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How well will 1 780 run this, and how well will 2 780's run this?

Edit: I should probably say I'm going to be playing some BF3/BF4, CS:GO (This should run well), and Modded Skyrim/Morrowind.

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1 mehhhh not worth it.

2 hell yea

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how it goes,

 

i got a new graphics card so my system runs great

hmm i can maybe run a higher res monitor now

buys new monitor

and repeat this cycle till poor

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I have two 780's and a ROG swift and it's like a perfect match, I can play games like crysis 3 and metro redux just short of maximum settings and get 60+FPS, I just wish games like BF4 had better optimisation as I should easily get 120FPS yet I only get 90FPS.

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How well will 1 780 run this, and how well will 2 780's run this?

Edit: I should probably say I'm going to be playing some BF3/BF4, CS:GO (This should run well), and Modded Skyrim/Morrowind.

 

Your cpu will bottleneck 780's in sli if you're playing CPU intensive games. Regarding your question, two 780's would be ideal for such a monitor.

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Your cpu will bottleneck 780's in sli if you're playing CPU intensive games. Regarding your question, two 780's would be ideal for such a monitor.

Is that why I get a low frame rate on BF4?
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Is that why I get a low frame rate on BF4?

 

Don't play with AA. There's no need with 108ppi

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Your cpu will bottleneck 780's in sli if you're playing CPU intensive games. Regarding your question, two 780's would be ideal for such a monitor.

Well, I asked this because I'm upgrading and I'm not getting the monitor now but I might get a second 780 soon, so that's why I asked. Here's my planned upgrade; http://pcpartpicker.com/p/JgBXMp http://pcpartpicker.com/p/FZsdMp

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