Originally Posted by PhantomTaco
IIRC the PS4 has something like 8GB of GDDR5 RAM shared between cpu and gpu. At launch you're probably right, but as developers get more accustomed to the hardware, assertions like yours will probably falter.
Actually they have ~5.5GB shared between CPU/GPU So it's very doubtful you'll ever see more than 2-3 of that being used solely as VRAM
Originally Posted by Alatar
On stock bioses yes because the 780 can boost higher and use as much power as the Titan. With custom BIOSes you need close to 200MHz more on a 780 to beat a Titan.
This is also something that the new AMD cards will have to deal with. The only real GK110 results are those that were made by users who know how to use the cards. Funnily enough if there's a big increase with Hawaii it's possible that we will see a repeat of last gen. Except that this time NV has the OCing potential advantage and will win when it comes to enthusiast use.
So what you're saying is for 99% of people the 780 is the better card. Most people even among enthusiasts aren't going to BIOS mod.
Originally Posted by svenge
You're forgetting that AMD's penchant for offering $TEXAS amount of "free games" as a bribe
inducement for customers to buy their cards (in order to improve on their sub-40% market share) surely eats into their profit margins by a large amount as well...
There's no doubt it does, but it's not like they're paying full price for those games either Edited by OwnedINC - 9/14/13 at 5:35pm