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March 7, 2014 10:09:07 PM

Hello,
I am looking to upgrade my graphics I currently have in my computer right now.
I already have a 770 in my computer right now, but I prefer to stay with a single strong gpu rather than SLI\Crossfire, but it would be easier to just get another 770.
What should I do? I already have one, should I get another or just save up for a 780ti?

My Specs:
MSI 970A-G46 (soon to be MSI z87-GD65)
AMD FX-6350 @ 4.3ghz (soon to be i7-4770k @ 4.6ghz)
GTX 770
600W PSU (will be upgraded to 1000W if need be)
16GB(4x4gb) 1600 DDR3

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March 7, 2014 10:17:18 PM

GTX 770 SLI will crush a GTX 780Ti easily. With SLI there are some compatability issues like some games don't support SLI, which then your only running off one GTX 770, which is still decent and that is also a very small amount of popular games. There also also some cases of micro stuttering and all but it isn't all that bad.

A GTX 780Ti will never come across issues to do with SLI, as it's only one GPU so compatibility isn't an issue.

Since you already have one 770, just get another as there is no real point getting the GTX 780Ti when you could save up more and crush it in most of current day games.
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March 7, 2014 10:22:53 PM

unknownofprob said:
GTX 770 SLI will crush a GTX 780Ti easily. With SLI there are some compatability issues like some games don't support SLI, which then your only running off one GTX 770, which is still decent and that is also a very small amount of popular games. There also also some cases of micro stuttering and all but it isn't all that bad.

A GTX 780Ti will never come across issues to do with SLI, as it's only one GPU so compatibility isn't an issue.

Since you already have one 770, just get another as there is no real point getting the GTX 780Ti when you could save up more and crush it in most of current day games.


Okay, now, with GTX 770 2gb SLI, what resolution do you think I could run smoothly on? Or what resolution would you recommend? I can make due with 1080p, but I would much rather go higher than that.

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March 7, 2014 10:24:42 PM

Sli 770 would best the 780ti. I would say that the 770 is the best sli configuration in terms of price to preformance. With that being said you have to deal more power usage, more heat, and microsuttering.
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March 7, 2014 10:38:27 PM

Killr4u said:
unknownofprob said:
GTX 770 SLI will crush a GTX 780Ti easily. With SLI there are some compatability issues like some games don't support SLI, which then your only running off one GTX 770, which is still decent and that is also a very small amount of popular games. There also also some cases of micro stuttering and all but it isn't all that bad.

A GTX 780Ti will never come across issues to do with SLI, as it's only one GPU so compatibility isn't an issue.

Since you already have one 770, just get another as there is no real point getting the GTX 780Ti when you could save up more and crush it in most of current day games.


Okay, now, with GTX 770 2gb SLI, what resolution do you think I could run smoothly on? Or what resolution would you recommend? I can make due with 1080p, but I would much rather go higher than that.


you can go 1440p (decent price) and 2160p but that is expensive. 2160p is really intense, as it is 4x the pixel density of 1080p (that's huge!) and that is defiantly noticeable.

So if you want a really good gaming experience, just get 3 1080p displays and have them arranged in front of you. That is an ultimate setup for the price as 3 screens is the best for simulators and gaming, the experience is much better then just 1 screen by a long shot.
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