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^ Maybe people just don't want to deal with rambus.

Well if we would get double the peak bandwidth, I think almost everyone would be happy.
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So if I understood you correctly, then the non-reference cooler will be out in a month or 2 from release, if Nvidia allows it.
then Nvidia probaly won't allow non-reference PCB's, but I didn't understood the Project green (Red) thing you wrote.

if EVGA's teaser for a non ref cooler is anything to go by we may see some on the 23rd
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so I bought 2 titans for $999 each. Should I be pissed about the 780?????blinksmiley.gif
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I would put this more on Intel than on AMD as AMD is the co-founder of GDDR5 and actually would like to replace their GDDR5 with XDR or GDDR6 once it is proven to work flawlessly like current standards.
Businesses don't like to take risks while mass producing.

Yes, true. I will edit the post, cause your right.
It was more Intel fault, but you also stated that they don't like taking risks when mass producing.
That's also true, but I think after 8 years, from when the memory was made. I think that they polished the errors, and it would work properly at least by now.
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if EVGA's teaser for a non ref cooler is anything to go by we may see some on the 23rd

Yes, true.
I was thinkng with maybe going with EVGA's non-ref cooler, if they already releasing it at the same date as the GTX 780 is being released.
Just that they probably going to price it at their own price, because they will probably be the only ones with the non-ref coolers at the beginning of the GTX 780 release. If the price won't be out of this earth then I might go with EVGA after market cooler.
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You have to expect a non ref cooler at around 600$ from evga.
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Yes, true.
I was thinkng with maybe going with EVGA's non-ref cooler, if they already releasing it at the same date as the GTX 780 is being released.
Just that they probably going to price it at their own price, because they will probably be the only ones with the non-ref coolers at the beginning of the GTX 780 release. If the price won't be out of this earth then I might go with EVGA after market cooler.

hoping EVGA put the same page live they did with the 680 where you could see all the versions they are going to make

that way I can see if they are doing a 6GB version and I can hold off till then and if they arent just buy the cheapest EVGA do :L
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so I bought 2 titans for $999 each. Should I be pissed about the 780?????blinksmiley.gif


Don't be, Titans still going to be the best, probably until the GTX 800 series in 2014, if still after that.
Also I'm jealous of you, because you got 2x Titans, and because it was so cheap for you.
Here in Norway cheapest Titan at the moment is for around 1300$ and the better quality ones are for 1500$.
While the GTX 680 is for 640$......When I'm like buying parts I'm going usually to Germany.
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You have to expect a non ref cooler at around 600$ from EVGA

Not so bad, if it would go for the same price here in Norway. The cheapest GTX 680 is still for 640$ here.
I expect around 700$ or 750$ tag.....or will have to go to trip to Norway again.
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hoping EVGA put the same page live they did with the 680 where you could see all the versions they are going to make

that way I can see if they are doing a 6GB version and I can hold off till then and if they arent just buy the cheapest EVGA do :L

Will you play Last Light on your 780? Just curious.
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Here in Norway cheapest Titan at the moment is for around 1300$ and the better quality ones are for 1500$.
While the GTX 680 is for 640$......When I'm like buying parts I'm going usually to Germany.
Not so bad, if it would go for the same price here in Norway. The cheapest GTX 680 is still for 640$ here.
I expect around 700$ or 750$ tag.....or will have to go to trip to Norway again.
Better quality in terms of brand service/warranty as all Titans are reference.
Btw I know that feel bro Titans don't come cheap here in the EU
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