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I agree to such comparison and talk.. but if you start going to the last 5 pages or so you will find people only talking about 780's and Titan's..
And how the Titan better than a 780, while other's saying the 780 is better and adding reviews for both cards! How is that relevant to a GTX 770 though?
And yeah, people also will start talking about AMD cards and how awesome they are here!!
Don't get me wrong, I like to read and learn about other cards and so.. But I came to this thread instead of the 780's and Titan's one for a reason (or the AMD one).. rolleyes.gif

I agree that the 780 vs Titan arguments have little relevance, but 770 vs similarly priced AMD cards is quite relevant.

Some people do rule out cards based on brand, but most do not. I currently have many more AMD cards than NVIDIA cards, but if the 680 was 300 dollars, or the 780 ~550, I'd probably have one by the end of the week. Brand is pretty irrelevant for my gaming uses.
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What do you base this on?

I'm pretty sure he's basing this on the premise that the average OCN user is going to overclock their GPU(s), and that a vanilla 7970 at it's peak air-stable clocks is both faster than a 770 at it's peak air-stable clocks, as well as being slightly less expensive.

Since the 7970 is likely to perform better, overall, in the hands of the typical OCN user, and costs the same or slightly less, Alatar's statement is hardly a stretch.
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I am waiting for a community average. I don't care about a stupid Top 30. Top 30's don't say *bleep*

Also, go rage on the 780 thread. This is about the 770 which doesn't even apply to the argument you are trying (very badly) to make.

I expect backlash from Titan owners.

If I am not mistaken, I was not the one who brought it in this thread.

BTW there is no reason to rage at the 780 threads. The 780 like 770 has been proven to be very valuable. Unlike Titan.
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Holy cow guys these are actually selling for almost as low to $400!!! D:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=gtx+770&N=-1&isNodeId=1

Can't wait for reference coolers to hit the shelves.

>inb4 out of stock on MSI lightnings
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Can someone explain what is so special about the MSI Lightning and why it costs 40-50 quid more than say the EVGA 770 with the ACX cooler?

Please and thank you.
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I expect backlash from Titan owners.

If I am not mistaken, I was not the one who brought it in this thread.

BTW there is no reason to rage at the 780 threads. The 780 like 770 has been proven to be very valuable. Unlike Titan.

Can you just let it go? Seeing as how you don't own any of those cards, your opinion is really not that valid. We know there is no value associated with the Titan. That horse has been beat for 3+ month now.

The 770 is a great value in my opinion at it price point considering it is faster than the GTX680 that launched at $499 and $200+ cheaper than the next available Nvidia card.
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I expect backlash from Titan owners.

If I am not mistaken, I was not the one who brought it in this thread.

BTW there is no reason to rage at the 780 threads. The 780 like 770 has been proven to be very valuable. Unlike Titan.

Wait till you do some CUDA rendering work. I'd rather use a 580 over a 780 for that. The Titan isn't geared solely to gamers and as a result, it is a more professional and valuable card compared to the 780. Sure it may be overprice *bleep* to you, but my eyes it is more useful than anything else nVidia has released since the 580.

GPU's aren't just for gaming dawg... In your logic, you would then call a Tesla K20X a total pointless thing and nVidia makes more money off that those than any of the GeForce lines.

So stop using the term like valuable and pointless on hardware without knowing their intent. I got my Titan for my reasons and I don't regret it because nVidia has proved the card's capabilities (price argument aside) and for my endeavors, I still prefer it over 780/770's (and I ditched my 670 for the same reason).

All my posts has been seen objectively. I have never said 780's or 770's are bad purchases or bad cards. However, they are designed by intent by nVidia to be always lower-tiered than Titans and nVidia will have the power to make it so. There is little to no proof that the overall batches made from nVidia or OEM's that can aggregrately say as a whole that they are better than Titans clock for clock and I will stand by the manufacturer's words until proper sample sizes gets better.

With that said, I don't expect the majority of gamers to get the Titan or even the 780 to be honest because of the pricing and I definitely would not recommend my normal (not specialized science or geeky friends) to get a Titan by any means. We are all annoyed by your fallacies and your tone when trying to say (intentional or not) that 780's are the king of nVidia GPU's and calling Titans pointless trash. Both cards are designed for their markets. So please just stop.

Either way, you are contributing nothing to the 770 discussion. So please go away.
    
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just to put my mind at ease, someone tell me its not worth upgrading to two 770's from 670 SLI?

Are they likely to make a 4GB version of the 770?
i already saw zotac 770 4gb, but will rather wait for 8970 hopefully with 4gb. afterall 384bit and 3-4gb is a must for @1440+

best
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Can someone explain what is so special about the MSI Lightning and why it costs 40-50 quid more than say the EVGA 770 with the ACX cooler?

Please and thank you.

MSI Lightning is a non-reference board that has better VRM and Phases for overclocking that is often unlocked by adding a hard voltmod to it via soldering.
    
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Holy cow guys these are actually selling for almost as low to $400!!! D:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=gtx+770&N=-1&isNodeId=1

Can't wait for reference coolers to hit the shelves.

>inb4 out of stock on MSI lightnings

That MSI Gaming n770 looks sexy. Not sure why it's 'only' 400$ when it also has custom PCB and that nice cooling with 2 x 100mm fans. Seems like the best buy:

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Hardocp review are bad to look at... they didnt even oc! Hopefully msi told them not to...
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