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http://videocardz.com/41960/first-geforce-gtx-780-review-leaks-out-inno3d-gtx-780-ichill-exposed?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=first-geforce-gtx-780-review-leaks-out-inno3d-gtx-780-ichill-exposed review claims 649$ which is still higher then it should be.
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In the ballbark means that the 780 would be 13% faster at stock settings than a 1200MHz 7970...? You know these things OC as well...

If these are really true then no, a 7970, even an OC'd one wont be in the same ballpark. Not unless you have a really golden card on water.

Yes, I consider a card from Q1 2012 with a mild OC to be in the ballpark of a brand new card 1.5 years later when said new card would generally be only 15% faster at stock settings (yes of course you can OC it, but that's besides the point I'm making). In the grand scheme of things, the Titan is a good deal faster, but it's not ridiculously faster - the 780 will have less performance then that. Again, if the price is reasonable and perf/watt is good then it'd be a decent upgrade once Oc'ed. Even if they nail that though, it's not truly (from a performance perspective) a justified upgrade if you are already on an oc'ed 7970 or 670/680. Especially if it's over $550. That's all.

I've always found it best to buy high end then skip a gen or two. Keep in mind I'm also the guy that went from an agp 8x Ati x1950pro until 2011 to a 550ti, then shortly to a gtx480 then shortly thereafter to my 7970GE so I'm a bit of hypocrite in that sense thumb.gif

Edit:

Welp according to another thread here, seems it will be atleast $650, Count me out this next gen - $200 more than what I paid on my 7970GE a while back is not worth 15% by any stretch.
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Well, darn... I was pretty sure on the 599 price, and unfortunately... wrong.
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Yes, I consider a card from Q1 2012 with a mild OC to be in the ballpark of a brand new card 1.5 years later when said new card would generally be only 15% faster at stock settings (yes of course you can OC it, but that's besides the point I'm making). In the grand scheme of things, the Titan is a good deal faster, but it's not ridiculously faster - the 780 will have less performance then that. Again, if the price is reasonable and perf/watt is good then it'd be a decent upgrade once Oc'ed. Even if they nail that though, it's not truly (from a performance perspective) a justified upgrade if you are already on an oc'ed 7970 or 670/680. Especially if it's over $550. That's all.

I've always found it best to buy high end then skip a gen or two. Keep in mind I'm also the guy that went from an agp 8x Ati x1950pro until 2011 to a 550ti, then shortly to a gtx480 then shortly thereafter to my 7970GE so I'm a bit of hypocrite in that sense thumb.gif

Edit:

Welp according to another thread here, seems it will be atleast $650, Count me out this next gen - $200 more than what I paid on my 7970GE a while back is not worth 15% by any stretch.


Hypocrite? More like you don't make any sense. Performance vs watt isn't even considered on flagship gpu's. Most people could care less about the power.
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Hypocrite? More like you don't make any sense. Performance vs watt isn't even considered on flagship gpu's. Most people could care less about the power.

Huh?

I'm talking about my sudden jump in gpu's in being a hypocrite on holding off on upgrades.

I've got an overclocked 7970GE, I'm not overly concerned with power draw - however all I was saying is that it would be a benefit if people were going from cards like mind to next gen, lower power draw + more performance and OC room is always nice. Why would anyone go from a 480 to a 580 if it wasn't for that? My old 480 outperformed stock 580's with a mild OC, but the power draw and heat was a burden - all I'm saying is that if it can be improved enough it would be worth a consideration for a somewhat side grade.
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Huh?

I'm talking about my sudden jump in gpu's in being a hypocrite on holding off on upgrades.

I've got an overclocked 7970GE, I'm not overly concerned with power draw - however all I was saying is that it would be a benefit if people were going from cards like mind to next gen, lower power draw + more performance and OC room is always nice. Why would anyone go from a 480 to a 580 if it wasn't for that? My old 480 outperformed stock 580's with a mild OC, but the power draw and heat was a burden - all I'm saying is that if it can be improved enough it would be worth a consideration for a somewhat side grade.

I doubt a 7970/680 can overclock enough to match a stock 780, much less a Titan. Once you overclock the Titan and 780, that's another story.
 
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I doubt a 7970/680 can overclock enough to match a stock 780, much less a Titan

Only 7970. Ask tsm wink.gif
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Only 7970. Ask tsm wink.gif

And he is one of the lucky ones with a golden card. I can take my Titan to 1200MHz+ and his 7970 will look like an Intel HD4000 next to it.
 
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And he is one of the lucky ones with a golden card. I can take my Titan to 1200MHz+ and his 7970 will look like an Intel HD4000 next to it.

Oh please, don't get full of yourself. The Titan is in all reality not some magical card with super powers. In the grand scheme of things, it's not much faster. thumb.gif

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Oh please, don't get full of yourself. The Titan is in all reality not some magical card with super powers. In the grand scheme of things, it's not much faster. thumb.gif

I guess a 7970 isn't that much faster than a 580 in the grand scheme of things either then.
 
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