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I guess nvidia would not put a 780 in the market that could outperform the Titan @500$.
No one would buy the titan anymore.
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They have to make it stronger than 7970 and possibly 7970ghz tho. Actually doesn't a superclocked Gtx 680 beat a 7970ghz? Where is the 780 going to be then. biggrin.gif
post #52 of 103
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They have to make it stronger than 7970 and possibly 7970ghz tho. Actually doesn't a superclocked Gtx 680 beat a 7970ghz? Where is the 780 going to be then. biggrin.gif

The 680 is €100 more so it in theory it should beat the 7970 in all specs... rolleyes.gif
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post #53 of 103
I'm not expecting the 7 series before late October. Looks like they are going to tweak/milk their current lineup and add one or two derivatives of Titan. Crap year for video cards... especially with pricing.
post #54 of 103
^^ Interesting suggestion about derivatives. But by diong something like a Titan LE, they cannibalize the market that would buy 780's.
post #55 of 103
Double post.
post #56 of 103
Take this article with a grain of salt but I'm crossing my fingers...

http://exophase.com/59000/rumor-nvidia-prepping-slimmed-down-gk110-with-5gb-vram-possible-gtx-780/
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Nvidia prepares slimmed down Geforce GTX Titan by GK110..

so basically they are crippling themselves in regards to the GTX 780 with this move.
maybe not crippling but it does leave me perplexed on the plans with it.

The Plan is probably a March 2014 GTX 780 with a Maxwell Chip, although the July Release date is a bit weird, I'd think May makes more sense if they have anything new coming out late Q4 2013 early Q1 2014.
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I thought the GTX 7 and the GTX 780 in-particular was to be a tweak like the GTX 5 is/was to the GTX 4 series..?

But now the Titan series? have basically take then Kepler Refresh/ GK 11X role, the next step forward for GTX 780 would be Maxwell.

http://videocardz.com/40204/nvidia-preps-gk110based-geforce-with-2496-cuda-cores

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All circuits are not flawless in production, but losses can be offset by switching off defective units and reuse processors downgraded models - so-called "binning". With 7.1 billion transistors, Nvidia a giant chip on his neck with GK110 and now there is talk of this graphics processor shows up in another Geforce.

According to the SweClockers now preparing a slimmed down Nvidia graphics card with circuit GK110, known from Geforce GTX Titan. The exact details are not yet known, but the source says that the graphics card is based on essentially the same configuration as Tesla, K20. That would mean 2496 CUDA cores, 320-bit memory bus, and 5 GB of GDDR5 memory. Nvidia has the opportunity to halve the amount of memory with the same bandwidth.

These specifications can be compared with 2688 CUDA cores, 384-bit memory bus, and 6 GB of GDDR5 memory on GeForce GTX Titan, which also suggests that the new graphics card is designed for a lower price range. Geforce GTX Titanium costs in the current situation around 9000 Euros including VAT.

The launch is expected to take place sometime in the third quarter, possibly in July or August.
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Take this article with a grain of salt but I'm crossing my fingers...

http://exophase.com/59000/rumor-nvidia-prepping-slimmed-down-gk110-with-5gb-vram-possible-gtx-780/
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http://exophase.com
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Citing unnamed sources, a report from Swedish overclocking site Sweclockers claims Nvidia is prepping a slimmed down card based on its GK110 Kepler architecture. Reportedly, the card will boast 5GB of VRAM on a 320-bit memory bus, coupled with 2496 CUDA cores. The same site broke the news of Nvidia’s Geforce Titan ahead of its announcement, so there’s a good chance this information is on the mark.

Comparatively, the GeForce Titan has 2688 CUDA cores, a 384-bit memory bus, 6 GB of GDDR5. Therefore, this card is looking like a slight downgrade, at least on paper. It would however, fill the price gap nicely between the $500 GTX680 and $1000 Titan, especially if Nvidia has a second cut-down variant ready, like a GTX770.

The card will reportedly launch around July to August. Unfortunately, we wouldn’t expect Nvidia to price these too aggressively unless AMD has new cards in the pipeline as well.

Edited by malmental - 3/18/13 at 6:50pm
post #59 of 103
Titan Lite is plausible, but the 780 I highly doubt will be based off GK110. My reasoning for this is the question: what have their engineers been doing the last year? It takes no effort from an engineering standpoint no sell different chops of a design (at least how Intel works, the chip is designed from the beginning knowing the defeaturing roadmap). So pretty much their engineers would have to be sitting idle for the last 5 months since the Tesla K20 release if we're to believe the 780 will just be a cutdown version of it. Really they would have to have been sitting idle for even longer since you have teams working on the next product before the current one is released (using Intel again as an ex., Skylake is already being worked on and Haswell isn't even out yet).
post #60 of 103
I'm liking the 500-550 pricepoint of the gtx 780 gtx if its correct like the 80 usually is around that price-range when first released. thumb.gif

What do you think is more bang for the buck tho? gtx 770 or gtx 780? I think it might by the 70 series as usual but don't quote me on it. Is the 80 series worth the extra 175 more it probably costs to get it?

I can't afford a 1 grand card. The most I paid for a card was 383 for my gtx 470 and it died, but gigabyte was kind enough to replace it with a gtx 570 because I was still on Warranty. I had to sign and do crazy amounts of things to get the warranty but I'm assuming most companies even EVGA probably try doing that because I don't think any company likes doing their warrant but realize its better for business to support their warranty. Which brand of graphics card are usually the best for overclocking and which is best for warranty? So far I've used Gigabyte and XFX.

XFX 8800 gts 320mb card= Paid around 300-320 for it
Gigabyte Gtx 470= Paid almost exactly 383 and thats me including the taxes and I forget if shipping was free or not
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