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First 780 review is out OP, check it out here.


%8 slower than the Titan which would make it more than 30% faster than a 680. But it seems the MSRP is 650$ in NA.
Edited by eXXon - 5/22/13 at 5:35pm
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okay, so it appears that people in america would have to pay a price of around 650$ according to a swedish site(http://www.techsweden.org/nyhet/Zsel-gtx-780-prissatt-hos-amerikansk-distributor/), and the retail price in sweden would be 6000 sek, which is about 5200 nok. also, according to this site(http://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforce-gtx-780-3dmark-performance-revealed-fast-gtx-titan/), its about 26% faster than the 680 on average. the cost of a 680 is 3500 nok, which makes the 780 1700 nok more expensive. 1700 nok is around 300$ give or take. so a gtx 780 in norway would cost around 850 to 900$. Is the extra 26% worth 300$ extra?
$900 for a card that will perform better than the Titan after overclocking? It'd be worth it to me, especially if you're paying $600+ for a 680 already.
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i also have an ax 860 power supply. so the 680's would be the better choice power-wise as it has a tdp of 195w, and the 780 has a tdp of 250w. with the 680's there is room for extra overclocking.
I'm not the best person for PSU suggestions, but I think that you'll be fine with 780s in SLI with that PSU. Someone with more knowledge on PSUs need to clarify this though.
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My bad for not clarifying. This is with is CF 7970 on 1080p.

The 580s perform about the same on a 1600x900 screen with the same settings.

Both setups drop in FPS significantly with FC3 DX11 compared to FC3 DX9.

Which brings me back to my original point, a single high-end card is not enough to max out all games @ 1080p.
Not with huge amounts of AA, no. But if you consider using only FXAA, then the Titan and 780 will prove you very wrong. Maybe you cant get a constant 60FPS in every game, but except the action scenes and games like Crysis 3 and Metro, you can max out pretty much any game right now with an overclocked Titan/780 at 1080p. And setting AA to FXAA is a small sacrifice to me.
The chart you posted proves my point pretty well.
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$900 for a card that will perform better than the Titan after overclocking? It'd be worth it to me, especially if you're paying $600+ for a 680 already.
I'm not the best person for PSU suggestions, but I think that you'll be fine with 780s in SLI with that PSU. Someone with more knowledge on PSUs need to clarify this though.
Not with huge amounts of AA, no. But if you consider using only FXAA, then the Titan and 780 will prove you very wrong. Maybe you cant get a constant 60FPS in every game, but except the action scenes and games like Crysis 3 and Metro, you can max out pretty much any game right now with an overclocked Titan/780 at 1080p. And setting AA to FXAA is a small sacrifice to me.
The chart you posted proves my point pretty well.
just placed a order for two 780! biggrin.gif thanks everybody!
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just placed a order for two 780! biggrin.gif thanks everybody!
I knew you'd come around! Congrats on the new cards! Enjoy! thumb.gif
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