asus puts the gtx 760 mars against the 780 ti.

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#1 Edited by MonsieurX (29569 posts) -
#2 Posted by Gaming-Planet (13998 posts) -

This... I want.

Been planning on doing SLI and this is it.

#3 Edited by Horgen (110060 posts) -

It's a dual card... Like 760 SLI. That is plenty of power without costing to much.

#4 Posted by Arthas045 (5100 posts) -

I have been thinking about jumping on the 760 here recently. Going to wait until tax time and get one with my refund I believe.

#5 Edited by AMD655 (4495 posts) -

It's beautiful, and a card actually worth of it's cost.

#6 Posted by PredatorRules (7451 posts) -

Well if it's going to cost about 600$ then it's worth it, anything above it's pointless just get the 780ti.

They did before a similar project called ARES2 which is 2x 7970 combined.

#7 Posted by Postmortem123 (7646 posts) -

Better off just getting a 780 Ti.

#8 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23468 posts) -

not worth the potential input lag added from sli

that and micro stuttering, albeit nvidia handles that very well

#9 Posted by MonsieurX (29569 posts) -

Well if it's going to cost about 600$ then it's worth it, anything above it's pointless just get the 780ti.

They did before a similar project called ARES2 which is 2x 7970 combined.

It's around 1k

Cheaper to get 2 single 760 and sli

#10 Posted by PredatorRules (7451 posts) -

@PredatorRules said:

Well if it's going to cost about 600$ then it's worth it, anything above it's pointless just get the 780ti.

They did before a similar project called ARES2 which is 2x 7970 combined.

It's around 1k

Cheaper to get 2 single 760 and sli

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487001

http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Superclocked-Dual-Link-Graphics-03G-P4-2883-KR/dp/B00GFZMI3G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1384985447&sr=8-1&keywords=780ti

Titan cost 1k, 780ti is 700$

#11 Posted by -Unreal- (24537 posts) -

Similar performance to a 780 Ti, less memory and is estimated to cost about the same.

I'd still say the 780 Ti is a better buy. Support for the 780 Ti is likely to be better too.