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GTX 980 gigabyte g1 vs asus strix vs msi Twin Frozr V OC / Gaming 4G vs evga ACX 2.0 vs ...

I want to get new graphic card gtx 980 so what model do I get from these
GTX 980 gigabyte g1 vs asus strix vs msi Twin Frozr V OC / Gaming 4G vs evga ACX 2.0 vs ...
Or you can provide more models for over clocking
And my PSU 750 watt
RM Series™ RM750 — 750 Watt 80 PLUS® Gold Certified Fully Modular PSU
or i stick with my gtx 770 2gb for now
my rig
1 INTEL CORE I7 -4770K
2 GIGABYTE GTX 770 2GB DDR5 OVERCLOKED EXTREME
3 RM Series™ RM750 — 750 Watt 80 PLUS® Gold Certified Fully Modular PSU
4 CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H100I HIGH PERFOMANCE LIQUID CPU COOLER
5 GIGABYTE GA-Z87X UD4H SOCKET 1150 PROCESSOR 4TH GENERATION MOTHERBOARD
8 WINDOWS 8.1 PRO
9 G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL10D-16GBXL
10 CASE(Cooler Master Storm Trooper Case )
12 WESTERN DIGITAL 1 TB SATA 7200RPM 64MB CACHE INTERNAL DESKTOP HARDDRIVE BLACK WD1003FZEX
13 DVD RW
14 ASUS VG248QE Black 24" 144Hz 1ms (GTG) HDMI Widescreen LED Backlight LCD 3D Monitor Height&pivot adjustable 350 cd/m2 80,000,000:1 Built-in Speakers
15 Razer Vespula Dual-Sided Gaming Mouse Mat - Speed and Control
16 LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
17 RAZER Blackwidow 2014 Black Expert Mechanical Keyboard
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  1. Get 2 GTX970s for a bit more and you will get a hell of a lot more performance and value for money.
  2. If you absolutely want a 980, the Gigabyte G1 cooler is the best of the lot, and it is proven that the G1 overclocks the best and is overall the best performer.
  3. Novuake said:
    Get 2 GTX970s for a bit more and you will get a hell of a lot more performance and value for money.


    my psu cant handle sli
  4. or i stick with my gtx 770 2gb for now
  5. Best answer
    mohamed8989 said:
    or i stick with my gtx 770 2gb for now


    You should probably wait until Q2 2015 when the new AMD GPUs will be available. Expect better performance from them (20nm and 3d stacked HBM) and that will also lead to price cuts from Nvidia. If you cannot wait, grab a 980 G1 edition.
  6. mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    Get 2 GTX970s for a bit more and you will get a hell of a lot more performance and value for money.


    my psu cant handle sli


    Yes, it can, EASILY.
  7. gtx770 should be fine for now.
    I also prefer to wait until the next generation.
  8. Novuake said:
    mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    Get 2 GTX970s for a bit more and you will get a hell of a lot more performance and value for money.


    my psu cant handle sli


    Yes, it can, EASILY.


    what psu required for gtx 970 gigabyte g1 sli
    it say in the box 550W that meen i need 1200w for sli
  9. mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    Get 2 GTX970s for a bit more and you will get a hell of a lot more performance and value for money.


    my psu cant handle sli


    Yes, it can, EASILY.


    what psu required for gtx 970 gigabyte g1 sli
    it say in the box 550W that meen i need 1200w for sli



    Mohamed, the box is suggesting a 550w PSU because that's probably around what it takes to run everything comfortably, like the motherboard, memory, and hard drives. The GTX 970 only requires 145 watts to run on its own, so adding another one for an SLI setup would work on your system.

    Read the specs here: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-970/specifications
  10. Tarrega said:
    mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    Get 2 GTX970s for a bit more and you will get a hell of a lot more performance and value for money.


    my psu cant handle sli


    Yes, it can, EASILY.


    what psu required for gtx 970 gigabyte g1 sli
    it say in the box 550W that meen i need 1200w for sli



    Mohamed, the box is suggesting a 550w PSU because that's probably around what it takes to run everything comfortably, like the motherboard, memory, and hard drives. The GTX 970 only requires 145 watts to run on its own, so adding another one for an SLI setup would work on your system.

    Read the specs here: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-970/specifications


    thanks for ur help i will wait for 20nm chip
  11. mohamed8989 said:
    Tarrega said:
    mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    Get 2 GTX970s for a bit more and you will get a hell of a lot more performance and value for money.


    my psu cant handle sli


    Yes, it can, EASILY.


    what psu required for gtx 970 gigabyte g1 sli
    it say in the box 550W that meen i need 1200w for sli



    Mohamed, the box is suggesting a 550w PSU because that's probably around what it takes to run everything comfortably, like the motherboard, memory, and hard drives. The GTX 970 only requires 145 watts to run on its own, so adding another one for an SLI setup would work on your system.

    Read the specs here: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-970/specifications


    thanks for ur help i will wait for 20nm chip

    You're always welcome :benetton:
  12. Why would you wait 6 month for 300 series and when they will come gtx 970 and 980 will drop 10-15% in price but you would enjoy of using your new GPU for already half a year also used Nvidia cards hold their value better on a used market due to the fact that many people are scared to buy an AMD card after mining and no one is using Nvidia cards for it because it isn't profitable!

    I am an owner of 280x and I am telling you that you should go and buy 980 or 970! It worth it especially In a long run it is better than AMD
  13. mnineseven said:
    mohamed8989 said:
    Tarrega said:
    mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    mohamed8989 said:
    Novuake said:
    Get 2 GTX970s for a bit more and you will get a hell of a lot more performance and value for money.


    my psu cant handle sli


    Yes, it can, EASILY.


    what psu required for gtx 970 gigabyte g1 sli
    it say in the box 550W that meen i need 1200w for sli



    Mohamed, the box is suggesting a 550w PSU because that's probably around what it takes to run everything comfortably, like the motherboard, memory, and hard drives. The GTX 970 only requires 145 watts to run on its own, so adding another one for an SLI setup would work on your system.

    Read the specs here: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-970/specifications


    thanks for ur help i will wait for 20nm chip

    You're always welcome :benetton:


    This Pyramid looks cool
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