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Nvidia GTX 650 Ti Boost in SLI looks amazing

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I find the issues with SLI to have been greatly exaggerated. As the recent latency testing has shown SLI performs excellently, and any driver quarks I've encountered has been easily solvable. I'd say that's a very tempting configuration.
 
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SLI is far better than crossfire.

SLI'ing a couple of these puppies would indeed yield hugely impressive results no doubt about it.
 

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Why not if you want have smt different. ^^ It'll be easier for you to upgrade in the future since you can sell both cards for good price...
 
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2 for a 1080p monitor? MEH. Get a 7950 instead. Less power consumption, heat, no scaling worries or waiting for drivers... etc.