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crossfire 5770 or save for newer 2gb single card

should i buy a second hand 5770/5870 to crossfire with my current 5770 or save the extra for a newer card like a EVGA GeForce GTX 760 SC ACX 2048MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card
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    save up.....
    the 5770 is a little outdated and poor in performance, and in a crossfire they'll get hot + you won't get the performance that 1 better card offers you
  2. yh the card im looking at (EVGA GeForce GTX 760 SC ACX 2048MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card) is only 200 quid so ill probs just save some cash after getting the rest of stuff i need for my new build
  3. what are your pc specs?
  4. Case; Bitfenic Comrade
    PSU; Corsair Builder Series CXM 500W Modular 80 PLUS Bronze Certified ATX/EPS PSU
    Mboard; MSI z87-g45 gaming
    cpu; i5 4670k
    hdd; 500gb
    asus dvdrw

    i have an after market cooler on order and im going to get an ssd and 1tb hdd in the near future
  5. ok, I thought that you have an old cpu that will bottleneck the new gpu, but you're fine with this one...what am I saying, it's a sweet cpu. Great I could help you out, but in the near future upgrade that psu....corsair is a good brand, don't get me wrong, but the cx series is their budget line.
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