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Dual card performance

Anyone, will two Nvidia GTX 650i cards bump me up to a single 670 or greater level of performance?
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    If you are meaning 650 Ti the GTX670 has 191% its performance so two of them will still loose out to the 670. http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_650_Ti_Direct_Cu_II/28.html That is an overclocked card as well.
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  3. I'm going for two GTX 660s. If my calcs are right, they match or better a single 680. Or would I have to go with the dual 660Ti.
  4. The 660's would do it.
  5. jrhill said:
    Anyone, will two Nvidia GTX 650i cards bump me up to a single 670 or greater level of performance?


    I have an Nvidia 660Ti 2GB graphics card. Just to double check - will there be any performance/compatibility problems mating it to a 660Ti 3GB card in an SLI configuration? Same manufacturer for both cards. Many thanks.
  6. No there will not be since both cards are 660Ti but they will default to the card with lower speed and only use 2GB of ram.
  7. That's what i suspected. Many thanks, rolli59 for the clarification.
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