That would be a great solution and it would have great performance.
Though, I'd suppose you'd get more performance/price ratio out of SLId GTX 670s
. But if you can afford GTX 680s, definitely go for them.
I've read conflicting information comparing average and large amounts of VRAM in GPUs being used to power large resolutions. Is there a solid consensus as to whether a large capacity of VRAM is beneficial greatly in a large resolution display? Say 4Gb (SLI 670s) Vs 8gb(sli 680s)...
The 670s are clocked at the same boost and core speeds on the EVGA cards, so it's hard to tell how worth while the performance boost will be for the extra few hundred.
Has anyone come across a 5760X1080 comparison for SLi 680s with 4gb VRAM Vs. SLi 670s with 2gb VRAM?