Hey guys, well I'm looking for a GPU upgrade pretty soon. I'm currently running a little GTX 650 which works pretty well for games but usually at the lowest settings. I've upgraded the rest of my computer (practically built a brand new PC) and now I just need a new GFX and a case (plan to get 900D on release. waiting for it, hopefully soon).
I have a ton of games that I want to play but can't because they won't be as enjoyable if they look like console graphics.
The point is, I find it kind of hard to spend like $500 on a GTX 680 when it's more than a year old. Knowing that the 780 will outperform it and the 680 is over a year old.... (rumors of a smaller Titan?)
I would prefer a single GPU with the option to SLI later down the road. Maybe EVGA's Step-Up? A Titan is considerable but I'd have to wait until the middle/end of May. Any thoughts on paying a lot for a mid-range chip from Nvidia that's over a year old for the upgrade?
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if you want to spend that much on graphics, either do as Louis B said, and grab a Titan or two or three, or if you like your wallet a little, grad a 7970GHZ or two, these are faster than the GTX 680 anyway