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GTX 760 SLI vs. 7970 GHZ.

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April 23, 2014 11:52:04 AM

I can't seem to find a comparison between these 2 options.
Any ideas? Mainly play Planetside 2 and Elder Scrolls.

(Is Xfire 7970ghz too much of a power hog?) (How is xfire 7970ghz compared to a GTX780ti and other super high end cards?) No plans on 4K gaming.

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April 23, 2014 11:57:34 AM

Good rule of thumb is always buy the faster single GPU and add another later. What resolution are you running these games at? Both the 760 and 7970ghz ed. should be able to max those games out on a single card at 1080p resolutions.

The 780ti will give you a much smoother experience than the 7970ghz ed. Xfire and use less power doing it/create less noise.
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May 12, 2014 10:02:27 AM

From a performance point of view,the twin 760's win the battle.However,they will generate more heat,noise,draw more power,you can get stuttering in games.If you don't plan on going higher that 1080p,a single 760/7970Ghz would be enough,as dwatterworth suggested.
AMD cards generally draw more power than nVidia cards,so yeah the 7970Ghz draws a lot of power.
You'd be better off getting the stronger 780ti.nVidia has better driver support(driver for xfire are a mess),and you won't experience stuttering with a single GPU.
And because it's a single GPU,it will run cooler,quieter.Not to mention the awesome power of a single GTX780ti.
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March 24, 2015 8:54:43 PM

Is that Don Jonson from Miami Vice in your avatar?
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March 25, 2015 1:41:22 PM

xaephod said:
Is that Don Jonson from Miami Vice in your avatar?


Almost a year to the date from your question :) 
I don't really know who that is.I just found that GIF on the Internet and thought it would make a good avatar. Sorry.
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April 29, 2015 11:09:56 AM

I recognize the scene, its Miami Vice when his car gets blown up.
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