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2 Way SLI superclocked acx 4gb gtx 760 vs. 1 780TI 3gb

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May 3, 2014 10:48:29 PM

So I want to know if a 2 way SLI 760 4gb superclocked is better than 1 780TI for my first ever gaming rig. The 2 way would be cheaper and I heard performance is about the same. Here are my PC specs: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3DwRV

Here is a comparison between 2 way 760 vs 1 780 http://www.ocaholic.ch/modules/smartsection/item.php?pa...

So would the above results from the link be the same for a 2 way sli 4gb superclocked acx vs 1 780TI. I am going for a quality build but $690 alone on a graphics card is kinda too much I think. Also what does stuff like Dual Classified and Direct CU II mean? And in terms of performance, if the two are similar in performance then I am fine, but any I would also like to hear any issues towards the PC and heat, or consumption of power towards either option.

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May 3, 2014 10:57:10 PM

two way GTX 760 4GB is much better then one GTX 780Ti. With the 2GB and 4GB versions, performance should be the same, unless you game with multiple screens and high resolutions above 1080p.
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May 3, 2014 11:06:47 PM

Gtx 780ti is 5% better, but costs more. Sli gtx 760 provide go value @ 500 (2gb) and is 11% percent better than similarly priced gtx 780. The 4gb gtx 760 won't really help due to small memory bus.
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May 3, 2014 11:08:58 PM

memory bus and Vram isn't related, a common mistake. The GTX 760 utilizes 3.8GB out of 4GB of it's Vram, that is using the most of it.
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