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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

If only Dell, Asus, etc., released 1440P+ monitors that were capable of legit 120hz refresh rates.

So much GPU power and no proper monitors to play them on...what a waste.

We won't this year at least. All we have is monitors that claim to overclock to 120hz that are 2560. But stability and other issues have come to light with overclocking these monitors. I'm starting to wonder if it can be done. We have had 120hz monitors out for how many years now. Yet they can't break 1080p. Nothing announced ces2013 from anyone 2560 120hz. Its all about 4k resolutions. It could be a long time before these find there way into computer monitors and are affordable. Also add in the gpu's being able to run these resolutions. 2560 already brings top tier gpu's to there knee's. Just have to settle with 1080p 120hz for now because the lag on current 2560 monitors is terrible. For anyone saying different, go play on a 24" 120hz monitor and then switch back to your 60hz 2560. Its like stepping out of a lambo into a civic. Its so dramatic when you do a side by side test.
 
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You're gaming on a 1080p/60Hz screen? I'd sell one now. One 580 should easily carry you over at that res until next gen, or even longer really...

Well yes for the moment but the monitor market is changing this year. Id don't want to go for a mustli-scree setup but I DO want to go for a 1440p / 1600p / 120+Hz this year. Yes an SLI is need for a constant 60FPS In all gmaes and future games maxed out (when I say maxed out, it's completely maxed out biggrin.gif )


.... AAAANNDD nobody answered my first question: sorry if I'm a PITB but do we know the release date for the 780 and for the Ttan? Will the Titan be released on the same time as the 780?

The 780 is expected "no sooner than March" I guess that's April / May then?
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So what's your plan then? Are you going to run SLI 470s forever, and just vow never to get voltage locked cards? Yeah, that makes perfect sens:rolleyes:e.

Because that is exactly what I said, word for word. Obviously if my 470s run out of the horsepower to suit my needs, I will bite the bullet. For now I am happy with sticking with what I have. If the Nvidia TitanGTX780GK110 releases with voltage control, I can guarantee you I will purchase two.


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This is silly. Why would you even need it, when the card can be pushed to about 200mhz faster on stack voltage? So you can get another 1-2 fps out of anything? Stupid comment.


Right, how stupid of me, imagine...overclocking on OVERCLOCK.NET Wanting voltage control on OVERCLOCK.NET How stupid of me to want even the most minuscule amount of performance increase on OVERCLOCK.NET

Take your "stack" voltage and get off of my favorite website. Thank you.


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That's fair enough, but one card is almost as powerful, uses less juice and runs cooler biggrin.gif

touche' sir, lol I knew you would say that.+rep
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We won't this year at least. All we have is monitors that claim to overclock to 120hz that are 2560. But stability and other issues have come to light with overclocking these monitors. I'm starting to wonder if it can be done. We have had 120hz monitors out for how many years now. Yet they can't break 1080p. Nothing announced ces2013 from anyone 2560 120hz. Its all about 4k resolutions. It could be a long time before these find there way into computer monitors and are affordable. Also add in the gpu's being able to run these resolutions. 2560 already brings top tier gpu's to there knee's. Just have to settle with 1080p 120hz for now because the lag on current 2560 monitors is terrible. For anyone saying different, go play on a 24" 120hz monitor and then switch back to your 60hz 2560. Its like stepping out of a lambo into a civic. Its so dramatic when you do a side by side test.

I did just that, and I prefer my 60 hz 1440p monitor over 1080p 120hz, its a matter of opinion... I just prefer definition over hz, I play FPS just fine on 60 hz; the difference is not that noticeable for me...
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If they could, why didn't they?

Why did they wait a few months to release the 6xx line after the 7xxx launch?

Why did GK110 only come out in Tesla cards at the end of last year? Why could they not meet demand for ages?

Simple answer, GK110 wasn't ready and they were having yeild issues.
That right there is the reason - you price your product based on what the market will stand.

nVidia produced a competative product and priced it accordingly. Capitalism in action.

I am just quoting what I read.

Maybe they delayed the 6xx launch because they where having yield problems with the 110 and stopped production to make the 6xx and that is why they were delayed.

I know, that is stupid and makes no sense at all.

I am not arguing with you. I am just saying that the 6xx is not a high end product. Just because they tweaked it to be one does not make it one.

I have been a Nvidia fanboi since voodoo went under and will continue until Nvidia goes under.

I am just saying that over charging for a product that it really isn't.

I know we are spinning our wheels on the subject and we should not be. In my mind the 680 and 670 was never meant to be those lines. Nvidia made them that and got away with it and charged for it. I paid for something I knew that it wasn't meant to be.

Like I said. I am a suckered for doing it, but I needed the 670 for a 3 monitor set up with only 1 card and I was going to stick with Nvidia.
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Because that is exactly what I said, word for word. Obviously if my 470s run out of the horsepower to suit my needs, I will bite the bullet. For now I am happy with sticking with what I have. If the Nvidia TitanGTX780GK110 releases with voltage control, I can guarantee you I will purchase two.
Right, how stupid of me, imagine...overclocking on OVERCLOCK.NET Wanting voltage control on OVERCLOCK.NET How stupid of me to want even the most minuscule amount of performance increase on OVERCLOCK.NET

Take your "stack" voltage and get off of my favorite website. Thank you.
touche' sir, lol I knew you would say that.+rep

I can definitely agree that voltage control is a hotly, most wanted feature and I'd love to see it come back... but I won't lose sleep on it not being there!
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.... AAAANNDD nobody answered my first question: sorry if I'm a PITB but do we know the release date for the 780 and for the Ttan? Will the Titan be released on the same time as the 780?

The 780 is expected "no sooner than March" I guess that's April / May then?

We don't "know" anything regarding 780 or Titan's release date. This article did speculate sometime in Feburary and some people followed up with speculation that it might release just after Crysis 3. I personally think the chance the $900 Titan being the 780 is fairly slim, that price point is more suited for a Limited Edition 785 Titanium:, $900 6 GB Vram surrond ready card with 5+ monitor support.

Then a few month after Titan Nvidia will roll out the GTX 780 with GK114 or GK110 with 10(instead of 14) SMX unit at around $500-$550 with more option for non-reference designs.
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We don't "know" anything regarding 780 or Titan's release date. This article did speculate sometime in Feburary and some people followed up with speculation that it might release just after Crysis 3. I personally think the chance the $900 Titan being the 780 is fairly slim, that price point is more suited for a Limited Edition 785 Titanium:, $900 6 GB Vram surrond ready card with 5+ monitor support.

Then a few month after Titan Nvidia will roll out the GTX 780 with GK114 or GK110 with 10(instead of 14) SMX unit at around $500-$550 with more option for non-reference designs.

I said something similar, I think. I think it'll be NVidia's own brand or special spin on the Asus ROGs Mars versions and such.
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I hope they do release a proper 780 with support for non-reference boards. I want Lightnings dammit! biggrin.gif
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Depends on the fermis... as you can see from brettjv's thread, he needed a 1330mhz+ 670 to match 470s at 800mhz. Now just imagine 580s close to the 1ghz range which is about as rare as a getting 1330mhz on a 670. The Kepler card wouldn't stand a chance. Same goes for 480s and 570s. 590 is a bit trickier one since it doesn't OC so well.

People usually get a feeling that new hardware is much more powerful when in fact it really isn't that much better. I've been told many times that I should upgrade to a 7950 because it would crush my card.

Yea, I have my Factory OC'ed 570 running at 900@1.0 volts under water. Normal stock clock is 732 and mine was 768 something like that.
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