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I think it would be either a 4.5GB card or a 6GB card. I assume that is how it would work?

I'd expect to only see 6GB variants. 4.5GB is likely more difficult technically, and even if it wasn't it's not a very "sexy" number for marketing purposes. Why else would they have given the GTX 660 Ti 2GB of VRAM despite having a 192-bit memory bus?
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I'm personally going to wait for the EVGA SC+ models. thumb.gif
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After seeing this video. Titan vs 680 on a 1440p playing crysis 3 how many FPS will the 780 get any idea

What would you guy's do. If say you had a gtx 670 FTW 4gb card that does on boast 1185MHz. Without overclocking would you sell it and get a gtx 780 or would you just get another one to sli. Damn cant make up my mind lol
My FTWs d0 1293, 2gb models though. I personally don't see much reason in an expensive upgrade ATM. To me there don't seem to be any real must play games coming out in the near future. And with the new consoles coming out at the last Q'13 I'm just going to save for the 8xx series.
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This is what I am leaning towards. I simply do not feel comfortable going forth with only 3GB of VRAM, especially since I am dropping a hefty amount of money regardless.

I'll stick with 3GB for now myself. the new consoles have alot more and we can't deny their inevitable impact on game development, so a card with 6GB+ is definitely something I'm looking forward to in the next year or two.
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post #245 of 580
after skimming through thread and article I will be replacing my GTX 660 Ti with a GTX 770 on my 1080p rig.
maybe find a GTX 680 OC'd on sale and ride that out, time to wait for price drops on that one.

just not feeling the $650 price tag when I just SLi'd my GTX 670's in my Surround rig.
post #246 of 580
...one 'wild card' I'm trying to figure out before my next GPU purchase, ie 780ies, or Maxwell / Volcanic Island later, is '4k' / HDMI-2 - and the GPU memory requirements impact that brings with it...I currently have 5 GTX non-ref 670ies (in various configs over several machines) and am quite happy w/them though are looking at 780ies in non-ref PCBs (available, I hope).

...if I drop a min of $1400 or so on 'just' SLI for a next gen card, I certainly hope that it would be 'ready' for 4k...for now, 1080P is the standard, not withstanding the nicer 1440p, but 4K - if and when it takes off - will probably require a 'comfortable' 4 or 5 GB frame buffer and a fast GPU... "...but will it play Crysis 7 smile.gif ", so to speak
post #247 of 580
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If I were you, I would wait. You still have a 690, which is WAY more powerful than the upcoming 780.

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Oh noes! Don't do it! You should be happy with that GTX690.

Sorry. Probably should have clarified my first post showing interest in the 780 SLI when I'm showing a 690 in my sig. redface.gif

I have two rigs. Rig upstairs is now sporting the whole Nvidia 3D Vision and on one 680 needs more power in 3D gaming. I love my 690 and it's being kept until the extended warranty is over from EVGA. biggrin.gif

So not really in a hurry, I just need to restrain from my hardcore "wanting the latest GPU impulse" as I was successful with Titan.

I'm thinking two 780's for $1300 that comes within 10% of two Titans is good price / performance ratio for my set up where 3GB VRAM is great at 1440p. The sensible half says stay put to December and see what happens when the dust gets kicked up again with competition.
     
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I believe most card makers usually just double it for efficiency and ease. I maybe wrong though, so take what I said with a grain of salt.

4.5GB might be possible, just use 2Gb chips on the front and 1Gb chips on the back. Whether the GPU is OK with that is another matter. Easiest is a 6GB straight doubling, 2Gb chips front and back.
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http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=24325379&postcount=41

OCUK reports having 100+ units in stock for sale tomorrow.
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..."never officially supported Quad...?"

...this is an oldie, but... never mind that I've been running Nvidia GTX quad sli with official driver support per release notes

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01

You are correct, Nvidia has supported quad in their drivers for as long as I can remember. I suppose I should have said they have never officially advertised it on their cards, at least not that I can remember. It has always been one of those "It works, but Nvidia isn't pushing it" situations.
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Yes, they did. It was a normal production product that was suppose to stand alone by itself. It wasn't going to be a part of any series because it was it's own beast. I guess when they said that I thought they meant by more than just the naming scheme. I assumed they actually meant performance and features too. My lord they even stuck the "premium" cooler on the 780 and 770. Not so premium anymore, huh?

If you want to compare to the 3970X, how happy do you think people would be if Intel had released the 3960X and the 3820 for 3 months without saying a word about the 3930K, and then dropped it at almost half the cost of the $1000 3960X 3 months down the road? You think all those people that bought the 3960X's would be happy? I think not. At least those of you who bought the 39x0X know you're blowing an extra $400 just for the sake of blowing $400 when you do it.

Then again, that's why it is my fault. It is only my fault. No one clicked the buy button for me. I listened to them. I bought in. I got burned. Lesson learned.

Eh, I am not sure you under stand what a "Series" is...

Titan is not any part of a series, it is the Titan.

Then you have the 700 SERIES, 600 SERIES, 500 SERIES, etc.

In the world of cars and trucks you have the Ford F SERIES, BMW 3 SERIES and 5 SERIES, etc....

Nvidia didn't lie, not one bit. If you thought Titan was going to be some monster one of a kind to never be surpassed, that is your own personal problem and I would recommend further research.
    
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