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December 22, 2013 4:03:35 AM

Hey there, I have recently bought my third 1920x1080 @ 60 Hz monitor, and i was planning to hook it up to my Gigabyte GTX 780. There is no doubt it will work, but as for gaming, how much would my FPS drop with this setup? Since i can finally use Nvidia Surround, but only having one card, how much will this affect my gameplay? I know i have to lower some settings of course, due to the high resolution, but will there be such a big performance drop? And yes, i'm planning to go SLI as soon as I can afford another 780.

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December 22, 2013 4:14:08 AM

Hello
If you set down some demanding settings, for example AA, I reckon that you will be able to play around 60 FPS, and you will be able to play on Ultra graphics in SLI
are you from Hungary?
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December 22, 2013 5:27:41 AM

Nefos said:
Hello
If you set down some demanding settings, for example AA, I reckon that you will be able to play around 60 FPS, and you will be able to play on Ultra graphics in SLI
are you from Hungary?

Mnnope, Romania, but anyway i won't be getting SLI very soon that's for sure

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December 22, 2013 5:34:39 AM

not really necessary, set the settings for the single card it will look nice :) 
do you speak Hungarian? because I know a website (hardver-teszt.hu) where a guy shows a 660Ti running BF3 at high details at 60 fps
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December 22, 2013 5:38:25 AM

Not really, though my parents do, anyway i think the 780 will handle it nice since it's more powerful than a 660Ti
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