xZombiekid3: There's only 2gb or 4gb models of this.
ABU ABDALAH jolarty: many thanks for your very good reviews, i really like your way how to reviews.
just i wanna know is those GTX 770 4gb or 8gb?
thanks and have a nice day.
Goran Gecin: Is it wise to buy a 770 4gb now and add 2nd one in about a year or so for more performance for newer games.(single 1080p screen) How does it perform in triple 1080p as i might eventualy upgrade to triple screens
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winnyxway: 850 is enough :))
signalchef: What kind of power supply wattage do i need to feed two 770's?
t103Ninja: the beta wasnt very well optimised for SLI or crossfire so dont wprry about it :)
DETERMINOLOGY: KEYWORD BETA
frufoo15: it's probs because of your OS man,
Bf4 isn't optimised for windows 7 at all.
Seen more people with this problem after they installed windows 8.1 all the lag was gone
onfern: I have 2way sli gtx 770. BF4 very lag((((
Idah Carlsson: i just stick to the 7990
oXObsidianXo: I have a EVGA 780 superclocked ed. and it is fantastic, average 80+FPS on BF4 beta on ultra 4xMSAA. Keep in mind the beta is not at all optimized.
oXObsidianXo: Buy a 780, yes SLI 770 outperform it, but if you get the EVGA GTX780 SC w/ACX then you're set. Plus it leaves more room to upgrade, and 2 780's will blow away anything else.
oXObsidianXo: I believe they have to have identical specifications. This is why they had to adjust the clock speed of the Asus in this video, so they would be the same.
assburgers78: man i hate how underrated the 7990 is.
Drew Lloyd: I have a question for the tech savvy out there. Is it possible to run 2 GTX 770s in SLI if one has 2 GB of memory and one has 4? Or is that not possible?
Benjamin Huang: Exactly. I got one 7990 just because it's 590 USD plus three games and I can't wait for R9 290X. The only thing I'm missing out is True Audio and I don't regret it.
Andy Jones: Well, looks like I need to sell my 670's now...
FearMeRUSSIAN: GTX 770 4GB
ALL THE WAY
ENDRO O: I've been looking for another card to replace my asus 7870 and it looks like I've found it :D
Bloodsville: Thanks a lot For all your videos Man This helps a lot.
nasha thedog: Avoid the 7990 and go with a next gen AMD or Nvidia, but wait before you decide which until the new cards are out and tested.
nasha thedog: It's a shame you never included 690 results in this.
MrSomeGamerdude: i would wait for reviews (and actual pricing of the non-BF4 bundled) for the R9 290X and see if it actually any good, to get red of the dread of spending great deal of money on the wrong card. (unless the FPS is only 5-10 difference compare to the 7990, and its $100+ more).
But if you can't wait till October 15 (cording what most site are "saying" when its coming out) and your looking to save money on a single card then the 7990
Mika_012397: i wouldn't wait for the r9 basicly a re-used 7000 series card i would get a amd 7990 because they are cheaper at the moment because of the r7 and r9 announcements. if i were buying a video card in this price range because of a little bit more performence for the same amount of money and better optimization in games like battlefield 4 and other game's that are working with amd and mantle is coming out which should sky rocket performence from amd cards.
SMOKEkaHOLIC: should i get a Gtx 780 or Amd 7990 or should i wait for the r9 290x?
PoeTheGhost: So in my case, a 780 (superclocked) now, and then another later when I need more power. The (stock) Titan just isn't worth the price when an OC'd 780 can match it (or come damn close) in most regards.
PoeTheGhost: As a long-term investment, I'd rather go with an SLI-capable high-end card, then add more power down the road (when prices are generally cheaper because MSRP goes down) rather than having to do an overhaul on my build, which in the grand scheme of things, will end up costing me more.
So even though price : power ratio sucks now, I prefer to make a long-term investment in a high end card and have the option to SLI later, rather than buying some slightly older cards for an SLI now to save 20%.
Goregamer: High end card...
ralph1628: Been running this sli config for a month now, fantastic. Now I have to get a better monitor & a girlfriend. GIGABYTE GV-N770OC-2GD GeForce GTX 770 2GB 256-bit GDDR5
Vincent Lang: I love you nigga
darkdivide93: Hey Elric would you please be able to do a GTX770-OC-4GB VS GTX780 I am very interesting in knowing which one would is better By itself and in SLI seeing both the pros and cons of this, thank you.
Bloodsville: LOL 1:35 AM and it got me also
gabriel gomes: é muitos fps no residente evil 6
gabriel gomes: 1000000000000 likes
Nick Champ: I prefer to buy a high end card because in the future u can always go sli or crossfire to keep up with the competition
LethalDesignzGFX: Hahaha... Ha, Ha... No one cares :)
Vahan Aznavuryan: what song was that
mike TIEGS: should I be concerned with that PhysX test? an important reason for me buying nvidia is to use the exclusive stuff in arkham origins and the witcher 3 among other games. oh I'm going for the 770 sli by the way.
R.A.Y M.I.R: i think a 750 watt power supply
Bernhard Bjørnholt: Gonna buy another ASUS GTX 770 :D
senna king: just bought a beastly pc with this dual setup. it will be amazing !!!1
senna king: lol you wish
mvinc006: I've recently purchased a single EVGA 770 OC 2gb, I worked out its probably cheaper to get this over a 780, and when i need it, get a second 770 when i need it (by then much cheaper) and SLI it for superior performance and performance for my dollar.
nasha thedog: And then you'll be stuck with lots of badly performing games, I mean look at the 7950 score for Metro. I tried X-fire and wasted my money. The newest driver we waited months and months for does nothing to fix the stutter and runt issues with dx9 games or multi-monitor set ups, I wish it did, I'd of loved to buy a 7990 in the recent sale in the uk, It was 470 quid. That's dirt cheap but only any good if you only play a few games like Battlefield, Those good scores are also full of runts. Avoid it
ihateyoujeffy: It's the way it was with the original crysis
RossCarverTv: 750w or more
NVIDIA GTX 770 2-Way SLI Review & Benchmarks! (vs GTX 780, Titan & AMD 7990)4.9
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