the bang for the buck with this....Take a look http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

Plus 6 gigs of ram is barely enough, I would go with atleast 8 of some quality ram
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October 17, 2013 3:33:26 AM

phatthefirst said:
Well, if you can physically look at the PSU and see what model it is, a google search should be able to show you the specs of it.
As for the cpu, it is probably nearing the end of its life cycle, but if you can overclock it you may be able to extract a bit more performance for a while. Maybe an upgrade is in order, but that would require a whole new motherboard. if the 2 gtx 770s can keep you happy, don't worry.
Technology advances very quickly these days, with Intel releasing new cpus annually.



http://www.green-case.com/products/power/power.php?mode...

The spec is below the page
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