Originally Posted by Joa3d43
Originally Posted by alancsalt
Do you have a link for that review? It's something I'm interested in, but hard info is difficult to find. Plenty of bland assertions, but no testing data..............
Swag: According to http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=374923
it's a paper launch tomorrow, and Titan will be limited quantity/expensive.
4k video will likely change the VRAM calculation anyhow as it will double requirements (mind you, most 2 GB cards would still be ok even then depending on resolutions)...current GTX series can apparently not run 4 K, but a future BIOS update might change that...Titan can run 4K right out of the box.
I'll probably upgrade by the time 4k becomes the common. I mean, the 4k TV going on sale is around $30,000! I can't afford that.
I'll stick to my beautiful 1440p monitors for now!
Originally Posted by justanoldman
Originally Posted by Swag
I really can't afford $900 on a single GPU right now. I really only plan to play CS:S and CS:GO and maybe a bit of LoL. Other than that, I don't have too much gaming needs on PC so I don't see a point in dropping $900 on a GPU. I was just thinking when will the normal 700-series line be coming out to see if I should just wait for that instead of jumping on the $400 680.
It is still on my list, I have not ruled it out yet. I can get the Gigabyte 7970 for $420.
Then the Titan and 690 are out, as well as SLI, so single monitor gaming is what you can do. Unless you want to turn down all the settings for a single 680 to try to handle three monitors at 1440p. How can you get such a good deal on a 680?
Well it's $460 on sale + dad's friend works at MC so an extra deal + a gift card still laying around from Christmas. I still have about $150 in gift cards alone!
So I just heard that 700-series that has the GPU that will succeed the 680 will be out Q3/Q4 of this year, so shouldn't I just jump on this great deal?