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Should I upgrade my 660 Ti to a GTX 770 4GB or a 7970?

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User Info: Paco223

3 years ago#1
Hey guys I need a beefy single GPU for my triple monitor setup running at a bezzel corrected resolution of 5980 x 1080. Would a single 770 or 7970 be enough? Not planning on having games super maxed or anything like that but i'd like to game on decent settings / 60 FPS

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User Info: DarkZV2Beta

3 years ago#3
If your 660Ti doesn't, it's unlikely 770 or 7970 will. Go 780 or wait for the new AMD cards.
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User Info: Slayn

3 years ago#4
I like to upgrade every two gens, so wait until the new AMD cards, as above, or wait for the 8xx Nvidia. I hear they are coming Q1 2014.
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User Info: MasterDonGero

3 years ago#5
Well, how many FPS is your 660 Ti producing?
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User Info: reincarnator07

3 years ago#6
I think for that resolution you'd really want either SLI or a Titan.
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User Info: Snuckie7

3 years ago#7
The new R9-290/X will probably be what you want.

Leaked surround benches are looking good.
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User Info: Paco223

3 years ago#8
Thank you so much for advice guys, I'll make sure to heed your suggestions and wait for the R9 series cards come Q1 2014.

@MasterDonGero - On most less demanding titles like COD, Crysis 2, SR 4, Mass Effect, Far Cry 3 etc my overclocked 660 Ti can still pull 30 FPS on average as long as I turn off AA or keep it at a minimum but that's way too low for me. ENB modded Skyrim is a nightmare to run on a triple monitor setup.
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