Originally Posted by wholeeo
On second thought I'm prob staying with my Titan's even if the 780s are @ 500 and within 10% performance
. I'm just too beat and tired to drain my loop once again, sell blocks, do returns, buy new cards, buy new blocks. I finally got my system how I want it and with early reports of Haswell looking mediocre my system will most likely stay as is till something really excites me. Wanted to move my system into a 900D but by the way that's looking I won't receive mine till some time next year. I think I've spent the last month or so fiddling around with my system, overclocking and benchmarking more than actually playing anything. I think its time I settle down and run through my ridiculous backlog.
Man, I´ll be quite upset if that is true. I won´t trade my TITANs for 780s, even because I doubt anyone sane would be willing to pay $900-950 for each one of them, if they can get the 780s for $500-600 at only 10% lower performance (and launched only two months later?). Only hardcore enthusiasts would be willing to do that, but they all got their TITANs already.
That would also be a R.I.P for the TITAN market, or a lower price fix, which would also be a low blow at early adopters. Edited by Devnant - 5/17/13 at 7:36am