One of my GTX470s has a problem with one of the fans and the noise is driving me crazy. I can fix it by disabling the fan and adding another fan ziptied to the shroud, but that will eat up a slot I don't want to lose (there's a lot of crap in this case). I am a bit out of the loop as far as GPUs go nowdays, so I could use a bit of help to shorten my googling period. The general requirements are as follows: 1) About the same GPU performance as two GTX470s (or better - Note I don't actually run SLI typically, read #2, so assume perfect scaling). 2) Enough VRAM to run three 1920x1080 monitors with an EVE Online client on each (and the ability to drive three monitors on its outputs). I am not sure how many people here play EVE, but in general my GTX470 setup can manage three monitors (with one card running one maxed out client, and the other running the other two with AA dialed down). Memory usage is pretty high on the cards, so 2GB is probably the bare minimum for the new card. If the new card will have about the same processing power as a pair of my current cards, then memory is really the bottleneck, not the GPU power itself. 3) A single card. 4) Not the GTX690 (I can afford just about any card, but the price for this thing here is rather nuts and it is probably overkill). What are your ideas, folks ? Thanks for any and all input!