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Just mocking how they blocked phones for this specific reason. Just the double standards in the benchmark world.

oh lol, i didnt even know the phone thing was a serious problem lol.
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Just mocking how they blocked phones for this specific reason. Just the double standards in the benchmark world.

I feel like you're comparing apple's to little green men here. In the instance of the phones, the overclock is ONLY applied when it senses it is being used in a benchmark. That skews every other test result (especially battery life) in a review. With no TDP limit, the benefit is in ALL instances consistently.
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I am probably, one of the few (or maybe only) that regret buying a 780 over a Titan.
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I am probably, one of the few (or maybe only) that regret buying a 780 over a Titan.

Unless you needed the double precision floating point or somehow make use of 6GB memory I find that preposterous.

GTX 780 TI > GTX TITAN in gaming
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Unless you needed the double precision floating point or somehow make use of 6GB memory I find that preposterous.

GTX 780 TI > GTX TITAN in gaming

The majority of my work as of late has been FEM analysis, using ANSYS mechanical APDL/workbench/Fluent and Solidworks. I completely agree that for gaming the 780 is better, but that is not the only application I am running. Some of the solutions, can take two days to finish.
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The majority of my work as of late has been FEM analysis, using ANSYS mechanical APDL/workbench/Fluent and Solidworks. I completely agree that for gaming the 780 is better, but that is not the only application I am running. Some of the solutions, can take two days to finish.

I thought ANSYS only support Quadro K6000/K5000/6000/5000 for compute (besides Teslas)? For Solidworks , Radeons perform better than Geforce.


www.ansys.com/staticassets/ANSYS/staticassets/support/platform-support-14.5-detailed-summary.pdf#page=19
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I thought ANSYS only support Quadro K6000/K5000/6000/5000 for compute (besides Teslas)? For Solidworks , Radeons perform better than Geforce.


www.ansys.com/staticassets/ANSYS/staticassets/support/platform-support-14.5-detailed-summary.pdf#page=19

Looks like you are correct I guess that makes me feel a little better!: http://www.ansys.com/staticassets/ANSYS/staticassets/support/platform-support-14.5-detailed-summary.pdf

Either way, my sig rig is not up to snuff to run heavy computational stuff, I routinely run out of memory during meshing operations. Plus with the graphics cards I feel pretty jerked around, since I purchased my 780 classy at the beginning of August, only to have a few months later have the Ti come out and the price of my classy drop to $550. Knowing what I know now I would have got the AMD 290X.
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