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Very similar to 660 SLI Graphics score, i am glad Nvidia could make a GPU that's 2 x the speed of a 660 and about 250$ more expensive, I'll say the 780 is well worth it for the current price. Anything lower will be even more worth it thumb.gif

Higher tier single cards will always have a worse performance/price ratio over lower tier dual cards. I would say being a single GPU, 780 is worth it over a dual 660.
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Well since both those results are mine from the same system using a Titan and then a GTX 780 i pretty much can and don't have to lol.

Well in that case lol.
 
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At the same clocks 1202 the GTX780 is only 1k points off a Titan. I'm super impressed with this card for it's price vs the Titan.

780
Titan

Very nice comparison, thank you!thumb.gif
    
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3DMark 11: P12869

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6628991

Best I've managed so far, can't get stable over 1202MHz with 1.2v.

Reckon modded bioses will do over 1.2v or will I have to hard mod my card?

Modded BIOSs will help either way, but it depends. Almost done with my clean Windows install, so I haven't had a chance to play with my cards yet, and see how they behave. But was the voltage dropping on you? If so then it may take the magic that was done to the Titan BIOS to keep the voltage locked at 1.212v and raise the Power ceiling before getting clocks any higher.

Edit: Oh, yeah, just reread that one part: No, a modded BIOS will not get over 1.2v, but it will lock the voltage at 1.2v and keep it from throttling.
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Yay. And stuff. Steam version is totally hosed, so two downloads and some troubleshooting later, here it is. tongue.gif

Basic free tests obviously.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/693579

Craziness. If my drivers were approved even with my crap CPU I'd be № 62 on the single GPU Fire Strike list. lmaosmiley.gif
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How did you get yours for so cheap?

Probably the $50 off >$500 purchase coupon for opening a newegg business account that came out a couple days ago. You could still use it for something else.
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Very nice comparison, thank you!thumb.gif

You're very much welcome smile.gif
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Modded BIOSs will help either way, but it depends. Almost done with my clean Windows install, so I haven't had a chance to play with my cards yet, and see how they behave. But was the voltage dropping on you? If so then it may take the magic that was done to the Titan BIOS to keep the voltage locked at 1.212v and raise the Power ceiling before getting clocks any higher.

I never have vdrop at all. Just straight driver recovery at anything over 1202 for more than 20 seconds. Same sort of thing I had with the Titan. Another thing I've found is that my max V is 1.2 instead of the 1.21 of the titan. Everyone else getting the same V reading or am i borked?

I really need to do a clean install of windows but I'd say as far as clocks go It's better behaved than Titan was but again I've only had the GTX780 under water and haven't used the stock cooler other than testing if the card was DOA or not.
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Probably the $50 off >$500 purchase coupon for opening a newegg business account that came out a couple days ago. You could still use it for something else.

Second 780, duuuuuh. arrowheadsmiley.png
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I never have vdrop at all. Just straight driver recovery at anything over 1202 for more than 20 seconds. Same sort of thing I had with the Titan. Another thing I've found is that my max V is 1.2 instead of the 1.21 of the titan. Everyone else getting the same V reading or am i borked?

I really need to do a clean install of windows but I'd say as far as clocks go It's better behaved than Titan was but again I've only had the GTX780 under water and haven't used the stock cooler other than testing if the card was DOA or not.

Well, it's nice to hear that the 780's may be better with this whole throttling situation than the Titan is on the stock BIOS. Was horrible. Getting a card that you can't even maintain a overclock with on the pretty locked-up voltage was no fun at all. I mean being voltage-limited is one thing, but getting a $1,000 card and having it throttle on you even though you're stable at that speed was annoying as hell. Shame it required a BIOS flash to fix but oh well. Hoping the 780 is better in that respect, but I'll end up flashing it to the first decent modded BIOS regardless tongue.gif
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I'm tempted on selling my Titan and going 780 SLI.
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Second 780, duuuuuh. arrowheadsmiley.png

Of course! thumb.gif
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