posted on Sep, 27 2013 @ 12:49 PM
Heck of a coincidence...but that new system I got last week has the Nvidia GTX 760 in it. 2g on mine, but ooooo....I'm in absolute love. I don't think
you'll get any benefit from them both unless you just want bragging rights to higher frame rates than your eye can perceive anyway.
I've been playing Far Cry 3, Just Cause 2 and Dues Ex: HR on Ultra settings and across 3 monitors in the Nvidia Surround mode where it's supported.
You are going to be in heaven if the 660 isn't already capable of it without issues. The 760 will be.
Gaming takes on a whole new quality at 5000+x resolution.
* What you CAN do? It just occurred to me....... The GTX 760 takes 3 monitors for the surround mode...but a 4th can run if an additional adapter is in
the system. It can run something 100% separate and outside the game playing across the 3 slaved to the 760.
Oh.. OP.. Let me know how that processor works out for you? You beat me by a fair bit on that one
(My recent purchase
). Particularly, how is does the heat work out on it?
Mine is simply not workable without liquid cooling. Now it screams without getting much above 35c.
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