Originally Posted by DBaer
Skupples, I feel bad as I will get mine probably tomorrow but I have no time to work on it for the next four days or so and you and anxiously awaiting yours.
Where is Halandale Beach? I could loan you mine
BY DA BEACH!! BBBBOOOIIIIIIII!!!! Just north of Miami beach.
Originally Posted by JimmyWild
Actually, that reminds me i wanted to ask you a question. I was reading this thread a while back where you talked about your 3 monitor setup and Titans. I have zero experience with that sort of setup. In your opinion would I benefit from going with Titan's if i wanted to replicate your setup? Or will two 780 ti's be ok? I'm planning a 2x SLI. Mostly asking about the 2x3GB as opposed to 2x6GB memory.
90% of older titles don't exceed 3GB, even crygen titles. Most of the new titles can, and will exceed 3gb even on 1080P surround (5760x1080) Also, vram does not stack, it's mirrored. You will definitely hit the 3gb limit on 780Ti's if you are planning on playing any of the AAA next gen titles in HD (or higher) surround. @ the same time, you can easily keep it below 3gb if you take a hit on certain settings. You can likely get away with sli 780Ti's on 1080P surround, but I would highly recommend titans for 1440P or higher surround solutions. If you do plan to pickup titans, I would go with used, still under warranty units. They range from 600-800$
Originally Posted by LunaP
Yup that'd be the one , supposedly 6gb and 12gb variants though I doubt on the 12gb honestly, you'd be looking @ 1500$ at least + I doubt its even capable of using it all
The 6GB 780Ti, MAY come to fruition, but I kind of doubt it, unless they end of life titan. A 12gb 780ti, is likely NEVER going to happen. It would have zero use in a gaming sense, & in an enterprise application would be useless due to the extreme level of compute gimping.
I just don't see Nvidia selling a gimped Quadro k6000 any time soon/@ all.Edited by skupples - 11/18/13 at 3:46pm