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Best GPU for 1920x1080 Gaming and 3DVision(120Hz)

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Best GPU for 1920x1080 Gaming and 3DVision(120Hz)

Total: 4 votes

  • GTX580
  • 0 %
  • GTX460 x 2
  • 25 %
  • GTX660 Ti
  • 75 %
October 16, 2013 6:38:55 AM

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October 16, 2013 4:01:24 PM

Good choice with an Nivida card! the 660ti is the most powerful, you may want to scale back games to high settings to get the best expirance. But go with the 660ti if you can =)
a b 4 Gaming
October 16, 2013 5:10:30 PM

I personally run 3D Vision. I find it important to run at 60 FPS, otherwise you may get some stutter due to v-sync, which is forced on.

I started with a single 680, and found I could get decent results, but on the most demanding games, I had to drop to medium settings to maintain 60 FPS, though most games run at high. With two 680's, I can run most games at very high settings (not quite max) and the most demanding games, I run at high.

You need this link if you are going into 3D Vision. It makes a lot of games great in 3D that otherwise have problems: http://helixmod.blogspot.com/2013/07/game-list-full.htm...
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October 17, 2013 6:41:12 AM

DurkaDerper said:
Good choice with an Nivida card! the 660ti is the most powerful, you may want to scale back games to high settings to get the best expirance. But go with the 660ti if you can =)

GTX660Ti better than GTX580 ??

bystander said:

I started with a single 680, and found I could get decent results, but on the most demanding games, I had to drop to medium settings to maintain 60 FPS, though most games run at high. With two 680's, I can run most games at very high settings (not quite max) and the most demanding games, I run at high.

Even with two GTX680's, games are demanding more juice?? May be because its a CPU bottleneck... I'm not sure... Coz. I believe GTX680 in SLi would be massive.... :ange: 
a b 4 Gaming
October 17, 2013 3:48:22 PM

680 SLI is massive, but remember, 3D Vision renders two images for every frame. One for each eye, so you need double the GPU power to maintain the same FPS.
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