Originally Posted by i7monkey
By the core count alone is should be 7.5% faster than a Titan and 20% faster than a regular 780.
2304/2880 = 80% as fast
2688/2880 = 93% as fast
And if it comes with better overclocking potential then even faster.
Am I doing the math right?
I dunno, I'm starting to regret selling my 780 for $450 (even though I got a relatively good price for it). Did I make a mistake bros? Is going from a 780 to a Ti worth it?
780 Ti will be (2880-2304)/2304 = 25% faster than a GTX 780. It really depends on if you're looking at it as % 780 Ti is faster than 780 or % 780 is slower than 780 Ti.
GTX 780 should be (2880-2304)/2880 = 20% slower than GTX 780 Ti. So you were correct, just worded it wrong.
Those numbers are only taking into account shaders, though. I think the 7 GHz memory will be a substantial bump.
I'm waiting for reviews, but I'm strongly considering unloading my 780 Classy's for them. My Titans were faster than my Classy's, so I know these will be faster than the Classy's. Only thing I disliked about the Titans was the $1K price tag, but that appears to be gone. Plus I have to run a squirrel cage fan on the Classy's to get close
to Titan level performance, and that gets old after hours and hours of gaming. Ready to go back to the reference cooler with some more reasonable 24/7 settings, and get a nice performance bump. If I can do all of those things at the same time, I'll make the switch.Edited by thebski - 11/6/13 at 11:57am