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Gtx 660 sli?

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by Ders33, May 27, 2013.

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    I have seasonic 620gm 620w,is it enough for gtx 660(non-ti) in SLI i also have i5 3570k @4.2ghz?
     
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    Yes it should be fine.
     
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    Of course. One should use full load about 120W.
     
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    My psu have 12V1 24a and 12V2 24a, so that is enough for sli?
     
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    As said before. Yes it is.
     
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    Ok thanks i will wait to see gtx 770 performance,maybe is better to buy gtx 660 sli or gtx 770?
     
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    GTX770 will be around 10% over the GTX680, basically it's a GK104 chip on steroids. The bad part is that it's expected to be around 450 - 500$. 660 SLI offer better raw performance and since you already have one you need to spend less money. It all depends on SLI profiles and the famous microstuttering which accompany multi-GPU configs. Nvidia is said to be better in this department than AMD but nevertheless a single card is still giving a smoother experience.
     

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