Sleeping Dogs isn’t a problem for modern graphics cards, so its speed depends on the performance of the whole platform. This is indicated by the efficiency of the 2-way SLI tandem, which is as high as 93-96% with 8x MSAA and only 30-66% without 8x MSAA. Anyway, the GeForce GTX 760 SLI configuration is always ahead of the GeForce GTX 780 and offers high bottom speed.
This benchmark is even more CPU-dependent:
It is only with 8x antialiasing that we can appreciate Nvidia’s multi-GPU technology here, and Hitman: Absolution is the first game so far where the GeForce GTX 760 tandem is no faster than the single GeForce GTX 780. Besides, we can note that the pre-overclocked Zotac is but slightly faster than the reference GeForce GTX 760.
The 2-way SLI configuration is good in Crysis 3, enjoying 90% and higher efficiency. So it easily beats the GeForce GTX 780 by 24 to 34%. The bottom speed goes up along with the average frame rate, so the game runs very smoothly. Crysis 3 is just perfect for SLI technology.
Tomb Raider (2013)
We have the same situation in Tomb Raider: