Originally Posted by Sprkd1
No real issues at all but I was just wondering because more fps never hurts.
But I doubt it's worth it. Might as well wait for GM100/GM110 or Volta (if the GTX TITAN can hold-up that long).
I have a Titan and also game on a 1080p 120hz monitor. I also have another PC with two 780s in SLI, and recently bought (and sold) a 780 Ti to compare with the Titan.
It really depends on the game, but assuming BF4 is your benchmark, any version of the 780 Ti will not be a noticeable improvement on your Titan. Assuming your Titan is OCd you will probably be within 5-8 fps difference at most. Either way you are looking at 80-90 fps, which is good, but if you're still going to be well short of 120 fps 95% of the time, you might as well wait for the the GTX 880, or go with two 780s. My 780 SLI pc gets 120+ fps in BF4 98% of the time, and I would recommend this if you want to really take advantage of your 120hz monitor.