Originally Posted by i7monkey
And the 780 will make the Titan have even worse price/performance.
I still want the performance of a Titan, but the 780 will be a better buy support wise because despite what Nvidia says about Titan not being a limited release, I don't think their driver support for Titan will be as good as the 700 series.
For me it was a no brainer, and it worked out great.
I bought the titan in hopes of not having to replace it again to top out on the next gen cards. I was right, I won't have to.
I could have spent $500 on a 680 now, then another 600 on a 780 later.... and I still wouldn't have the performance of the titan. Now, granted I could sell the 680 and get some of the money back, but even if I manage to sell if for 300, I will still have nearly the cost of the Titan invested by the time the 780 makes it into my rig.
If anyone has any buyers remorse over buying the Titan in the last few months, consider that fact. Suddenly it has much better long term value. Performance per dollar is ****e, but that wasn't what I was after.