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I hear you, i had $800.00 as the MAX that i would pay for the Titan, then, it dropped, and, so did my jaw, the rest is History,............biggrin.gif

I am with you there. You see I still bought one though! It may not be worth more than $800, but it is great!

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Honestly if they do go the $750 route i hope reviewers call them out for it. They all talked about the 7970 being so expensive at launch but man if this thing is $200 more at launch then they would be massive hypocrites for ignoring it. I especially want to see the reviews from the reviewers who gave awards and stars to the titan justifying it by saying "it's a halo product" and that it wasn't meant to fit into the normal GTX card line up and therefore was priced accordingly.

Well, I think it was named accordingly for the price they are charging!

If Nvidia charges to much for the 780, I think they will be called out on it. Atleast they should.
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post #302 of 1081
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You honestly think the 780 won't be that much faster than a 7970? Delusional, my friend.
titan is what 30-40% faster. A oced 7970 should be able to compete
Edited by maneil99 - 5/19/13 at 6:55pm
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I just have a hard time seeing the 700+ mark with the cut down vram if it had been the 5GB card yes but with it cut so far back I cant justify it, I would just buy a titian for a few bucks more and be done 2cents.gif
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titan is what 30-40% faster. A oced 7970 should be able to compete

In Unigine Valley (1080p Extreme HD)

Stock HD 7970 : 45 fps
OCed HD 7970: AVG 55 fps (Highest is 63 fps)

Stock GTX Titan: 65 fps
Oced GTX Titan: AVG 75 fps (Highest at 87 fps)


Stock: Titan is 44% faster
Oced: Titan is 36% faster

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I just have a hard time seeing the 700+ mark with the cut down vram if it had been the 5GB card yes but with it cut so far back I cant justify it, I would just buy a titian for a few bucks more and be done 2cents.gif

For a few more bucks ??

1000$ (Titan) - 700$ (GTX780) = 300$ difference.

Check the PCB, they are identical, I really doubt the GTX 780 will be below 600$. And even at 700$ its still tempting.


Edited by KaRLiToS - 5/19/13 at 7:12pm
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titan is what 30-40% faster. A oced 7970 should be able to compete

Same old argument though, the 780 can overclock too.
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In Unigine Valley (1080p Extreme HD)

Stock HD 7970 : 45 fps
OCed HD 7970: AVG 55 fps (Highest is 63 fps)

Stock GTX Titan: 65 fps
Oced GTX Titan: AVG 75 fps (Highest at 87 fps)


Stock: Titan is 44% faster
Oced: Titan is 36% faster
For a few more bucks ??

1000$ (Titan) - 700$ (GTX780) = 300$ difference.

Check the PCB, they are identical, I really doubt the GTX 780 will be below 600$. And even at 700$ its still tempting.


$300 bucks nets double the vram and a cluster so yeah I would do that
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Titan is no issue to get here in Australia...
WOW those prices are amazing!

This is what we have here in NZ, right next to Aus:


Something about the small patch of water between us makes the price jump by 50%. It appears it would be vastly cheaper for a friend to send a card over from Aus than to buy one here...

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Originally Posted by GoldenTiger View Post

Yes, and he was saying none were in stock, all sold out, etc. but they aren't... tongue.gif .

And exactly how long would you wager that one will be in stock considering every EVGA is gone? Check amazon too, only vendors have them at higher than msrp. The point stands, Titan is constantly sold out and you know it....
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A lot of games scale linearly with memory overclocking on GK104. GK104 is notoriously memory bandwith bottlenecked.

Look at the Anandtech GTX680 review. Alienbabeltech has done some testing in quite a few games with memory overclocking.
Neither the Titan nor the 780 uses GK104. A 384 bit memory interface is plenty to alleviate bandwidth bottlenecks.
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