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post #1171 of 2543
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Originally Posted by Alatar View Post


Once again ignoring the info in this thread about titan/780 OCing and proving that you don't understand how these cards work.

Talk to the reviewers, not me:
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Originally Posted by Techpowerup 

BF3 1920x1200 4x AA

OC EVGA GTX 780 SC ACX core (base): 1065 MHz mem: 1855 MHz 127.9 FPS
OC GTX Titan core (base): 990 MHz mem: 1780 MHz 128.7 FPS

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_780_SC_ACX_Cooler/29.html Other games follow the same pattern. The 780 ACX is quieter, cooler, much much cheaper, and oc's to the same performance level. Please stop ostriching.
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post #1172 of 2543
GTX 780 vs GTX Titan is like GTX680 4GB vs GTX670. One costs 50% more then the other.
Titan is still the better card no matter how you look at it.
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post #1173 of 2543
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GTX 780 vs GTX Titan is like GTX680 4GB vs GTX670. One costs 50% more then the other.
Titan is still the better card no matter how you look at it.

From what angle? You mean the 54% higher cost for the same perf oc-to-oc? Or do you mean the higher noise profile and temps? http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_780_SC_ACX_Cooler/29.html The Titan, both ACX 780 stock to Titan stock, and OC-to-OC, is soundly beaten from every conceivable angle other than those extreme edge cases needing 6GB instead of 3GB of GDDR5. At this point in time, the Titan has been cannibalized on the market.
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post #1174 of 2543
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GTX 780 vs GTX Titan is like GTX680 4GB vs GTX670. One costs 50% more then the other.
Titan is still the better card no matter how you look at it.

No it is not.

Titan is the better card only if you are looking at pure performance.

There are other factors.
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post #1175 of 2543
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How do you figure that? Worst case scenario a watercooled GTX Titan costs $1180. GTX 780 SLI has already been proven to not have perfect scaling and the GTX 780 been proven to be more than 5% slower clock for clock.
That's very soon if true.

Hopefully it does release that soon so we can see what they were able to do with it. Wonder how much memory it comes with along with everything else about the non-reference PCB and extra power phases.

Much more than 5% clock for clock considering the stock difference is around 10% and the 780 is clocked higher out of the box.
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Originally Posted by GoldenTiger View Post

Talk to the reviewers, not me:
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_780_SC_ACX_Cooler/29.html Other games follow the same pattern. The 780 ACX is quieter, cooler, much much cheaper, and oc's to the same performance level. Please stop ostriching.

The reviewer OC results don't have much to do with the results you'll see OCN users getting. Same was true for the Titan reviews.

It's mostly due to time restraints and stupid decisions like using a stock fan profile. So yes it might be relevant to some random GPU buyer from tomshardware but not for someone who spends some of their time here talking about these cards.
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From what angle? You mean the 54% higher cost for the same perf oc-to-oc? Or do you mean the higher noise profile and temps? http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_780_SC_ACX_Cooler/29.html The Titan, both ACX 780 stock to Titan stock, and OC-to-OC, is soundly beaten from every conceivable angle other than those extreme edge cases needing 6GB instead of 3GB of GDDR5.

Except that this has absolutely nothing to do with real world OCing results for anyone who has more than 5 minutes of their time to spend on getting that OC.

Please stop spreading fud and instead bench your 780 against the Titan's here to see what the actual results are.
 
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post #1176 of 2543
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I highly doubt there will be any price cut unless AMD somehow make their Never Settle Bundle better. Although in saying that yesterday the EVGA GTX 780 was £10 more expensive than the Gigabyte version (Both completely reference) and today it is now the same price £549.98, I would assume this was due low stock/OOS yesterday and 17 in stock today.

Well, there will be a small price drop in 6 weeks or so. But it is minor. Right now in the US 780 is 630 with newegg discount. But I am waiting to check if the drivers for 780 are future proof.

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Thanks for letting me know +rep. I guess i might just hold a little while longer then

You are welcome. Thanks for the rep redface.gif
post #1177 of 2543
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

GTX 780 vs GTX Titan is like GTX680 4GB vs GTX670. One costs 50% more then the other.
Titan is still the better card no matter how you look at it.


price/performance?
    
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post #1178 of 2543
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GTX 780 vs GTX Titan is like GTX680 4GB vs GTX670. One costs 50% more then the other.
Titan is still the better card no matter how you look at it.

Well, the price difference between the 680/670 is only like 25%. No doubt the Titan is a better card, but only about $200 better.
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price/performance?

If that's a factor in a card being the best or not then what about the 650Ti Boost and 7850 that offer amazing price/perf?
 
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price/performance?

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