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Curious If you had to choose between these two Video cards

#11DarkZV2BetaPosted 9/4/2013 10:43:21 AM
There's a reason multi-GPU configurations are cheaper. They're not as good. Spotty support, stutter, broken effects, ect.
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#12NicodimusPosted 9/4/2013 10:44:30 AM
DarkZV2Beta posted...
There's a reason multi-GPU configurations are cheaper. They're not as good. Spotty support, stutter, broken effects, ect.


Right now, that is the case with Crossfire, but SLI is more or less fixed.
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#13TheFeshPincePosted 9/4/2013 2:55:24 PM
LordSeifer posted...
id get the MSI cause it costs more and is out of stock


Ya.
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#14Snuckie7Posted 9/4/2013 7:02:24 PM(edited)
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Depends. Are you a super hardcore overclocker looking to push a 780 beyond it's limits? Lightning, for TOV.(which I'm pretty sure goes over the standard max voltage for kepler) Otherwise? The EVGA card has a higher factory OC, and is probably better binned. 780 isn't really bound by power-target like most Kepler cards are.


The Classified also allows software overvolting to 1.35V, and up to 1.8V with an EVBot.

And yes, power target is a huge issue for those looking to push the higher overclocks. At 109%, the Lightnings are throttling pretty badly.
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