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post #2251 of 2543
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I'm sorry but lol'd.

He is right to laugh. 1226MHz is a good overclock for a 780 and it does beat the averages Titan gets but a 780 @ 1226MHz can't beat a Titan clocked at 1150MHz for instance. Clock for clock, the 780 is still 10% behind than a Titan. So what if a Titan can't OC well, it is still beat it (albeit slightly and obvious Price v. Performance is still crap).

You also have to note since the Titan has more VRAM and SMX enabled as well as having hardware DP FP64 enabled, it also uses more power than the 780 on the same TDP scale. So if you factor that, obviously the Titan will have more hurdles to cross to get better OC abilities (power draw limitation-wise) than the 780.
    
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post #2252 of 2543
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Don't care that you're LOL'ing or not -- Vendors are reporting that their 780's are OC'ing much better then the Titans...

I'm going to take the word of vendors that see 100s of cards/day over random people on OCN...

On average from 3 major vendor/boutiques -- The 780 is Ocing to @1150 60% of the time where as the Titan is in the 30%'s...

Does that mean on average the 780 will pass the Titan? No...But, again, I take my facts from statistics...Numbers don't lie. thumb.gif

Obviously vendors are terrible overclockers then.

The thing is though, none of us here care if maingear, origin, etc. OEM that overprices everything will OC a card by 50MHz and say it OC's a better than a card they have the balls to OC only by 30MHz.

Same goes for their pathetic CPU overclocks. It's like saying alienware is the ultimate authority on how certain parts OC. Just about the most ridiculous statement you could make.
 
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post #2253 of 2543
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Thats what i mean. With 12.11 drivers 7950 outperform 7970 with over 10 fps difference on max payne 3. I feel bad for my 7970s

Word on the street is that AMD is pushing the 7950 over the 7970 ~ You have to realize that AMD drivers are completely different then Nvidia drivers...AMD can do whatever they want...With Nvidia, I can always rip open the WHQL and edit the crap out of it.
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If you take price performance using those data pfff titan is not even funny..

780 need @ $100 drop in price and it would be a GREAT CHOICE

The 780 at it's current price point...IS A GREAT CHOICE.
post #2254 of 2543
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No offence but 4 is overkill.

Have you ever played 7680x1440 resolution?

4 is not overkill like you pretend to.

This is a lot more pixels than your typical 1080p monitor! (Click to show)
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post #2255 of 2543
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Obviously vendors are terrible overclockers then.

The thing is though, none of us here care if maingear, origin, etc. OEM that overprices everything will OC a card by 50MHz and say it OC's a better than a card they have the balls to OC only by 30MHz.

Same goes for their pathetic CPU overclocks. It's like saying alienware is the ultimate authority on how certain parts OC. Just about the most ridiculous statement you could make.

AVERAGE JOE OVERCLOCKS FRIEND ..
post #2256 of 2543
@Masked...

Sorry, but a Vendor recently told me that a GTX 690 takes 650w by itself because Nvidia recommends a 650w psu on the box. I put more trust into OCNs brass than a vendors opinion.
    
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post #2257 of 2543
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Word on the street is that AMD is pushing the 7950 over the 7970 ~ You have to realize that AMD drivers are completely different then Nvidia drivers...AMD can do whatever they want...With Nvidia, I can always rip open the WHQL and edit the crap out of it.
The 780 at it's current price point...IS A GREAT CHOICE.

It was a sarcasm. If you check the graphs the 7950 outperform 7970 by 10 fps. Because they use different settings lol. A 7970 needs 100 mhz more to match a 7970
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Why would we care about average joes on an enthusiast forum where the discussion is very much centered on how these cards are for our uses.

For the average joe a 680 is a better card than a 7970. Doesn't mean it's true on OCN.
 
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post #2259 of 2543
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Why would we care about average joes on an enthusiast forum where the discussion is very much centered on how these cards are for our uses.

For the average joe a 680 is a better card than a 7970. Doesn't mean it's true on OCN.

Because i dont see everybody doing overclocks like ftw for example on here..

Get my drift?
post #2260 of 2543
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

Have you ever played 7680x1440 resolution?

4 is not overkill like you pretend to.
This is a lot more pixels than your typical 1080p monitor! (Click to show)

I did not as high, but close.

All 4x crossfirex set ups actually do worse then 3.
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