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post #131 of 580
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kepler. shall we go back over history again? teaching.gif
Are you seriously going to debate against the GTX700 being Nvidias latest generation of GPUs? Like really man? Really?
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All the people who backed up what the reviewers said. Pretty much every single one (reviews) said that if you care about the price then you shouldn't buy one. Still holds true.

Better cards at lower prices, great. The Titan is still the best card around and that's what matters really.

(and I wont let any of the pesky future 780 owners take any bench scores away from me, I have some VRs ready and a WB coming for some volt modding goodness thumb.gif)
lol okay man, if you say so. The way i see it Nvidia just pulled an 8800GTX Ultra on you guys.... this time though, they were smart enough to scam you before you knew it. You honestly think the titan would have gotten the reception it got if it released AFTER the 780? Give me a break lol.
Edited by th3illusiveman - 5/22/13 at 11:39am
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In comparison to Titan , the GTX 780 is a much better deal. But still a 30% rise over GTX 680 is never good. the fact is Nvidia knows that AMD is not competing and they are milking the situation for all its worth. Hopefully AMD turns up with a strong next gen Volcanic Islands. This would benefit everyone , even those who prefer Nvidia cards. thumb.gif
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I have some VRs ready and a WB coming for some volt modding goodness thumb.gif)

Hope you have a steady hand tongue.gif
post #134 of 580
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are you going to buy these cards or wait for AMDs June CFX fix?

I am going to wait for AMD to launch/confirm their 8000 series, and see what happens.

Even with the patch Nvidia still has better frame timing in both single and multi-gpu situations. Unless AMD does something drastic with their current prototype drivers between now and official release.
    
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Lets get some 5760x1080 comparisons rolleyes.gif
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I'll just leave this here:

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/MSI-GTX-770-Lighting-Nvidia,22672.html#xtor=RSS-998

Now to hope for a the 780 version.
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When Crossfire worked properly, two 7970's did it pretty decently. Obvious exceptions to be had, but not having to crank up AA due to high pixel density helps with that feat.

Really I don't notice much difference between that 100 to 120 FPS, if I drop below 100 into the 80s I can tell the difference.

Yeah, 100+ looks great to me.

Regarding the 780, I'm going to bite if it's $649 on amazon since I was prepared to pay $599, but definitely not going to be looking into SLI of it at this point (I was considering SLI at 550 each, but that would have been pushing it for me as far as being reasonable to buy with current finances). I'll drop MSAA down a little and probably be plenty happy with most of my games but for a handful.

Definitely a tradeoff but the higher framerate is worth it to me with this kind of panel. I'm a bit bummed by the pricing, but I'm also somewhat pleased with just how close it is to the Titan (I was expecting 10%, it's pretty much 3-5% in virtually everything at 2560x1440 that I care about). I'd like to go from that 85-90% of the quality mark to 100%, but unlike most people I won't proclaim it's over-priced, I'll just be honest and say I can't afford it right now tongue.gif .
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post #138 of 580
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I'll just leave this here:

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/MSI-GTX-770-Lighting-Nvidia,22672.html#xtor=RSS-998

Now to hope for a the 780 version.

We have seen it, and that is a 680, they just blurred out the card number on the box.
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Yeah, 100+ looks great to me.

Regarding the 780, I'm going to bite if it's $649 on amazon since I was prepared to pay $599, but definitely not going to be looking into SLI of it at this point (I was considering SLI at 550 each, but that would have been pushing it for me as far as being reasonable to buy with current finances). I'll drop MSAA down a little and probably be plenty happy with most of my games but for a handful.

Definitely a tradeoff but the higher framerate is worth it to me with this kind of panel. I'm a bit bummed by the pricing, but I'm also somewhat pleased with just how close it is to the Titan (I was expecting 10%, it's pretty much 3-5% in virtually everything at 2560x1440 that I care about). I'd like to go from that 85-90% of the quality mark to 100%, but unlike most people I won't proclaim it's over-priced, I'll just be honest and say I can't afford it right now tongue.gif .

I can tell you right now they are $650 to $700+ depending on manufacturer and model, and expected delivery is the 28th. I already checked with my distributor today. biggrin.gif

Amazon and Newegg might get a few earlier than the 28th, but general availability is slated for Tuesday.
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post #139 of 580
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I am going to wait for AMD to launch/confirm their 8000 series, and see what happens.

Even with the patch Nvidia still has better frame timing in both single and multi-gpu situations. Unless AMD does something drastic with their current prototype drivers between now and official release.

Not true, AMD has better frame-time variance in single-GPU situation. But it's nothing noticeable. AMD is better choice if you buy 1 GPU.
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Yep, all your fault. lol

It is, it is, I am sure of it. It is our fault.
We should all be on the same side of this argument, with Nvidia across the able as the Seller, and us as the Buyers.
I don't care whether you wear the green jersey, or the red jersey or whatever jersey intel IGP guys wear. thumb.gif
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