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PhysX is another thing nVidia screwed 40% of the consumers with. Luckily only 1 game I played had it really implemented, BL2 (boring game for me tho, tones of mindless NPCs running at you, so I didn't finish even half of it). In Batman AC it was far less noticeable.

Physx isn't a big deal. There isn't a single game made for Physx. No company is going to ruin the console version of their game to implement something that only half of pc gamers can use. I had no problem not using physx in Borderlands 2.

The only game where it really impressed me was Alice in 3d vision.
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post #662 of 1081
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See that is funny, because I think the folks the bought the GTX670/GTX680 got screwed. Those were mid-range cards sold for a PREMIUM because they performed better than expected. The Titan @ a $1k could be further explained by how well the mid-range GTX680 sold @ $500+.

See, I never bought into the whole 6XXseries mess because those cards just seemed like a slap in the face from Nvidia when I looked over at my GTX580. The people that bought Titan knew what they were getting, but sadly had to pay more because so many others gobbled up the also overpriced GTX670/GTX680 for over a year!

Anyway, we all have opinions and my opinion is that the GTX670's/GTX680's with their castrated 256-bit memory bus and 2GB of ram will hit the bargain bin long before the Titan will. thumb.gif
Yeah, I think staying away from OCN for a few days and threads like these will help greatly!

How has anyone been screwed? We needed the most performance available at the time and we got it. Was a huge improvement over the GTX 580 and HD 6970. Nobody got screwed at all that's just nonsense.

Same goes for the GTX Titan. If people need the performance it offers then it's no problem at all. The only people that get screwed are those that buy them for the e-peen. All of them will get screwed because the GTX 780 will be a lot better price vs performance wise to the GTX Titan. Is that bad though? No. Because everyone on of them will sell their GTX Titans for cheap when the GTX 780s release. So cheaper additional GTX Titans for us to upgrade with.
    
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I still don't get the logic behind charging $700 for a card that gives the exact same performance jump that 680 gave over 580 (or 580 gave over 480) and all those cards cost $500-550. Why should it cost $200 extra this time around? How can such a thing be justified, at all?

I don't care about the GK110 architecture, whether it's or whether it is the $1000 Titan's little brother, whether it has a glowing GTX logo....I care about the actual performance.
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Physx isn't a big deal. There isn't a single game made for Physx. No company is going to ruin the console version of their game to implement something that only half of pc gamers can use. I had no problem not using physx in Borderlands 2.

The only game where it really impressed me was Alice in 3d vision.

Didn't play Alice. But did you see PhysX in BL2?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWFkDrKvBRU

That is a game changer.
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in my opinion, not even the 10% difference

I am willing to bet that GTX 780 overclock will hit 1250MHz on average, compared to the 1150MHz GTX Titan

If this is true. And its only 10% difference. I guess i'll just wait for amd or maxwell. Or buy another gtx 670 4gb ftw card for sli
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Yup, I"m using GTX680 sli now. It looks tacked on in BL2. There are a lot of times where it looks out of place.

Don't get me wrong it looks cool most of the time but playing borderlands 2 without physx isn't exactly a deal breaker for me.
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I really like the PhysX in Metro, when running the benchie you can really see the difference once enabled.
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I still don't get the logic behind charging $700 for a card that gives the exact same performance jump that 680 gave over 580 (or 580 gave over 480) and all those cards cost $500-550.

What? Didn't the 680 only provide about 10-15% of a jump (default clocks)? Pretty sure the 580 was only around 10-15% of a jump from the 480s too, the biggest difference was power draw and heat issues that plagued the 400 series.

The 780 has been stated to be a 20-30% jump from the 680. It's a better jump than previous launches. No price has been confirmed as of yet anyways, the cost could range anywhere from $500-700.
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GTX 680 , was on average above 30% the GTX 580.
GTX 680 heavily oveclock, came to the performance of a GTX 590 in games like Crysis 2.

GTX 680 destroys GTX 580
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GTX 680 destroys GTX 580

Prove it.
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