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Hello, GTX 760 should be about 40-50% faster than Radeon R9 260. However I don't see any point putting it in to the 4 way SLI. More than enough is 2 way SLI. My advice is if you want to spend so much money on GPU think about buying new GTX 960 or GTX 970. Those cards by itself run newest Far Cry in HD res. full details… see more Hello, GTX 760 should be about 40-50% faster than Radeon R9 260. However I don't see any point putting it in to the 4 way SLI. More than enough is 2 way SLI. My advice is if you want to spend so much money on GPU think about buying new GTX 960 or GTX 970. Those cards by itself run newest Far Cry in HD res. full details min 35-40 FPS. see less
By Tomas on 25 January 2015
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960 is newer architecture, and slightly faster, so if it's cheaper definitely.
By Jack Farrand on 17 February 2015
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If you register the product on the MSI website then it's 3 years, otherwise it's 12 months
By Steven B. on 29 August 2014
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Hello, You need at least 27cm in length. I also recomment to check how wide is your case. Includind power cables you need at least 16cm in width.
By Tomas on 31 March 2015
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Yes this is OC edition, however to put it in this mode as rest of the MSI cards you need to install MSI Gaming APP and use OC mode.
By Tomas on 20 October 2014
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Yes you can (make sure your power supply is powerful enough).
By Tomas on 07 November 2014
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Hey Mr B.
With a lot of computer building experience I can safely say it is your best bet to go with any MSI graphics card over other brands, companies such as MSI, Asus and EVGA only make the cooling system for the graphics card. MSI have the best cooling systems using their renowned Twin Frozr fans, they are the mos… see more
Hey Mr B.
With a lot of computer building experience I can safely say it is your best bet to go with any MSI graphics card over other brands, companies such as MSI, Asus and EVGA only make the cooling system for the graphics card. MSI have the best cooling systems using their renowned Twin Frozr fans, they are the most efficient and also tends to be the quietest at the same time. Without a doubt, go for MSI... You will be incredibly pleased. Their Twin Frozr fans perform well at keeping the card cool at stock speeds and are very good at keeping the card cool when over clocking as well.
When over clocking MSI have also developed their own application for Windows OS, it is incredibly easy to use and does a fantastic job, this program is called MSI Afterburner and is free to download. In fact if I remember correctly a disk will come with the graphics card for you to install Afterburner off.
I hope this helped. Goodluck and enjoy your component gathering, purchasing and computer building.
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By Christopher V. on 07 October 2014