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GTX 560 TI SLi VS GTX 760 SLI

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January 16, 2014 2:18:53 PM

So i used to own a pair of 560 ti's ( on failed and never got the chance to RMA) I'm looking to upgrade to a 760 sli setup. What kind of performance increase am I looking at? Or would a 660ti sli set up be better?

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January 16, 2014 2:28:13 PM

The GTX 760 performs a bit better than the GTX 660 Ti. From the GTX 560 Ti to the GTX 760, you're looking at a performance boost of about 30%.
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January 16, 2014 2:30:48 PM

Pretty much night and day. I have a 560Ti and have been looking at going to the GTX 760 for about 30 days or so now. In a recent thread, we came to the conclusion that two 560Ti's would be about on par or just under a single 760m GPU due to the 128-bit memory interface on the mobile GPU. A single desktop GTX 760 2GB has the 256-bit memory interface and would easily perform better than two 560Ti's, without a doubt so you can add 30-40% performance on top of that for a second 760 in SLI.
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January 16, 2014 2:37:24 PM

skit75 said:
Pretty much night and day. I have a 560Ti and have been looking at going to the GTX 760 for about 30 days or so now. In a recent thread, we came to the conclusion that two 560Ti's would be about on par or just under a single 760m GPU due to the 128-bit memory interface on the mobile GPU. A single desktop GTX 760 2GB has the 256-bit memory interface and would easily perform better than two 560Ti's, without a doubt so you can add 30-40% performance on top of that for a second 760 in SLI.


Thank you. I've been looking at them for about the same amount of time.
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September 2, 2014 9:05:46 AM

skit75 said:
Pretty much night and day. I have a 560Ti and have been looking at going to the GTX 760 for about 30 days or so now. In a recent thread, we came to the conclusion that two 560Ti's would be about on par or just under a single 760m GPU due to the 128-bit memory interface on the mobile GPU. A single desktop GTX 760 2GB has the 256-bit memory interface and would easily perform better than two 560Ti's, without a doubt so you can add 30-40% performance on top of that for a second 760 in SLI.


Sorry to disappoint you, but the 760m is not even as powerful as a GTX 560 ti, a friend of mine uses the GTX780m, and he still has quite a bit lower performance than my 2x 560 ti's.
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