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290x with a monster cooler on would still be cheaper and deliver similar performance, I can't see nVidia pricing the 780 Ti anywhere near where it should be.

Yea I wont be watercooling either card, its just out of my budget so I can either wait for non reference 280x cards which will probably be a few months or grab a 780ti which might be around $700. I need a new card for bf4 and plenty of new games coming out. I have a GTX 570HD so its time to upgrade if I want to play games on Ultra again.
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i still think this is more probable than a full 2880 core chip. Doesn't nvidia want to sell those 2880 core chips for $5,000 than only $700? i'm just saying, there's a lot more rejected GK110 chips than a full working one.
     
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Glad to see a 2880 SP card from the green team.
Where is the 512bit memory bus at? And I hope it isn't priced godly high.
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Yea I wont be watercooling either card, its just out of my budget so I can either wait for non reference 280x cards which will probably be a few months or grab a 780ti which might be around $700. I need a new card for bf4 and plenty of new games coming out. I have a GTX 570HD so its time to upgrade if I want to play games on Ultra again.

Apparently, non-reference 290x's are scheduled for late november
source: http://www.techpowerup.com/193358/non-reference-design-radeon-r9-290x-to-be-available-from-late-november.html
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i still think this is more probable than a full 2880 core chip. Doesn't nvidia want to sell those 2880 core chips for $5,000 than only $700? i'm just saying, there's a lot more rejected GK110 chips than a full working one.

I think those extra cores, a heatlhy overclock, and the B1 revision would be justification enough to call it a 'ti'. I'm with you on this, i don't see them selling a chip for $700 that they normally get $5000 for.
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they charge $5000 for the cores, the 12gb of vram and the special drivers for professional support, not just the 2880 cores.
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This may also have something to do with the voltage required for 2133+.

Do that many people really run their ram at 1.65v 24/7?

sammy RAM can do 2k on like 1.35-1.4v, and 1.65v is fine for many cpu's
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Glad to see a 2880 SP card from the green team.
Where is the 512bit memory bus at? And I hope it isn't priced godly high.

GK110 is permanent 384-bit. you can't change that without an architecture change.
     
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Apparently, non-reference 290x's are scheduled for late november
source: http://www.techpowerup.com/193358/non-reference-design-radeon-r9-290x-to-be-available-from-late-november.html

Oh thank you for that. Making my decision even more difficult lol.
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I think those extra cores, a heatlhy overclock, and the B1 revision would be justification enough to call it a 'ti'. I'm with you on this, i don't see them selling a chip for $700 that they normally get $5000 for.

That wouldn't be worth the extra two bills if that was the case IMO, plus that's a pretty weak response to the 290x. Throwing in 7GHz ram might make that 13 smx sku just enough. I dunno. Titan core or better + 7Ghz ram I auto buy.
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