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Which 770 is best?

#11Jprime666(Topic Creator)Posted 8/30/2013 9:49:43 AM
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Jprime666 posted...
Alright so should I get the 2gb one? I don't plan on going higher than 1080p anytime soon.

2gb enough for the bigger skyrim texture mods? That's seems like one of the biggest texture hogs around ATM.


Well, it's $50 more for the 4gb. For me at 1440p, it was an easy decision. For 1080p, it's less clear. It probably depends on how long you want it to be before your next upgrade.


I bought a 560ti 2 years ago. I'd like to get 2, hopefully 3 years out of a 770.
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#12TiamatKillerPosted 8/30/2013 9:56:43 AM
Jprime666 posted...
Nicodimus posted...
Jprime666 posted...
Alright so should I get the 2gb one? I don't plan on going higher than 1080p anytime soon.

2gb enough for the bigger skyrim texture mods? That's seems like one of the biggest texture hogs around ATM.


Well, it's $50 more for the 4gb. For me at 1440p, it was an easy decision. For 1080p, it's less clear. It probably depends on how long you want it to be before your next upgrade.


I bought a 560ti 2 years ago. I'd like to get 2, hopefully 3 years out of a 770.


Why not try waiting to see what AMD offers? Aren't they releasing at the end of the year?
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#13AlleRacingPosted 8/30/2013 11:18:02 AM
Your 560 Ti should still be pretty good. My HD5870 is still handling most games pretty well, and it's about the same power. I'm considering an upgrade to a GTX 780 or HD9970 if that turns out well, but I wouldn't consider anything less than those to be a very significant upgrade, in my opinion.
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