Originally Posted by Avonosac
Titan is definitely still a beast of a card, but when you put a block on the 780ti classified, with memory pushing 2000mhz and core clocks around 1200, you're going to see that card is much more capable than a Titan.
For sure. But at that point you'll be paying near Titan prices some 9 months after the release of Titan. And if EVGA releases a 6GB Classy, then you will be paying Titan prices.
Max overclocks on average, I'm expecting 10-15% better than Titan. That's assuming 1250/7500 clocks on the Ti, compared to say 1150/6500 on a Titan. I think that's being a little bit conservative, but raising either the Ti or Titan won't change the difference much. It will definitely separate itself from Titan, but it's not going to blow it away.
There's not much reason even for Titan owners who do not need the DP performance to switch. But if you're running a single monitor and can do it breaking even, then go for it. It would be a free 10-15% performance increase at the cost of an extra 3GB of VRAM that you'll probably never need.Edited by Creator - 11/7/13 at 10:22am