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Gigabyte GTX 760 4gb vs EVGA GTX 760 Superclocked 2gb

Hi guys, just wondering, which of these cards would be better? I plan to be using a single monitor running at 1080p , maybe adding a second monitor later, the prices of the cards are as follows
4GB Gigabyte : $369
2GB EVGA : $329
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    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130932 evga 760

    I would get this one. When you add the second monitor, are you planning on also getting another 760? If you are then you need a 4gb card.

    I suggest this one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130944 Evga makes higher quality products than gigabyte.
  2. As far as I know the Superclocked one only has higher clock speeds, which can be changed by overlcoking, but the 4GB has 4GB which cannot (obviously) be increased, so in my book that's the better deal. I would go with the card suggested by woltej1.
  3. SC cards also have PCB components which are higher quality, plus then you don't have to mess with OCin yourself.

    Only go with the 4gb version if you plan to SLI otherwise you are wasting money. 2gb is more than a 760 can handle on its own.
  4. woltej1 said:
    SC cards also have PCB components which are higher quality, plus then you don't have to mess with OCin yourself.

    Only go with the 4gb version if you plan to SLI otherwise you are wasting money. 2gb is more than a 760 can handle on its own.


    I was planning to SLI later when the card can't handle games, however, that wont be for about to years, would i be better getting the 2gb card and when the time comes, just upgrading to a new single card?
  5. It is always tempting to plan to SLI down the road, but usually the better plan is to sell the card and get a new single one. SLI makes the most sense when you need to SLI the top end cards to get what you need, otherwise a single card is usually a better idea. Go with a 2gb for now and upgrade to the next card when the time comes.
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