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I'm seriously considering jumping ships to AMD if NVIDIA thinks their medium chips should sell for $500 and their big ones for $1000 from now on.

I hope the rumors are false and that the GTX780 won't come with GK114.
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What is the realistic power consumption im going to be looking at with a 4.8ghz 3930K and titans in sli overclocked to the max? 900w?
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post #473 of 606
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I'm seriously considering jumping ships to AMD if NVIDIA thinks their medium chips should sell for $500 and their big ones for $1000 from now on.

I hope the rumors are false and that the GTX780 won't come with GK114.

What's the difference? This will have more performance, so it's priced higher. A 780 will be on par with a 8970 as usual and be priced accordingly. What's the difference if there's a $1000 monster out there, it doesn't make the 8970/780 any slower.
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post #474 of 606
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I'm seriously considering jumping ships to AMD if NVIDIA thinks their medium chips should sell for $500 and their big ones for $1000 from now on.

I hope the rumors are false and that the GTX780 won't come with GK114.

you are misinformed then. the gtx 780 will not be priced around 1000.
this titan is not the 780, titan is way more powerful than 780.

if you want to jump ships just because one manufacturer have a holy grail and super expensive card then go, nobody is stopping you.
Edited by ghostrider85 - 2/11/13 at 2:49pm
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Sticking to my Tri-SLI 660Ti's biggrin.gif glad i only bought my 3rd last week
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I'm seriously considering jumping ships to AMD if NVIDIA thinks their medium chips should sell for $500 and their big ones for $1000 from now on.

I hope the rumors are false and that the GTX780 won't come with GK114.

Au Revoir. No one says you have to pay it. Real enthusiasts choose to pay it because we want the best smile.gif

Its amds fault nvidia gave us mid range kepler as a 680. If they had actually released a card that performed well nvidia would have had to give us big kepler sooner for less $$$$$
Edited by Stay Puft - 2/11/13 at 2:48pm
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I'm seriously considering jumping ships to AMD if NVIDIA thinks their medium chips should sell for $500 and their big ones for $1000 from now on.

I hope the rumors are false and that the GTX780 won't come with GK114.

Problem is that Fermi high end GPUs was big. Both of them.

GTX 480 526mm^2. Launch price: $499

GTX 580 520mm^2. Launch price: $500 (GTX 480 at that time $420)


Now with Kepler, which is a totally different situation:

GTX 680 295mm^2: Launch price: $499

GTX Titan 502mm^2: Launch price: $?


You see where I`m getting at? GTX 580 was easy to price as GTX 480 because the die was the same size. GTX Titan however is 70% bigger and have 200% more transistors. It will never be sold at $500 like Fermi. Never.

The similarity between Fermi and Kepler is that GTX 680 --> GTX 780 (GK104 --> GK114) and will be sold at the same price. The two will have almost equally big die, and the GTX 480 --> GTX 580 (GF100 --> GF110) repeats itself. Trust me on this
Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/11/13 at 2:58pm
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Au Revoir. No one says you have to pay it. Real enthusiasts choose to pay it because we want the best smile.gif

When did 'real' enthusiasts become a term for a certain price point? As far as I've always been concerned a real enthusiast is someone who gets the best they can afford.

I'm sicking of seeing "real enthusiasts have quad sli, real enthusiasts have 3 monitors, etc.",

Sorry for the rant, but the term is being thrown around too easily. I didn't know someone buys a ferrari is now a car enthusiast simply because they have the car thumb.gif

On that note, $699 is a fair price for this card IMO, no more (and that's still 200 bucks more than I feel this card should be since it should realistically be a 780). Realistically it's not this HUGE jump that warrants that cost, even factoring in the premimum for high end parts.

What I don't understand is why no one seems annoyed that Nvidia clearly has the cards ready and it's the same architecture yet they choose to release it as some god card when realistically it should be a 780.

Nvidia is essentially castrating the 780 on purpose if all these rumors are true. People complain about AMD holding back if they don't release a 8970 this year, but this is a prime example of nvidia taking advantage of the consumers.

It's not like the 680 nor 690 are brand new anymore...
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Problem is that Fermi high end GPUs was big. Both of them.

GTX 480 526mm^2. Launch price: $499

GTX 580 520mm^2. Launch price: $500 (GTX 480 at that time $420)


Now with Kepler, which is a totally different situation:

GTX 680 295mm^2: Launch price: $499

GTX 780 ***mm^2: Launch price: $499

GTX Titan 502mm^2: Launch price: $?


fixed! everyone keeps forgetting that the titan is not the 780.
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When did 'real' enthusiasts become a term for a certain price point? As far as I've always been concerned a real enthusiast is someone who gets the best they can afford.

I'm sicking of seeing "real enthusiasts have quad sli, real enthusiasts have 3 monitors, etc.",

Sorry for the rant, but the term is being thrown around too easily. I didn't know someone buys a ferrari is now a car enthusiast simply because they have the car thumb.gif

On that note, $699 is a fair price for this card IMO, no more (and that's still 200 bucks more than I feel this card should be since it should realistically be a 780). Realistically it's not this HUGE jump that warrants that cost, even factoring in the premimum for high end parts.

What I don't understand is why no one seems annoyed that Nvidia clearly has the cards ready and it's the same architecture yet they choose to release it as some god card when realistically it should be a 780.

Nvidia is essentially castrating the 780 on purpose if all these rumors are true. People complain about AMD holding back if they don't release a 8970 this year, but this is a prime example of nvidia taking advantage of the consumers.

It's not like the 680 nor 690 are brand new anymore...

The only problem with titan being a 780 is that amd has nothing to counter it with. It would take a 35xx shader tahiti to match a titan. The next 780 will probably be gk114 with 19xx cuda cores
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