Nah, i want the extra oomph from the 680 and I only game at 1920x1200 with no AA, so I don't need 4gigs of VRAM, its a waste.
if 200 + fps @ 1920 x 1200 and high gpu speeds is all you care about, when gaming, I think you're missing out on better picture quality, and that will be your loss... That little epeen factor does very little after a short period of time. A monster gpu like the 680 is made to push everything to the max. Even with a 680, you won't fully utilize it with 0x AA or FXAA or TXAA or CSAA.
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