Discussion in 'PS2 Media' started by AngryMarines, Jul 31, 2013.
really expensive Vid card. Think I could get away with something a bit cheaper?
Toss in a 760 instead at less than half the price, then later you can put a second one in SLI (2 760s in SLI is better than a titan, hilarious me thinks, and the scaling on the 7xx for sli is something like a 90% efficiency). Oh, and I don't think you need a new PSU but I like having spares around, I seem to have a habit of going through one a year.
Oh, and your rams fine also, wouldn't bother buying newer/more.
I think, using a 760 minus cost of ram and psu you're at the 1k mark, (I'm in europe so my prices would be different)
Partick, dont go 760. if you plan to SLI you want 2 660 ti with a twin frozr cooler. The 760 is only 15-20% better than a ti if I read correctly.
Edited to a 770. If you want cheaper we can go 760. Just remember 660 ti if you want to SLI
hhhhmmmm. Well right now I only want one good Vid card that can do a lot, and later perhaps SLI. So you think 770, or 760 is the way to go?
Thanks for your help guys :3
For one card, 770 all the mo-fuckin' way dude! Aim for an OC'd version if it fits your budget. They are clocked up so 1. you don't have to do the work and 2. you don't run the risk of fucking your card and ruining your warranty in the process
sweet dude! I'll check that out.
I can find you one real quick. I personally go MSI because it goes with that board
4GB and OC'd. Think of all the monitors you can play on!
Save money by keeping your old case and use air cooling (Unless you plan on overclocking a lot), then take all the money you can and put it into the GPU or CPU. My i7 3770K OCed to 4.0GHz can not keep up with my EVGA 4G GTX680 on high settings. I run around 70FPS most of the time and 50 FPS in a big fight and around 180 at the warpgate. I love SSD, worth every penny!
lol nice, I really like that one
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