NVIDIA GTX 760 2-Way SLI Performance Benchmarks (EVGA & Gigabyte)
With our initial review of NVIDIA’s 760, their latest release into the video card market, we’ve received tons and tons of requests to release performance benchmarks of two of those in SLI benchmarks.
Both cards come stock with different clock speeds, so in order to keep things even, we set both GPU Boost clock speeds to the same 1150 MHz as seen in the GPU-Z shots below.
Unlike the reference GTX 760, which uses twin six-pin power connections to run, both the EVGA GTX 760 and Gigabyte versions require a single six pin and 8-pin connection, so keep that in mind if you’re looking to run a similar setup.
Test Setup & Benchmarks
For a combined price point of $520, a pair of GTX 760s in 2-way SLI scale very nicely. They out perform NVIDIA’s GTX 780 which comes in about $130 more expensive, but do keep in mind, a pair of GTX 760s is going to run a lot louder than a single GTX 780 and also have less headroom to work with. Granted, you could water cool these bad boys and not have to worry about fan noise but obviously, that’s the beauty of building a PC, in which you decide what goes in your system. So, after seeing the results, which would you choose? a single GTX 780 or a pair of GTX 760s? As always, thanks for reading here at Tech of Tomorrow.