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is two nvidia gtx 760 4gb too much for one pc?

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February 23, 2014 5:57:54 AM

I'm custom making a pc on CyberPower and I have selected alot of stuff advised from others... But I was wondering if a single gtx 760 4gb graphics card is enough to run battlefield 4 and most upcoming titles on high/ultra settings?

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February 23, 2014 6:02:08 AM

HypoticHD said:
I'm custom making a pc on CyberPower and I have selected alot of stuff advised from others... But I was wondering if a single gtx 760 4gb graphics card is enough to run battlefield 4 and most upcoming titles on high/ultra settings?



You would only need the 4gb version if your running 2 monitors or more than 1080p. Otherwise its useless and you may as well get the 2gb version. Yea?
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February 23, 2014 6:07:05 AM

CyborgCity has the right idea, of course, if you have the cash for dual GTX 760's, why not get something like a single gtx 770 or r9 280x which will offer the option of SLI at a later date. GTX 760 can run most games maxed out nowadays but sooner or later it's performance will not be able to handle games whereas a 770 will prolong the time where it can support modern games.

(Sorry that last sentence sounded a bit confusing).
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February 26, 2014 12:16:01 AM

l1ghtm4st3r said:
CyborgCity has the right idea, of course, if you have the cash for dual GTX 760's, why not get something like a single gtx 770 or r9 280x which will offer the option of SLI at a later date. GTX 760 can run most games maxed out nowadays but sooner or later it's performance will not be able to handle games whereas a 770 will prolong the time where it can support modern games.

(Sorry that last sentence sounded a bit confusing).

So the 770 4gb would be the better option for being able to play future games for a long time to come?
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February 26, 2014 12:25:36 AM

770 4gb will be good for sli in the future should u go higher than 1080p.
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February 26, 2014 9:40:35 AM

HypoticHD said:
l1ghtm4st3r said:
CyborgCity has the right idea, of course, if you have the cash for dual GTX 760's, why not get something like a single gtx 770 or r9 280x which will offer the option of SLI at a later date. GTX 760 can run most games maxed out nowadays but sooner or later it's performance will not be able to handle games whereas a 770 will prolong the time where it can support modern games.

(Sorry that last sentence sounded a bit confusing).

So the 770 4gb would be the better option for being able to play future games for a long time to come?

Yes, that's correct (in terms of VRAM) that looks to age first before your graphics card does as the 770 is relatively powerful and should withstand graphics improvements for some while. 2gb is just not enough in this day and age.

Hope that helps.
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