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GIGABYTE GPU

wich one is better?

GV-R797OC-3GD or GV-N670OC-2GD
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  1. Well I suppose its up to you and what you play.

    1.) What are your computer specifications

    CPU:
    MOBO:
    GPU:
    PSU:
    RAM:
    OS:
    RESOLUTION:
    CASE:

    2.) What games do you play?

    3.) Do you game on one monitor or more?

    4.) Are you aiming for 3D y/n?
  2. CPU: inte i7 3770k
    MOB: GIGABYTE GA-Z77-DS3H
    GPU:
    PSU: GIGABYTE ODIN GT 800W 80+
    RAM: G.SKILL DDR3-2400 CL10 XMP 8GB*2
    OS: win7 ultimate sp1 x64
    res: 1920x1080p
    case: CoolerMaster HAF-XM
    fan: CoolerMaster V6GT

    I'm using it for gaming and drawing

    games: D3,SC2,TERA,CS:GO&COD:BO2

    drawing: autocad / coreldraw / adobe ps,ai,fl&dw
  3. Best answer
    Then there may be a chance you would probably benefit more from the Nvidia card as Adobe and Nvidia cards play well together. Otherwise gaming wise your games aren't all that demanding and either card would do. However that being said Nvidia cards tend to play a little nicer with blizzard games which I see Diablo 3 and SC2 on the list of games you play.
  4. bigshootr8 said:
    Then there may be a chance you would probably benefit more from the Nvidia card as Adobe and Nvidia cards play well together. Otherwise gaming wise your games aren't all that demanding and either card would do. However that being said Nvidia cards tend to play a little nicer with blizzard games which I see Diablo 3 and SC2 on the list of games you play.


    I see.. Thanks man! :3
  5. Not a problem sir.
  6. Also, as a note I have the same card. And it's a beast enjoy :)

  7. Tera is a hardware demanding game. You should pick NV solution (GV-N670OC-2GD) or the model with higher memory size for further proof. You will need it for Crysis 3.
  8. is GIGABYTE going to have GEFORCE TITAN?
  9. I'm not sure they may. I would expect however for there not to be custom heatsinks for the Titan cards. Much like the 690 there wasn't aftermarket heatsinks maybe waterblocks though.
  10. Best answer selected by chanwei21.
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