Thinking I could sell my 2x GTX970's and get a single GTX980Ti. I don't hate them or anything I just think it would be less hassle having a single high end GPU than two. Less heat, less power draw (970's barely use anything tbh), less driver hassle, bigger frame buffer, would be able to use DSR as SLI and GSYNC together don't currently support DSR at all. What do you guys think, I know there would be a downgrade in some games with performance and quite a bit in benchmarks but that is to be expected going from 2 GPU's to 1 GPU but I doubt it would be much and in some cases I would get more performance I think. My MSI GAMING 4G GTX970's still sell for £269 from Scan. I reckon I could get easily £200 for both and then the 980Ti would only cost me £150 extra (1 of my 970's is exdisplay though but no damage at all) both GPU's boost to 1329MHz on their own. I have not had them overclocked or used them for any form of mining or folding. Only used them for gaming and very light benchmarking? What do you think? I would wait for Pascal but that probably won't be until the mid to end of next year. I am only at 1080p GSYNC monitor at the moment so SLI is also complete overkill (as would a 980Ti but I want to use DSR so the bigger framebuffer would be nice). I might upgrade later next year to either 1440p or even 4K if prices are decent and then SLI would become viable again and a second 980Ti would be cheaper too? You can tell I have talked my self into this already but I wanted a few second opinions? Was going to sell them on here first then ebay them if they don't sell.