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which version will give me enough performance with 3 monitors on crysis 3 on high the EVGA GeForce GTX 660 SUPERCLOCKED 3072MB GDDR5 DVI mHDMI Graphics Card 03G-P4-2666-K or the EVGA GeForce GTX 660 SIGNATURE2 3072MB GDDR5 DVI mHDMI DP Graphics Card 03G-P4-2667-KR
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  1. The Signature 2 GTX 660 would be the better card but your asking an awful lot for that card to do Crysis 3 on high with 3 Monitors.
  2. I would agree. You are asking a lot to run most games on 3 displays from a GTX660. I don't think I'd run triple monitors in game unless I was running some sort of SLI setup or at a minimum a top tier card.

    Also, consider a GTX760 instead of a GTX660. The cards you listed are factory OCed cards and will carry a premium. That premium price will almost land you a new gen card that will perform better. The only GTX660 I could suggest right now is a very good deal on one around $150-$170. My co worked landed a GTX760 on Newegg for $200 on a holiday deal.
  3. jay2tall said:
    I would agree. You are asking a lot to run most games on 3 displays from a GTX660. I don't think I'd run triple monitors in game unless I was running some sort of SLI setup or at a minimum a top tier card.

    Also, consider a GTX760 instead of a GTX660. The cards you listed are factory OCed cards and will carry a premium. That premium price will almost land you a new gen card that will perform better. The only GTX660 I could suggest right now is a very good deal on one around $150-$170. My co worked landed a GTX760 on Newegg for $200 on a holiday deal.


    if 3 wouldnt work would 2 monitors work on high and will a asus gtx660 work with 2
  4. A 660 can run two monitors but you can't span a game across them, you will need three monitors for that.
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    ^What the monkey said. You could use 2 displays for productivity, but not in game. Even with 3 displays I'd suggest just using one for gaming on a GTX660.
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