I want to buy a new computer in the next 2 months.
My budget is about $750 on gpus and $2500 in total
I will be getting adequate power supply for the gpu I choose (850w or something) and I currently have a nvidia 230M on my laptop
Will be getting a 3770 with a P8Z77-V mobo, 16gb corsair vengeance memory.
My only website I can buy from is pcccasegear.com
I prefer sapphire, msi, evga and asus cards.
Not really fussed over AMD vs Nvidia
I will be overclocking
Monitor resolution will be 1920x1080 on a 27" or 24" 120hz
Yeah AMD's crossfire drivers do suck. Games that have glitches, bad scaling, or flat out don't work at 1080p (and these are just the ones I've experienced):
-Skyrim (poor and sometimes negative scaling, weird HUD issues with 12.7, increased CTD frequency)
-Max Payne 3 (occasional cutscene flickering and stuttering)
-Witcher 2 (game will not work with ubersampling + crossfire enabled)
-Batman: AC (poor to negative performance scaling)