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    Default MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    I am currently running one of these cards but thinking of getting a second one and running them in SLI. Would it be better to do this or buy a better GPU?

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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    Buy a better gpu!!! Less heat, sli problems, power consumption and better headroom if you ever wanted to get a 2nd better one lol

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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    What ^^ he said!

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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    what card would you suggest for my system

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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    What kind of money are you willing to spend? Right off the bat, the 670 is strong and does great in SLI, but it costs. 660Ti is not much more than a 560Ti and net you roughly 30% more performance. Same performance gain another 560 Ti will give you. Now this is averaged, so it is not accurate, but a single card with the same gain always beats out the SLI gain as far as stability goes.

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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    Quote Originally Posted by TheTechDude View Post
    Buy a better gpu!!! Less heat, sli problems, power consumption and better headroom if you ever wanted to get a 2nd better one lol
    Can you explain to me what SLI problems your talking about ? I've been running SLI since it was first released, and have never ran into a problem. I've run SLI, Tri SLI, and Quad SLI and like I mentioned I've never had a single problem. I'm currently running 4 / GTX680s, as well as dual GTX590s. both systems have Quad SLI Enabled.
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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    I have used and built several systems sli/xfire! As some do very well and some some very bad lol...it really depends on configuration obviously but most important I would suggest 1 better card than to really start packing more heat into the case! Not that I wouldnt do it cause I would in a heartbeat lol..I would get a better card (newer gen) and worry about adding a 2nd in the future if he were to not like performance! Ive played around with a few sli machines and some do well and some dont! Microstutter is there on some worse than others and also as of todays games, alot do take advantage of sli/xfire but theres still alot that have tons of issues! Hell some games u have to disable sli/xfire to play the game comfortably! Not to mention Docter, ur setup is sick lmao! Im sure they wouldnt be much of any issues on ur setup as 1 of your cards would almsot dominate any game out there to the max (I plan to get a 2nd 7970 only because I ABSOLUTLEY HATE anything under 60fps lol)

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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    I have yet to run across 1 single issue with my 560TI SLI , it will play any game I want to play with NO issues and not even maxing out the cards

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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    Even with 4 GTX680s and a 3820 OCed to 4.5GHz my system runs cool, and this is a X79 Rampage 4 Formula build with 32GBs of memory.
    Everything's installed in the Cooler Master Stryker. My other X79 system with a 3960X is installed in the CM Cosmos II Ultra, with 64Gbs
    and that system runs cool also. It all depends on how you set a system up, and which components your using.

    Remember, GPU's to NOT run as hot as they used to, for instance, my 4 GTX 680s run at least 50% cooler that the three GTX 480s I used to have.
    And as you already know, removing stock case fans, and replacing them with fans you picked out, helps cut down on a cases internal temps.
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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    @pc-user I bet u can run everyhting just fine! But when the time does come and newer games are released the more demanding everything will be! I wouldn't disagree getting a send 560ti but if it were my machine I would upgrade to a 670 or even a 660ti and get almost the performance of 2 560's! Other than benchmarking or bragging rights lol..theres no point in doing it! But thats just me as for the heat I do understand different architectures of gpu's change, so do temps! I got an old 7950gt in 1 machine now that idles around 52 or so while my 7970 idles around 30 lol! Huge difference! I thought instead of putting money on a 2nd 560 it would be smarter to spend it on a 670 or even a 660ti! At least when the time comes for upgrade, He wont need to spend craptons on 2 670's at once

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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    I have a little bit before I do the upgrades to my system I am thinking about updating a few things at the same time on my system so might as well get a better card while I'm at it

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    Default Re: MSI N560GTX-Ti 448

    Quote Originally Posted by TheTechDude View Post
    @pc-user I bet u can run everyhting just fine! But when the time does come and newer games are released the more demanding everything will be! I wouldn't disagree getting a send 560ti but if it were my machine I would upgrade to a 670 or even a 660ti and get almost the performance of 2 560's! Other than benchmarking or bragging rights lol..theres no point in doing it! But thats just me as for the heat I do understand different architectures of gpu's change, so do temps! I got an old 7950gt in 1 machine now that idles around 52 or so while my 7970 idles around 30 lol! Huge difference! I thought instead of putting money on a 2nd 560 it would be smarter to spend it on a 670 or even a 660ti! At least when the time comes for upgrade, He wont need to spend craptons on 2 670's at once
    I play all the new games without issue BF3@60FPS / COD Black ops 2 @60FPS / Assassins Creed 3 they will have to be loads more demanding then what is out or due out in the next year or 2 and by the time Im needing to upgrade I can buy a single GTX 980 or something that comes out in the next 18-24 months you can buy a 560TI for 1/3 the price of a gtx 670 if you shop around, I see used 560s going for a little over 100.00USD and he already has a 560TI so he can SLI for very little and be good for at least another year when the 670 will be outdated, most don't understand that you can have a system like Dr Deaths and if your monitors wont support the rez or the refresh rate all the GPU in the world will do you no good.

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