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Not exactly.
GTX 780 might beat GTX TITAN when overclocked, but it's going to draw too much power and is not power efficient obviously.
If someone's getting GTX 780 to beat Titan's performance, I would rather recommend GTX 760 SLI instead.

Sli is hard to get to work properly all the time and isn't a guarantee in every game and also cooling the second card is harder since it usually runs 10 to 15c hotter than the top card
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Sli is hard to get to work properly all the time and isn't a guarantee in every game and also cooling the second card is harder since it usually runs 10 to 15c hotter than the top card
Sigh.
You're way too much off topic from the beginning.
According to OP, we're not talking about gaming or cooling in the first place.
As I mentioned above, SLI is mainly for gaming and it won't work out for video editing.
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Sigh.
You're way too much off topic from the beginning.
According to OP, we're not talking about gaming or cooling in the first place.
As I mentioned above, SLI is mainly for gaming and it won't work out for video editing.

This guy wants it for video editing so why would you recommend sli when you just said doesn't work for video editing. Maybe we both are off topic bow
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I'm not sure if video editing takes advantage of double precision, but the Titan has 24 times the double precision speed of the 780. Thought I would throw that out, but like I said not sure if it really applies... redface.gif Anyone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong haha.
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