Originally Posted by Hooy
The 780Ti will replace the Titan. It has to - the performance gap between 780 and Titan is so small that most aftermarket 780's are faster than the Titan anyway.
Titan = compute
No offense, but are you trying to compare overclocked/aftermarket 780's with stock titans? =\ If so, the argument is so void. As it's been mathematically proven, it only takes a 780 150mhz+ titan clock speed to = the speed of a titan. Which means it will only take a titan like 70mhz to keep up with 780Ti. What's not being mentioned is the titans second frame buffer, double precision, & computer capabilities. 780Ti is being sold as a gaming GPU, which means it will not have any of those things. Second, it's starting to sound like a 6gb 780Ti will not exist, or take months to come to market. It's really not looking like they will End of Life titan over the 780Ti. In short, the 780ti is being aimed @ the gaming market, while titan has been aimed @ the super compute market from day one. It's a poor mans Quadro, thus will likely not EOL any time soon. It will also likely not drop in price. Titan has been irrelevant since the dawning of the 780, now it's even more so irrelevant with the release of the 780Ti.
anyways, this is being debated in 100 other ONTOPIC threads. So i'm done responding to it here.
780 = 2304 cores,
Titan = 2688 cores
780Ti = 2880 cores. & it seems to have few modifications to the power section in the reference model, leaving many people waiting for the classi iteration.Edited by skupples - 11/6/13 at 4:42pm