Now I'm looking at upgrading the whole rig to ivy bridge, Z77 ect at the same time, might even sell my entire rig and replace from the case up..
BUT the thing I'm most interested in is the graphics card, I'm quite mad at AMD at the moment so NVidia is my choice.
As far as power ect is concerned I'll deal with that after I have chosen my graphics set up and buy appropriately. I understand motherboard and GPU should be chosen relative to each other so any Z77 board that supports the best SLI set up will be my goal.
I am gaming mostly on a 60Hz 50" NeoPlasma with a 23" secondary both at 1080p, ideally able to run at the same time
So two questions: Would a pair of 560ti's be best value for money as they are currently dropping in price?
I'm eyeing off an Amazon purchase who mostly have EVGA so I'm looking at any of these:
I (and many others here) strongly recommend not buying two cards straight away, unless you are 100 percent sure you won't be upgrading in the future.
Yes you might get slightly more performance for the money now, but your upgrade potential is essentially destroyed. Being able to add a second card later when prices have dropped makes it MUCH easier to prolong the life of a system.
as for the card, why are you mad at amd?
right now, in that price point a 7850 would be the best value for money. If you really don't want to do that, then a 570 will perform similarly.