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Need help on getting a new graphics card for Battlefield 4

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October 16, 2013 5:17:06 AM

Hi!

I'm thinking of getting an Asus GTX 780 3GB DirectCu II OC. I heard that when you overclock this card you can get a performance very close to the Titan. So I don't think I will have any problems running Battlefield 4 (Ultra settings) on a 120Hz 1080p monitor with this one.

Btw: I'm planning to add another one next year to SLI them. Will there be any problems since this card has custom cooling?

Thanks.
a c 487 U Graphics card
October 16, 2013 5:21:40 AM

You could wait for the 290x as well, the DirectCu II should run pretty cool too
October 16, 2013 5:25:41 AM

Asus GTX 780 OCed is good card for upcoming games like BF4. You could also try AMD R9 series as well. Be sure your CPU will not bottleneck this GPUs, because you didn't specify your PC other relevant specs.

SLIing these two would not be a problem.
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October 16, 2013 5:30:23 AM

You don't need to spend that much money. I'm running BF4 perfectly at Ultra settings with my Fx-8350 and HD 7970.
October 16, 2013 6:58:23 AM

My PC specs:

Gigabyte Z68AP-D3 ( I know it's not SLI compatible. I'll change that later. )

i7 2600k (stock)

Asus GTX 590 (stock)

16 GB Ram

October 16, 2013 7:00:35 AM

Thank you for your answers. Can I get a smooth, close to 120Hz experience with this card or do I have to SLI two of them?

Thanks.
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October 16, 2013 7:06:22 AM

aduman said:
My PC specs:

Gigabyte Z68AP-D3 ( I know it's not SLI compatible. I'll change that later. )

i7 2600k (stock)

Asus GTX 590 (stock)

16 GB Ram


Go for the 780.A 3GB version good for multi monitors.It's based on the GK 110 core slightly less shaders than the titan,but the 780 is worth every buck.If you have the budget of course I dont needed to say about the budget as u mentioned in the first thread but if you listen to me.If you plan on single 1080p 780 is a overkill.But on resolutions such as 5760x1080p 780 is a perfect match
a b U Graphics card
October 16, 2013 7:09:32 AM

aduman said:
Thank you for your answers. Can I get a smooth, close to 120Hz experience with this card or do I have to SLI two of them?

Thanks.


You can still get enough fps to draw your bullet to a killer headshot.Don't worry 780 can ease you with a 120hz monitor.After all,its the titan's smaller brother
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