Originally Posted by Nocturin
They don't think it be like it is, but it do.
They never seem to think nothing be like it is. ;-;
Originally Posted by Razor 116
So let me get this straight Nvidia is going to release a card that is not 7xx series, more powerful than a GTX 690 supposedly in a new line for "Enthusiasts" called Titan whilst also having the 7xx series coming out Q3-Q4. So is the 780 going to be toned down or are they going to be faster than a 680 but not as fast as a GeForce Titan. All seems a little far fetched to me but we'll see in the coming weeks.
The Titan is entering a class of single GPUs that in recent history only had one other member (the 8800 Ultra). It has no equivalent in the 600 series, or any series before that until you get back to the 8 series... and even then, the 8800 Ultra really wasn't much better than the GTX; it just clocked insanely high (similar to the HD 4890 on the ATI side). The GeForce 700 series will be a moderate improvement over the 600 series, probably around 15-30%, which is reasonable considering they're on the same 28nm node.
Here's how it's probably going to stack up:
GTX 680 - 1536 SPs - 2GB/4GB 256-bit GDDR5 - 32 ROPs - GK104 - ~$500
GTX 770 - ~1728 SPs - 2GB/4GB 256-bit GDDR5 - 32 ROPs - GK114 - ~$400
GTX 780 - ~1920 SPs - 2GB/4GB 256-bit GDDR5 - 32 ROPs - GK114 - ~$500
Titan - ~2688 SPs - 6GB 384-bit GDDR5 - 48 ROPs - GK110 - ~$900
GTX 690 - 3072 SPs - 4GB 512-bit GDDR5 - 64 ROPs - GK104 x2 - ~$1000
GTX 790 - ~3840 SPs - 4GB/8GB? 512-bit GDDR5 - 64 ROPs - GK114 x2 - $????
On the AMD side there probably won't be a direct competitor:
HD 7970 - 2048 SPs - 3GB 384-bit GDDR5 - 32 ROPs - ~$550 (now down to ~$400 ofc)
HD 8950 - ~2304 SPs - 3GB 384-bit GDDR5 - 48 ROPs - ~$400?
HD 8970 - ~2560 SPs - 3GB/6GB 384-bit GDDR5 - 48 ROPs - ~$500?
HD 7990 (Dual Tahiti XT ) - 4096 SPs - 6GB 768-bit GDDR5 - 64 ROPs - ~$900
HD 8990 (Dual 8970) - ~5120 SPs - 6GB/12GB 768-bit GDDR5 - 96 ROPs - ~$1000?
These are just the generally accepted rumors going around though so don't quote me on it... they're probably correct though.Edited by Usario - 2/5/13 at 1:53pm