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    So I got my new Asus gtx 680 4 gb card installed and have put through it's paces and I have to say I am kinda disappointed. Now a 780 is close to the same price if I go with 4gb version, it is like. $100 more. Should I just return my card and get a 780? Do I need 4 gb? I never seem to use that much, be a use I watch it and it never seems to go much above 1gb. What are you guys opinions. I was hoping to play Arma 3 and bf4 maxed out on a single card but I don't think that is possible now.
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    Default Re: Can't make a decision

    can you use the physx all on your cpu?
    this would help A3 a lot
    i play a3 on an ainchent 4 core and it's almost never under 30% with the cpu fan sounding like a jet engine
    i realy cant take any load off of my cards because they are already carying most of the burdon

    as for advice on the upgrade, well i hope it works out 4 u
    the hardware your talking about is so totaly out of my leauge i only dream apout it in spurts because i cant handle the full brunt of the DOWANT
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    Default Re: Can't make a decision

    If you are gaming on a single monitor, you won't notice a huge improvement for more memory. Esp in 1080P. However with higher resolutions like 2560x1440, you will notice it more. Also if you are gaming in surround or eyefinity...

    I use to game on multi displays, but after doing it for a little bit, i found it harder to play and didn't enjoy the game as much. So I use a single monitor but in 1920x1200 16:10 ratio and I noticed with some of my older 1GB cards it wasn't as smooth, but my 2GB cards, GTX670 and running a physics second card, game play was much better.

    But it could also be the overall card in general. IMO, if its $100 more, I would get the GTX780 since its newer and benchmarks has shown great results. This way you have the latest and greatest since your already spending that much money. While the GTX680 is still a great card right now.. Shoot, I don't plan on making any upgrades to my main system right now from the GTX670's, but I do have a GTX770 on the way for my new gaming rig.
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    Default Re: Can't make a decision

    So could I use my old gtx 460 2gb card for physx?
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    Default Re: Can't make a decision

    You can, but with the GTX460, its more power consuming. But if thats the only card you have laying around, go for it..

    I am using my (main rig, X79, i7 3820 system) GTX670 in SLI for my single monitor, then I have a GTX 650tI Boost running my other 2 displays and as the physX card...

    On my 800D Rig (Z77-2600K), I have a simaliar set-up but using a single GTX670 and GTX650 for my side displays and physX Card. On the Single card set-up I get about 20-25FPS less then my SLI set-up running the same resolution.

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    I'm using dual GTX690s, with a GTX 660Ti as a dedicated PhysX card. You should send the 680 back before you run out of time, and buy the 780 which comes with 3GBs of memory

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I'm using dual GTX690s, with a GTX 660Ti as a dedicated PhysX card. You should send the 680 back before you run out of time, and buy the 780 which comes with 3GBs of memory
    This is all your fault doc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woomdawg View Post
    This is all your fault doc.
    I am gonna run it by my financial advisor tonite (ie the wife).

    Whoop whoop Aproval from the financial adviser Now I just need to find out what I need to do on newegg's side of things. ASUS or EVGA??
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    Default Re: Can't make a decision

    Hopefully I can flash the stock bios back to it ?
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    Default Re: Can't make a decision

    Go with EVGA, they have a limited lifetime warranty,, great support team, and RMA program, plus their 90day step up program, which means you can use the card for 90 days, then trade it in on another card, and they will give you back exactly what you paid for it, and then apply it towards the cost of the new card.

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    Default Re: Can't make a decision

    And all the evga cards are sold out on newegg.
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    Stock bios flashed back onto card I will call newegg at lunch and set up the return.
    I think I will go with this card.Amazon.com: EVGA GeForce GTX780 SuperClocked w/EVGA ACX Cooler 3GB GDDR5 384bit, DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI,DP, SLI Ready (03G-P4-2784-KR): Computers & Accessories didnt notice how many cores this bad larry has.....2304 wtf !! And a 384 bit memory interface !! I cant wait to get my hands on this.
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    And then I find this ASUS Intros Their Latest GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC GPU With LEET Design I dont know why I am drooling all over ASUS gear I have allways been an EVGA guy. GAAAAHHHHHH
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    I, personally would stick to EVGA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by criss_glitch666 View Post
    I, personally would stick to EVGA.
    EVGA it is I searched for a release date for the ASUS card and i could not find one. Plus EVGA has a better warranty.
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