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Old June 19, 2013, 02:29 PM
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what about 770s price and specs
what about my bottleneck question
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Old June 19, 2013, 02:37 PM
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what about 770s price and specs
what about my bottleneck question
770 comes in at just over $400 and performs similar to a gtx 680 with a slight increase.

I have no clue about bottlenecks sorry.

I'm in the same boat as you though. Looking for a new gpu, waiting for the 760 to drop to see what it's all about. I probably don't need a 770 as I don't play the most graphically demanding games but I am considering it, especially if I can find a sweet deal. I'm also considering 660 sli but with the price drop of the 700 series the 760 might be similarly priced or just slightly more expensive than a 660.
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Old June 19, 2013, 02:37 PM
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Old June 19, 2013, 03:35 PM
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what about 770
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you starting to sound a bit demanding there bro people are only giving you information cause they re being nice they could easily say google it and forget your questions you should try to be a bit more respectful
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Old June 19, 2013, 04:02 PM
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Old June 19, 2013, 04:09 PM
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what about 770
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I did answer if you read my above post, I said I have no clue about that. :P

Would have to wait for someone more knowledgable/experienced to chime in on that.
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Personally I'd go for the 760ti when it lands if not a plain 760.. It will probably be a refreshed 670 at 660ti launch prices / 660ti refreshed and 660 launch prices (if they stick to what they did with the 770)..

that and a decent PSU, something like :
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Should be plenty and rock solid.


Biggest bottle neck will be your mobo/cpu.. but that really depends on the game as to how much it will affect you.

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Your probably good for a couple of years yet but I would upgrade your whole system with your next GPU refresh.

You might want to try find another 4GB of ram if you can match it to what you have and also look at an ssd. Will make your whole system feel snappier but it is only load times for windows and whatever games /app you put on it.. one of the last things to invest in but something like a crucial M500 128GB would be a nice addition to your system and not cost the world.
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Old June 19, 2013, 04:28 PM
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Personally I'd go for the 760ti when it lands if not a plain 760.. It will probably be a refreshed 670 at 660ti launch prices / 660ti refreshed and 660 launch prices (if they stick to what they did with the 770)..

that and a decent PSU, something like :
Choose A Power Supply - PCPartPicker
Should be plenty and rock solid.


Biggest bottle neck will be your mobo/cpu.. but that really depends on the game as to how much it will affect you.

Intel Haswell i7-4770K & i5-4670K Review

Your probably good for a couple of years yet but I would upgrade your whole system with your next GPU refresh.

You might want to try find another 4GB of ram if you can match it to what you have and also look at an ssd. Will make your whole system feel snappier but it is only load times for windows and whatever games /app you put on it.. one of the last things to invest in but something like a crucial M500 128GB would be a nice addition to your system and not cost the world.
From what I've been reading as of late there may not be a 760 ti this generation, of course that is all speculation. The leaked specs of the (speculated)760 are strange. 1152 cores, 96 TMU's, 32 ROP's with 256 bit bus width. Compared to gtx 670 with 1344 cores, 112 TMU, 32 ROP's, 256 bit bus width and 660 ti with 1344, 112, 24 with a 192 bus width the 760 appears to fall somewhere in the middle of the 660 ti and 670. Not sure what to make of that.

However maybe those leaks specs are for a 750 ti or something. I don't know it just seems odd to me. As compared to 670 less cores, less tmu's, same rops, same bus width. Compared 660 ti less cores, less TMU, more rops more bus width. Doesn't seem to be quite following the trend of the 680 to 770 and definitely seems as there should be a 760 ti but of course it's all speculation. We'll have to wait till the 25th to see for sure.

Also I would have thought the 760 ti would be slated to release before the 760 but who knows. It could all be well planned out to make the new 770 pricing even more attractive for us less patient folks.
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Old June 19, 2013, 04:48 PM
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ok gtx 770
4gb ram
a ssd
and after a year or two
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Old June 19, 2013, 05:34 PM
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