Hello, I currently have 2x Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti Sli in my cpu. I am thinking to replace with new GTX 680. I usually play games at 1080p resolution on my 40 inch led tv. Should I sell my GTX 560 ti cards and buy new GTX 680. Will it perform better than SLI.
PC Specs CPU: IntelR CoreTM i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz Overclock CPU speed: 4800 MHz Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit
Number of GPUs: 2 GPU 0 - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti - GPU clock: 900 MHz - Mem clock: 2004 MHz GPU 1 - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti - GPU clock: 900 MHz - Mem clock: 2004 MHz
Motherboard ASUS ROG Maximus 4
Ram 16GB Corsair Vengeance
Cooling Water Cooled CPU XSPC RASA RX240 Cooling kit Raystorm Gpu Water block & Phobia 360 Rad
Power Supply CoolerMaster 750 watt 500 watt Case CM690II
Hard Drive OCZ 64Gb SSD WD 1TB Black with 64mb Cache
Display 40Inch LED Samsung 1080p
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If you have a PCI-e 3 slot, the 680 would preform very similar to your SLI set-up. The 670 would also at 1080p. They would also be more stable and compatible, no SLI issues to work through with each new game or waiting for SLI support in your game of choice. If you don't want to upgrade your motherboard at the same time, you might not get the benefits you are looking for.
The 680 should perform the same as your setup. I think you should be fine until the next generation cards .