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    I am just asking what is a good gpu that will run most games in ultra or highest settings with at least 60-70 fps i am thinking of a gtx 670 2-way sli
    Looking for a crossfire account 20-60 usd

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    First of all, this is not the proper section.

    Second, I have a feeling that you do not know anything about building PC's?
    Because with only one GTX 580 you already have 4000+ MB of Video Memory; so you won't need a 2-way sli.

    I'd go for a Twin-Frozr II by MSI, I have it and it runs BF3 whilst recording with Fraps AND livestreaming at a steady 60 FPS.
    Also, that graphics card runs 3D graphics as well, if you'd like that.


    Third, Why the hell are you trying to buy a Crossfire account for that much money? Could aswell buy a better game or invest into one yourself ...

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    Well I have to agree with Kamiel, learn a bit more about computers before you jump into buying parts and failing epicly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    First of all, this is not the proper section.

    Second, I have a feeling that you do not know anything about building PC's?
    Because with only one GTX 580 you already have 4000+ MB of Video Memory; so you won't need a 2-way sli.

    I'd go for a Twin-Frozr II by MSI, I have it and it runs BF3 whilst recording with Fraps AND livestreaming at a steady 60 FPS.
    Also, that graphics card runs 3D graphics as well, if you'd like that.


    Third, Why the hell are you trying to buy a Crossfire account for that much money? Could aswell buy a better game or invest into one yourself ...
    you do know that sli has nothing to do with vram 2 670 in sli isn't a great idea if you have that budget for a gpu i would say go with the 680 4 gb version. one card = less heat and also you can upgrade to a second 680 later when you need more performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yugurt View Post
    you do know that sli has nothing to do with vram 2 670 in sli isn't a great idea if you have that budget for a gpu i would say go with the 680 4 gb version. one card = less heat and also you can upgrade to a second 680 later when you need more performance.
    Are you stupid?

    Scalable Link Interface - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    That's what sli means, If he wants to run all games around 60 FPS, you won't need 2 graphics cards, just one.

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    if you want to run all games on ultra settings get a good cpu and a good gpu like
    3960
    680 or 670 like you said [no need to add 2 gpu] [if you are more into gaming than better get ati]
    and dont forget to add lot of ram

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    i agree with kam, try learning more about building your computer first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post


    Are you stupid?

    Scalable Link Interface - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    That's what sli means, If he wants to run all games around 60 FPS, you won't need 2 graphics cards, just one.
    sli means that the cards share the workload but say you have 2 670 each has 2 gb of vram right? and when run in a sli config one of the cards will be the master card and the other one will be the slave card. master card receives all the data and then shares it with the slave. beacuse it would take way too much time for one card too transfer data from the other cards vram bank the cards both keep the data in memory which means that yes you have 2 gb of vram but there both filled with the same data which gives you 1 gb of vram because the other crad just holds a duplicate

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    Quote Originally Posted by yugurt View Post
    sli means that the cards share the workload but say you have 2 670 each has 2 gb of vram right? and when run in a sli config one of the cards will be the master card and the other one will be the slave card. master card receives all the data and then shares it with the slave. beacuse it would take way too much time for one card too transfer data from the other cards vram bank the cards both keep the data in memory which means that yes you have 2 gb of vram but there both filled with the same data which gives you 1 gb of vram because the other crad just holds a duplicate
    Quote Originally Posted by WikiPedia,FuckYou
    Scalable Link Interface (SLI) is a brand name for a multi-GPU solution developed by NVIDIA for linking two or more video cards together to produce a single output.
    That's exactly what I mean; You have two GPU's which output one single thing. It's not necessary because only ONE GPU will already be more than enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post




    That's exactly what I mean; You have two GPU's which output one single thing. It's not necessary because only ONE GPU will already be more than enough
    you don't know what kind of stuff he wants to do? also he might want to be able to run all games at 60+ fps on max settings a couple of years into the future also

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    Quote Originally Posted by yugurt View Post
    you don't know what kind of stuff he wants to do? also he might want to be able to run all games at 60+ fps on max settings a couple of years into the future also
    I totally do not know what to do.

    I am just asking what is a good gpu that will run most games in ultra or highest settings with at least 60-70 fps
    Please, your rep should say enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post


    I totally do not know what to do.


    Please, your rep should say enough.
    what are you talking about couldn't understand your last post. But anyway sorry if you got mad just thought you were some average joe that thought that 1 gb+1 gb= 2 gb so sorry for irritating you but still before you make assumptions on what kind of card he needs i thibk we should have more info from him and what he wants

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    Quote Originally Posted by yugurt View Post
    what are you talking about couldn't understand your last post. But anyway sorry if you got mad just thought you were some average joe that thought that 1 gb+1 gb= 2 gb so sorry for irritating you but still before you make assumptions on what kind of card he needs i thibk we should have more info from him and what he wants
    He already said EXACTLY what he wants, how hard is it to understand..

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post


    He already said EXACTLY what he wants, how hard is it to understand..
    There are 3 types of hardware fags in this forum.
    Question makers, Hardware Specialists, and Minimum hardware fags that cant understand proper English.
    Music historian here to please and displease,learning to teach all you peeps,so stop by the music part of the forum,and ask the question to your needs.

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