NovusBogus wrote:A second 660 Ti is going to offer very little performance improvement. If he cares enough to spend money on a new card he should upgrade to a 290/290X or hope that the 780's Maxwell successor comes with 4+ GB memory.
vargis14 wrote:The tech has improved over the last 1.5 years that I think it is a worthy upgrade with Vsync enabled
Chrispy_ wrote:vargis14 wrote:The tech has improved over the last 1.5 years that I think it is a worthy upgrade with Vsync enabled
Aye, if you already tolerated the input-lag with vsync enabled (in some games it is very noticeable to me, but everyone has different perceptions on what is okay or not) then SLI's input lag isn't going to be much of an issue for you.
Even with Vsync off I hear that the micro-stuttering has largely gone away but I haven't bothered enabling the second card in my PC since Crysis3.
homerdog wrote:NVIDIA should not have released 2GB GTX770 and 760 models. They could easily bump them up to 4GB and the 780/780Ti should have 6GB standard.
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