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Single GTX 670 or SLI/Crossfire for 2560x1440

Hello i will finally be ordering my build in a few days and i was set on the GTX 670, how ever i found the yamakasi catleap at 2560x1440 and decided to go with that monitor. I have been looking at similar posts and benchmarks, but I am not sure if a single 670 will be sufficient. 60 FPS is important to me, but i cant go over 500$ so the question is single GTX 670, or SLI/Crossfire something else.

Here is the link to my build parts, just in case something is not sufficient for SLI/Crossfire if that's the better route to take. http://amzn.com/w/2X760HGAD82ZM

Thanks again for your time and input
Eremyth
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    If you look at the benchmarks provided by Tom's Hardware for the GTX 670:

    http://img594.imageshack.us/img594/2237/gtx670sli.png

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-670-review,3200.html

    You won't hit 60 FPS if you plan on playing at the highest resolution and very high settings with a single card. But with dual cards, you will be above 60.
  2. fantastik250 said:
    If you look at the benchmarks provided by Tom's Hardware for the GTX 670:

    http://img594.imageshack.us/img594/2237/gtx670sli.png

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-670-review,3200.html

    You won't hit 60 FPS if you plan on playing at the highest resolution and very high settings with a single card. But with dual cards, you will be above 60.

    Thanks, i think i might purchase a 1080p monitor instead, as i cant afford 800$ on graphics cards. 60 fps is better then a better picture, if the better picture runs poorly.
    edit: spelling
  3. No problem :)
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