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Is 2x 670 2GB's enough for 3 monitors?

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December 19, 2012 7:25:44 PM

Or will it struggle with frames?

Edit: Coupled with an i5 2500k @ 4.4Ghz, I'm looking for 60+ frames on med-high settings on most games.

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December 19, 2012 8:15:22 PM

Though that's definitely not to say dual GTX670s wouldn't be awesome of course :-)
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December 19, 2012 9:29:32 PM

I figured as much. I wish I had gone with the 4 GB version instead. On that topic, would it be possible, and sensible, to sli my 2 GB with a 4 GB?

And with just the 2x 2GB 670's, if I'm not looking for super ultra max settings, and more like medium-ish, think it'd be possible to pull off 50-60+ frames in games such as BF3, Skyrim, Far Car 3?
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December 19, 2012 9:33:35 PM

i can't say what FPS you will get, i am letting you know that a 2gb + 4 gb would be the same as 2gb x 2.
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December 19, 2012 9:39:56 PM

shizanky said:
I figured as much. I wish I had gone with the 4 GB version instead. On that topic, would it be possible, and sensible, to sli my 2 GB with a 4 GB?

And with just the 2x 2GB 670's, if I'm not looking for super ultra max settings, and more like medium-ish, think it'd be possible to pull off 50-60+ frames in games such as BF3, Skyrim, Far Car 3?


You should have no problem getting those FPS, just turn AA and such down and overclock the cards as much as you can.
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December 19, 2012 9:59:18 PM

Best answer selected by shizanky.
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December 19, 2012 10:04:58 PM

Yeah fraid mixing memory wouldn't work, but on medium-high settings, I can definitely see you getting high framerates in a load of games. Just maybe not Far Cry 3 :-) Thanks for the best answer.
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