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So the 770 is confirmed 2GB 256 bit ? Wow.... i was expecting more VRAM or something... but 5% more performance? I get more than 5% overclocking my 670 FTW! lol! why on earth would i get a 770??

Might as well go tri-sli with these...

5% over a 680.

It's a refresh, what did you expect?
 
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post #42 of 933
Remember the 480 and 580 refresh?
Wasn't much difference in performance but the revised cooler made the difference in the overall experience.

The 580 was a success. I think the same will happen here with the new coolers.
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post #43 of 933
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5% over a 680.

It's a refresh, what did you expect?

I was expecting a miracle, to be quite honest. Thought NVidia wouldnt milk us. sad-smiley-002.gif
post #44 of 933
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So the 770 is confirmed 2GB 256 bit ? Wow.... i was expecting more VRAM or something... but 5% more performance? I get more than 5% overclocking my 670 FTW! lol! why on earth would i get a 770??

Might as well go tri-sli with these...

I agree as well, people with 670/680 is not suppose to be even considering to purchase these cards...if you're coming from a lesser card then these rebranded gpu are good to start with....
    
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post #45 of 933
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So the 770 is confirmed 2GB 256 bit ? Wow.... i was expecting more VRAM or something... but 5% more performance? I get more than 5% overclocking my 670 FTW! lol! why on earth would i get a 770??

Might as well go tri-sli with these...

Try reading it again - 5% over the 680, not 5% over the 670....
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post #46 of 933
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I was expecting a miracle, to be quite honest. Thought NVidia wouldnt milk us. sad-smiley-002.gif

It's a bigger improvement than either camp offered with last gen's refresh....
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I agree as well, people with 670/680 is not suppose to be even considering to purchase these cards...if you're coming from a lesser card then these rebranded gpu are good to start with....

the 770 no but the 780 is a different animal altogether.
 
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I got an old HD 5750. Defently think it's time to upgrade tongue.gif Think I go for 670/770. But it depends on the price range (bit expensive in Denmark)
    
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post #48 of 933
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It's a bigger improvement than either camp offered with last gen's refresh....
the 770 no but the 780 is a different animal altogether.

not exactly true either. If 780 is price for $800.00, I would rather wait and save $200.00 more to jump in another dimension with the gtx titan....

6 gb memory + 384 bit will get you covered for a while.
    
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post #49 of 933
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5% over a 680.

It's a refresh, what did you expect?


I was expecting a GK110 2304sp, 320bit.
+ 20/25% from 680
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not exactly true either. If 780 is price for $800.00, I would rather wait and save $200.00 more to jump in another dimension with the gtx titan....

And what proof exactly have we had of a $800 price tag...

Even the rumor that said it might be close to the Titan's price was suggesting $599-$699.
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I was expecting a GK110 2304sp, 320bit.
+ 20/25% from 680

The 5% is talking about the 770. 780 is getting GK110 and we don't know the performance yet.

So yes 20% is more than likely seeing how the Titan is ~45% faster than a 680.
 
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