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GTX 770 4 GiB versions in SLI: how well do they hold up w/the latest AAA titles?

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magellan

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Jul 20, 2002
I've noticed even the 2 GiB GTX 770's aren't far behind my GTX 780 in benchmarks, so how do GTX 770 4 GiB SLI rigs hold up in modern AAA gaming titles?
 

EarthDog

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SLI is going to be tough to tell because not a lot of sites test SLI across a bunch of titles. Your best bet honestly, is to google and find some results. The problem is the 4GB versions aren't exactly common so it may be tough... but, I would search for results in google...

For example, I googled GTX 770 SLI 4GB The Witcher 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dow5F9SdFJ0
or Rise of the Tomb Raider (may be 2GB cards): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1-jZM3GR58

If your want to see how the GTX 770 does on AAA games look at Techspot and search for the game you want to look at. http://www.techspot.com/review/734-b...rks/page3.html
That's a single card... and 2GB, not 4GB.
 

Johan45

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I have SLI with 2GB versions and they hold up fine for me. A lot will depend on your resolution. I play on a 1080p TV so the memory usage is fine.
 
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magellan

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I have SLI with 2GB versions and they hold up fine for me. A lot will depend on your resolution. I play on a 1080p TV so the memory usage is fine.

Can you use DSR w/SLI setups?

Most all of the games I play these days use up more than 2 GiB of VRAM (even @ 1600x1200) and some of them I'm sure would use more than 3 GiB if I had it. Used 4 GiB 770's are relatively cheap now < $300 in the 'states.