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That and the Corvette is a big friendlier for taller people and well, autocross obviously wasn't really their target market.

Shhhh you! I'm 6'4" and fit just fine. And yes the vette will woop up on my little potato anywhere but on an autocross course.

My latter point still holds true, it's a product with a market.
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Shhhh you! I'm 6'4" and fit just fine. And yes the vette will woop up on my little potato anywhere but on an autocross course.

My latter point still holds true, it's a product with a market.

lol. I'm just over 6'5" and I am never comfortable when I ride in my friends miata, lol.
 
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Where did you see that ? links ?

If I remember, reviews for GTX 780 Ti shows that it is more powerful than Titan (6GB ram)

but the ti has more stream processors.

oh and GT-R ftw
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Shhhh you! I'm 6'4" and fit just fine. And yes the vette will woop up on my little potato anywhere but on an autocross course.

My latter point still holds true, it's a product with a market.
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lol. I'm just over 6'5" and I am never comfortable when I ride in my friends miata, lol.

I'm 6' 2", yall are making me feel short sad-smiley-002.gif

But lol I couldn't imagine being 6' 5" and trying to fit in a miata, or any small car for that matter tongue.gif
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I'm 6' 2", yall are making me feel short sad-smiley-002.gif

But lol I couldn't imagine being 6' 5" and trying to fit in a miata, or any small car for that matter tongue.gif

Just remove all foam from stock seats, or bolt a low racing seat to the floor. biggrin.gif

But on subject, as this isn't a "I'm tall and still fit in a miata" thread

780ti is a FULL GK110 chip which has a slight edge on the Titan in gaming performance, double precision however is another story. The Titan Black is also a full GK110 chip now too without gimped double-precision. Ergo their various price-points. Not everyone games on graphics cards.
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I'll put it in this perspective since I am a 780 ti owner: From what I have heard from everywhere is that it is an overclockers card and on average can reach much higher clocks than the 780 due to the fully unlocked 2880 cuda cores. Now why I personally bought the card (Even though I was completely aware that the 780 was a better value) is because I wanted the fastest single card setup I could buy. I didn't want the 290x because I am fed up with AMD GPU's and it wasn't better than the 780 ti. Again I had the mobo and the PSU to go SLI, but I still wanted a single card for less headache. I'm happy and okay with paying that extra amount for the driver quality and the best card. I will say that I have a friend that has a 780 and I have a 780 ti, and I'm at 1200 MHz and he's at 1100 MHz and at 1080p I'd pull 15 - 25 more frames on almost every game. So a 25% gain or more is pretty accurate (Even considering a 100 MHz difference) for the difference between the 780 and 780 ti. It makes sense to pay a premium for a slightly overpriced product some times.
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Clock for clock you definitely won't go over a 25% difference. The only reason it goes up to 25% anyways is because it has 25% more cores.

780 has the advantage with the voltage bump. So there is that. But that's what classys are for smile.gif
 
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I upgraded from the 780 to the 780 Ti, and it's been absolutely 100% worth it. There were so many cases with the 780 where it juuust failed to sustain my target frame rates, while the 780 Ti can now do it comfortably.
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780 and 780ti are not even in the same class.

2304 steam vs 2880 steam.

perhaps this should been called a 785 to better distinguish.
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780 and 780ti are not even in the same class.

2304 steam vs 2880 steam.

perhaps this should been called a 785 to better distinguish.

The XX5 has historically denoted a die shrink, so maybe that's why they didn't use it. I sort of agree with you though. I don't like the "Ti" - it's always been a low end-lower mid range suffix, and it doesn't seem right on the 780 Ti. It almost cheapens it.
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