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if it has anythign but samsung ram on it ill cry frown.gif

Samsung is hard for them to get right now, we can hope but have the box of tissues ready in case.
Hynix is pretty good too, but as long as the cards are all competitive it isn't as bad. 1700mhz memory (like the elpida 780s) isn't terrible when all the cards clock like that, but is a bummer when yours does 1700mhz & the next guy gets 2000mhz.

I'm thinking Black edition, hopefully it gets a 3Gb model.

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Samsung is hard for them to get right now, we can hope but have the box of tissues ready in case.
Hynix is pretty good too, but as long as the cards are all competitive it isn't as bad. 1700mhz memory (like the elpida 780s) isn't terrible when all the cards clock like that, but is a bummer when yours does 1700mhz & the next guy gets 2000mhz.

I'm thinking Black edition, hopefully it gets a 3Gb model.

Not reckon the black edition will just be a TI with a higher clocked bios?

if there's an actual hardware difference I'm getting one, if not I'll just mod a normal TI into a black edition biggrin.gif

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think I will sell my 780 and get me a TI, I want to run CoD Ghosts at 96 frames on 1440p OC monitor, and I doubt my 780 can handle it with Physx turned on... need a little extra oomph.
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think I will sell my 780 and get me a TI, I want to run CoD Ghosts at 96 frames on 1440p OC monitor, and I doubt my 780 can handle it with Physx turned on... need a little extra oomph.

100 fps/1440p for me. The challenge has been set. Nothing short of Ultra. SLI black editions/6gb ram each? Sounds good to me.

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think I will sell my 780 and get me a TI, I want to run CoD Ghosts at 96 frames on 1440p OC monitor, and I doubt my 780 can handle it with Physx turned on... need a little extra oomph.

if anything, just grab a second 780, two 780s would easily beat one 780ti.
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Not reckon the black edition will just be a TI with a higher clocked bios?

if there's an actual hardware difference I'm getting one, if not I'll just mod a normal TI into a black edition biggrin.gif

It probably is a regular factory overclocked card, but I like the black cooler. I kept reference 480s for the cooler, love the all metal.
But depends on the memory, don't want 6 or more gigs.

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its hard for me to see a dramatic improvement over a aftermarket 780.. IDK but I just dont see it being much faster than a oc'd 780...

also classified cards usually get released lastly so I doubt they will be released on launch..
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if anything, just grab a second 780, two 780s would easily beat one 780ti.

Yeah it does support SLI. I may I may. smile.gif

will a corsair 750 PSU tx enthusistant 80 bronze handle 780 SLI? as long as I don't OC them? my 2500k is at 4.6ghz 1.39v
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its hard for me to see a dramatic improvement over a aftermarket 780.. IDK but I just dont see it being much faster than a oc'd 780...

also classified cards usually get released lastly so I doubt they will be released on launch..

well thats the thing, you can compare a overclocked 780 to it all day, the 780ti would be a stock for those comparisons. Once you overclock that 780ti, good luck catching it.
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Yeah it does support SLI. I may I may. smile.gif

will a corsair 750 PSU tx enthusistant 80 bronze handle 780 SLI? as long as I don't OC them? my 2500k is at 4.6ghz 1.39v

yeah it should handle it pretty easily.
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