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Good Crossfire/SLI Graphics card

CPU: I7 2600
RAM: 16GB DDR3
I'm looking for a good card for an SLI or Crossfire
780, 780TI, R9 290, R9 290X
Witch would be the best of these?
should I get the X or TI? or are the smaller ones more than enough for an SLI/Crossfire system?
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  1. 780TIs would be best, I've got 780 (Asus CU model and love 'em), XFire I'm not a big fan of ;)
  2. what resolution are you intending and are you mostly gaming or something else. Because that could make a big difference in choice.
  3. Gee Bee said:
    what resolution are you intending and are you mostly gaming or something else. Because that could make a big difference in choice.


    I'm thinking of running a triple 1080 setup. I want to be able to play almost anything on max for a while on at least a single 1080p display. but I dont know if its necessary to buy the TI or X for an extra $200
  4. 3gbs would suffice; however 4gbs would be better IMO in the long run. Which leaves you with either Titan black, 290 or 290x. You could use 2 x 770 4gbs cards but more gpu power is preferable. Don't know what Maxwell will bring to the table though.
  5. Gee Bee said:
    3gbs would suffice; however 4gbs would be better IMO in the long run. Which leaves you with either Titan black, 290 or 290x. You could use 2 x 770 4gbs cards but more gpu power is preferable. Don't know what Maxwell will bring to the table though.


    The Titan Black is way over my budget. so that leaves the R9 290 or 290X. should I pay more money for the X? From what I heard the X doesnt give much of an improvement for the extra $$$$
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