Investing in a new GPU.

Mouxville

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Hey lads! I've come back to ask you yet a question.

Long story short, I got money back for one of my Asus GTX 670 cards. So I'm looking to sell the other one and get a new GPU which is around the same, or better than 670 SLI. I really like Nvidia, but can go for ati/radeon aswell. Any suggestions? I'm from Norway, so telling you a price range will be hard coz everything is much more expencive here, atleast electronics.

Not to sound rude, i appriciate everyone who replies. But please dont just say: get one of the 680 cards plz best answer. I'm not very good with GPUs, so abit detailed answer would be appriciated. Thanks in beforehand!
 
Two GTX 670 cards in SLI is faster than any single GPU card.
Replacement in current models would be two GTX 770 cards in SLI.
If you want to run resolutions above 1920x1080, choose 4GB models.

At 1920x1080, a single GTX 770 is more than enough.

If you want to run resolutions above 1920x1080 on a single card, consider the Radeon R9 290 or the Nvidia GTX 780 Ti.
The Radeon is cheaper, but make sure you get a card with a custom cooler.
The Nvidia GTX 780 Ti is the best single GPU card available.
 
Two GTX 670 cards in SLI is faster than any single GPU card.
Replacement in current models would be two GTX 770 cards in SLI.
If you want to run resolutions above 1920x1080, choose 4GB models.

At 1920x1080, a single GTX 770 is more than enough.

If you want to run resolutions above 1920x1080 on a single card, consider the Radeon R9 290 or the Nvidia GTX 780 Ti.
The Radeon is cheaper, but make sure you get a card with a custom cooler.
The Nvidia GTX 780 Ti is the best single GPU card available.
 

Mouxville

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Alright. I'm running single monitor at 1920x1080. Just kinda looking to run BF4 on max, and pref not have to upgrade in atleast another generation of games. If what Im saying makes any sense? :p
 

Mouxville

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The 780 TI is around 970 USD here in Norway, thats abit more than i expected to put. Will i notice any big difference between a 770 and normal 780 card?
 


GTX 770 will run BF4 at 1920x1080 Ultra quality settings average 59.2 frames per second.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/battlefield-4-graphics-card-performance,3634-8.html

If you want to go faster than this, then Radeon 290, GTX 780 Ti or GTX 770 in SLI are options.
These options are expensive, I really don't think you need to go higher than the GTX 770.
 

Mouxville

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Hmm.. I'm leaning towards a normal 780 card for some reason. Any input of which producer? I've heard Asus + EVGA is the ones to go for? Or does that depend on which generation etcetc?
 


GTX 780 is a good card, but performance gain over a GTX 770 is only about 15%.
Asus make the quietest cards generally and they are good quality.
I have no experience with EVGA, but they seem very popular.
Gigabyte also makes good quality cards generally.
 

Mouxville

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Alright, thanks a bunch man! Really appriciate u taking time helping me :) And thanks to you too caj! Think I'll maybe go for a 770 4gb or 780.
 

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