Originally Posted by i7monkey
They've got so many products being crammed in a $500-$1000 envelope that it's complicating things so much.
Where does all this fit in performance wise? Is there 10-15% difference between each product (not counting 680-690). How much is the 780 going to overlap price and performance wise with the Titan Sr/Jr?
There are so many what ifs here, and you're right someone's getting the shaft. Either Titan Sr. users, where the 780 comes out in 6 months and performs just as fast and costs $500, or 780 users, where they waited 6 months for only a 15% improvement over the 680.
To me, it wouldn't make sense for the 780 to be only 15% faster than a 680, I think the Titan might be a test-dummy and should lose to the 780 price and performance wise.
But then again, what do I know? This is all so speculative.
Go look at the $150 - $200 market, and the options available there.
650 TI, 650 TI Boost, 660.
When the 780 / 770 release, the 680 / 670 will slowly be phased out.
IF rumors are true, 780 will be based on GK114 ( now being called GK204? ), and will not be faster than Titan, or LE.
Here's my speculation on pricing.
GTX 770 - $400
GTX 780 - $500
Titan LE - $750
Titan - $1000
Repeating what has already been said, if we had more Single GPU competition from the red team, NVIDIA wouldn't have been able to double the price of the 580 replacement now called Titan.Edited by 2010rig - 4/4/13 at 12:43pm