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GTX 760 SLI Config

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Charlie Westwood, Sep 22, 2015.

  1. Charlie Westwood

    Charlie Westwood New Member

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    Hi

    I was thinking that for Christmas I would ask for another gtx 760 for my PC. I already have one msi 2gb version and found that it costs around £120 to buy anothe one but I'm debating if it's worth it, should I just save for a gtx 970? I have a 650w psu and have seen that it can handle two cards.

    Many thanks
     
  2. Djolovicl

    Djolovicl eTeknix Janitor Forum Mod

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    TBH even though gtx 760 isn't that power hungry 650W would be kinda pushing it and sooner or later you will be forced to invest in a more powerful PSU. I would just try to find a nice home for that old 760 and go for 970 card instead of SLI.
     
  3. Eoinmc97

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    If you sould your 760, you could put about £90 towards a 960/380, which would be fine on your PSU and would still be an upgrade.
    SLI set-ups will push many power supplies under 700w, a d I don't know if I'd be comfortable with my PSU at 80% load all the time.
     

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