Additional Graphics Card

Hey Guys,

I was wondering about additional graphics card..

Is it worth it?

If yes.. Can you suggest me some GPU that can be used as an additional Graphics Card?
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  1. Pretty much anything Nvidia or AMD - do you have an existing GPU?

    is it worth it, depends on what you have and if you care about your electrical bill or if it would be cheaper to buy a newer, better card... The new gtx 1080 or 1070 seem like excellent performers and low power consumption on both.

    Some people hate SLI/Crossfire because of different things, I ran SLI for yeas and never had any significant issues.
  2. depends, what for, what do you need/use?
    what GPU do you have right now?
  3. I'm Currently using GTX 960 4GB MSI OC Edition

    my older GPUs:-

    GTX 750 Ti 2GB MSI OC Edition
    GT 730 2GB GDDR5 Zotac Edition
  4. stick with your 960 its perfectly fine if you game on 1080p
    sell the older ones if you can
    no need/reason/point in SLI 960s, stick with the one for now until you upgrade to bigger model at some point
  5. Gnuffi said:
    stick with your 960 its perfectly fine if you game on 1080p
    sell the older ones if you can
    no need/reason/point in SLI 960s, stick with the one for now until you upgrade to bigger model at some point


    So I can't use 750 Ti with 960? I mean it is impossible?
  6. It should be possible to run mismatched cards in SLI.
  7. RunLuke said:
    It should be possible to run mismatched cards in SLI.


    wouldnt bring much positive to do that there
  8. Gnuffi said:
    RunLuke said:
    It should be possible to run mismatched cards in SLI.


    wouldnt bring much positive to do that there


    Most likely not, but he asked if it was possible :)
  9. RunLuke said:
    Gnuffi said:
    RunLuke said:
    It should be possible to run mismatched cards in SLI.


    wouldnt bring much positive to do that there


    Most likely not, but he asked if it was possible :)


    Should I do it?
  10. But my PSU has only 700 Watts.. Is that a problem?
  11. no i dont recommend it, would cause more problems than good
    try selling the older cards instead
    then upgrade to a "bigger" model at some point when you can afford
    even if "only" the gtx1070 would prob be a fair upgrade, and even "bigger" models are ofc also possible
    700watts is more than fine
  12. Gnuffi said:
    no i dont recommend it, would cause more problems than good
    try selling the older cards instead
    then upgrade to a "bigger" model at some point when you can afford
    even if "only" the gtx1070 would prob be a fair upgrade, and even "bigger" models are ofc also possible
    700watts is more than fine


    I got this 960 2 Months ago :(

    You know what? I should stick to it for a while..
  13. that will do fine, i plan to use my 960 until 1080Ti comes out, unless something comes earlier that blows my mind
    its a great card for 1080p gaming,
    sell the older cards, and enjoy your gtx960
    it can run most "older" games maxed at 1080p,
    im even getting above consol framerate on max settingsin Rise of teh Tomb Raider so im happy with it :D
  14. Gnuffi said:
    that will do fine, i plan to use my 960 until 1080Ti comes out, unless something comes earlier that blows my mind
    its a great card for 1080p gaming,
    sell the older cards, and enjoy your gtx960
    it can run most "older" games maxed at 1080p,
    im even getting above consol framerate on max settingsin Rise of teh Tomb Raider so im happy with it :D


    I get a good performance coz My monitor's resolution is 1366x768 :D

    Yes! I've tested..

    I get 60 FPS Average in GTA V on 768p
    While I get 48 FPS Average on 1080p (Same Settings)
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