Hey guys, I've been reading into various GPU's over the past few weeks A LOT! And I ultimately narrowed it down to the GTX 680 or the GTX 770. I am seriously stuck here. Im going to list a few pro's and con's of the two cards. GTX 680: Pro: Flashable - lower TDP (195W) - it is just known to work great in the Mac Con: weaker then 770 - more expensive & harder to get GTX 770: Pro: stronger then GTX 680 - less expensive and easier to get Con: not flashable (atleast I did not find any EFI roms) - 230W TDP I always read that the 770 is just a little beefier 680, however, benchmarks show quite some difference in various tasks. And on top of that the 770 is - why the hell ever - cheaper then the 680. Also, it's quite hard to get a used 680 where I live. Is the GTX 770 also able to work with only two 6 pins connected like some of the 680 models are? The 770 is listed to have a TDP of 230W, however, this test revealed that it's maximum TDP was actually 214W. (if I got that right) http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_770_Direct_Cu_II_OC/25.html Then on the other hand I'm thinking - Is a regular 770 even still superior to a clocked 680? I would like to get either the EVGA SC Signature or the FTW 4GB Edition of the 680 which both are slightly overclocked. The 770 has higher bandwidth, but still... http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/b150/evga-gtx-680-sc-signature.html http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/b153/evga-gtx-680-ftw.html http://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/b2038/evga-gtx-770-w-acx-cooler.html These are the models I am interested in. I think the 680 would be the smarter decision, and I will PROBABLY end up with one anyways, but I thought I'd ask you guys for some help first.