1 GPU vs 2 GPUs

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    carwiz said:
    But you are that kind of guy for reasons I don't understand. And you are incorrect. I didn't say British humor for a reason. If you are British, you could be from England or any one of 14 other territorial possessions. The humor is quite different in all of them. And they all don't speak English. Perhaps I was just as incorrect in saying "American" in that there are three Americas and each very different. Even so; when the world speaks of Americans, there's hardly any confusion about which country is the subject. In any case; I will take to mind the humor, or lack of it, of the Finish from now on. :)
    But how can I be "that kind of guy" if you don't understand how I am able to be one, savvy mate?

    So basically what people are recommending is that I should sell all three and buy 1 powerful card?
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    2 x 7870 any day all day
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    python134r said:
    2 x 7870 any day all day
    Agreed, as for people saying about them needing a lot of power and raise a lot of heat, i think this is only with reference cards? and in my opinion, never buy a reference card unless you cant wait like 1 month for 3rd party.

    As for the humor thing, it isn't British humor, Im scottish, dont class myself as british, never have never will. Scottish humor is FAR different from english, welsh or even northern irish humor, purely because of the manor we speak and the sometimes brutal vocab we use:)!
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       #24

    I agree put both 7870s in there and compare the WEI score with the GTX

    Run some benchmarks too.

    Heaven 4.0 is probably the toughest.

    Show us your Unigine Heaven benchmark scores!
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