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Gtx 760 sli 2016?

lazylazi

Hii guys so iam building a new pc soon and a gtx 970is over my budget! So i was planning to get an r9 380x, however i saw that i could get 2 gtx 760s asus ROG (4gb each)for 220 euros! Wich is less than a single r9 380x! But is the 760 in sli still good enough and for how long will it last and also how will the driver support be?

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760 isn't worth SLI'ing. Get a 380x or save your money for something that'll last you for a longer time.

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I wouldn't. The SLI performance will be ok, but with games that don't support it you will be taking a pretty big hit. Put your money towards a single card.

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Nice avatar, but I have a feeling we've seen this topic today already. Get the 380x.

If anyone asks you never saw me.

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Lasting is extremely objective based on who is answering and what you are doing.  I would recommend just getting a single 760 and waiting it out for Pascal.

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Ahah app4that yes i made a second topic too see more opinions ;)

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I guess i will get a single r9 380x but guys another question since the difference between the r9 380 and 380x is like 3fps, can tge 380x get allot better then the 380 with new drivers or slmething?

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