First, if this is already here or this is a really stupid idea just let me know. I've just started looking at PC components again and have a hard time finding what I'm looking for and my knowledge isn't what it used to be. ------------------------- I've yet to see this anywhere yet I think it'd be really nice to have. Example: You have a GTX 580. You're looking to upgrade to the GTX 680. That's great and all but is it really the best use of your money? http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Prod...3.409.413.412.414.415.416.417.418.419.420.421 According to this why not? It's faster than the 580 so sure. Some numbers to pull away so you don't have to look at a link(From Anandtech Bench): Crysis: Warhead 2560x1660 GTX 680: 31.3 GTX 580:26 Metro 2033 2560x1600 GTX 680: 37 GTX 580: 27.5 You get the point obviously. But is that the best deal? Well if you have a board, and the room in your case to support SLI, you can compare the GTX 580 SLI to the GTX 680 to decide which choice you'd rather go with. When doing that you get a different view. http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Prod...3.409.413.412.414.415.416.417.418.419.420.421 Crysis: Warhead 2560x1660 GTX 680: 31.3 GTX 580 SLI: 49.2 Metro 2033 2560x1600 GTX 680: 37 GTX 580 SLI: 48.5 Obviously you all get the point again, and probably everyone here has been doing this type of analysis when making their choices anyway. Futhermore, the GTX 580 mentioned in these benches has the equivalent clocks of the Sparkle GTX 580 with the slowest clocks on newegg (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814187125). It's 310 dollars. The cheapest card that matches the clocks on the GTX 680 in this bench is the PNY GTX 680 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133469) at 410 dollars so you'd be getting a bigger performance boost for 100 less dollars. However, I didn't see much data for mid range cards, and in general I think an article with anandtech analysis would be helpful. I always like doing analysis on price to performance ratio and in this case, strictly speaking performance, it seems adding a second GPU is the better option, but of course with a full on article done maybe once or twice a year, using all the data anandtech already has, it'd be a useful tool for everyone I think. I was very excited when I first heard of ATI (back in the day) doing multi GPU and back then they were touting being able to use different GPUs together. That news popped up again more recently, but I still haven't heard much(if you got links on progress to this please share I don't know what to google). If this is silly just say it, but I thought this would be a useful article for all of us looking at upgrade paths. If it's a good idea though lets request for it and if not, well I'll sink back into a dark hole =D.