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Why do you ask him this question when the guy brings a good point?

Because if that scenario didn't apply to his 7970, why should it apply to the 780?

You can ALWAYS get 2 lesser cards to match / exceed a more expensive GPU, why is that redundant argument always get brought up?
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Thanks, I just did a quick calculation in my head.

Well, here's to me using a Titan for 1 year. :beer:

yep, you have a great card. If you don't feel right about price you can always sell it and buy 2x 780 for not much more
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That windforce 780 beats a titan out of the box, so it does match it.

Yes and if you want to buy OC edition cards you could buy the AMP edition Titan or something.

The windforce is clocked high out of the box, I think we've already established that yes, an overclocked 780 will beat a stock Titan. But that normal Titan has way more OCing potential than the windforce.
 
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A bicycle is better price/performance than a Benz. Why pay $50,000+ to go 150mph when you can spend $49.95 and go 30mph?

You're the best or you're not, and you have it or you don't.

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The 780 is fast card, but 660ti/7950 SLI and Crossfire are better options for that price. A massively overclocked watercooled 680/7970 will come close to the performance of this card at stock. Its still a great card but it will have zero impact on the price of the 680/7970 which is sad. All GPU consumers lost today.

2 7870's or 7850's or 660's are better price / performance than a 7970, why didn't you go for alternative CF or SLI solutions over your 7970?

Two 7850s are 20% faster than a single 7970. You lose decent double-precision compute, and you can't add another card later if you want to. Then there's all the other traditional drawbacks of multiple GPUs.

Two 7950s, especially when overclocked, would be a hell of a lot faster than a single 780. Sure, you'd have to deal with all the normal multi-GPU drawbacks (including: power, heat, noise, compatibility with some very new games, possibly microstutter), but you get... if I had to guess, over 50% better performance on average, though that's just a rough guesstimate.

The dual card versus single card gets old. Some people enjoy a single faster card over a dual card setup. That argument holds no value here. But we do get the point. :thumbup:
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The dual card versus single card gets old. Some people enjoy a single faster card over a dual card setup. That argument holds no value here. But we do get the point. :thumbup:

I'm well aware that traditionally it's always best to go with the powerful single GPU... but with such a price discrepancy and such a minimal performance increase with the powerful single GPU, I think the tables have turned as far as that goes. Unless you plan to get multiple 780s.
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Hey Alatar I nailed it thanks a bunch. now go sell your Titan and get a 780 and use the code below

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The dual card versus single card gets old. Some people enjoy a single faster card over a dual card setup. That argument holds no value here. But we do get the point. :thumbup:

You should get 2 780's and sell your Titan. thumb.gif
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Yes and if you want to buy OC edition cards you could buy the AMP edition Titan or something.

The windforce is clocked high out of the box, I think we've already established that yes, an overclocked 780 will beat a stock Titan. But that normal Titan has way more OCing potential than the windforce.
There aren't any non reference Titans as far as I know. But completely dismissing the 780 being able to match a Titan isn't really true, either. Once the OCN users get their hands on a 780 to do some real overclocks we'll have the complete picture.
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Thanks, I just did a quick calculation in my head.

Well, here's to me using a Titan for 1 year. :beer:

yep, you have a great card. If you don't feel right about price you can always sell it and buy 2x 780 for not much more

Not worth the hassle at this point. I will just live with what I got. It is still the same card I bought, but seems so less special now... Lol

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Really want to smack myself right now. Had to go into work at the same time these were releasing. Sat in the parking lot on my phone refreshing newegg for the first available one. Well, first one I saw was the Asus at $760, ehh, did it anyways. Only to get home just now and see the EVGA superclocked sold out at he same price. DAMMIT,


Is there a real advantage to buying these already overclocked if I plan on letting boost 2.0 do the work at first? I mean, if I had the temperature headroom available, wouldnt a regular card clock itself up to the same clocks as the superclocked ones? I figured it would considering its only a $10 difference, could be a gimmick. Most factory overclocked cards are usually $50 more
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