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post #101 of 1081
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I purchased my GTX 780 Classified on Feb. 19th. I'm guessing a faster, more overclockable GPU is better than more VRAM. I'm using one ASUS VG248 144Hz Gaming Monitor (only 1080p) so 6GB seems like it would be useless for my current setup. But you guys can tell me differently biggrin.gif

VRAM is a nice luxury to have though, i'd rather have an excess of it than running close to the edge. But in your case at 1080p you'd be hard pressed to exceed 2.5GB unless your modding Skyrim like crazy.

Even though 6GB is a little unnecessary, and very few setups would need that much. It's nice to have the option available than not at all.

Considering how much the current crop of 780Ti's cost even in vanilla form, I expect these 6GB variants to cost a pretty penny. Although cheaper than a Titan Black that's for sure.
 
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Don't think I can step up my 780 since November to these now can I?
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post #103 of 1081
Step up? Who has bought a standard 780 in the past 90 days rolleyes.gif
I'm willing to bet most 780ti owners are close to 90...
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post #104 of 1081
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Step up? Who has bought a standard 780 in the past 90 days rolleyes.gif
I'm willing to bet most 780ti owners are close to 90...

I just got myself a 780 classified less than a month ago. rolleyes.gif Don't need 6gb so I won't be taking advantage of this.
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Step up? Who has bought a standard 780 in the past 90 days rolleyes.gif
I'm willing to bet most 780ti owners are close to 90...

I bought a reference 780 about a month ago.
post #106 of 1081
I'd happily trade up my Kingpin for the 6gb version in hopes of a better clocker.

I have a month left!tongue.gif
    
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post #107 of 1081
6GB cards only really make sense in a multi-monitor-multi-GPU scenario. Other wise, no point. Even 1080p surround is consuming way over 3gb in brand new titles.

Why a 780Ti 6gb & Titanblack 6gb? The only difference would be gimped compute, making it cost slightly less?

It will be hard to resist the 6GB KPE, but reselling my three titans would be way too much work, and these releases would be the final nail in the Titan's resale value coffin.
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post #108 of 1081
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I dont think 6GB will make a difference. Maybe if you run 3 x 4K monitors but then might as well get Titan Black.

there would be no difference in the 6gb and 3gb model of cards except the vram, so performance would be the same. Get the 780ti 6gb over a titan black for gaming because itll be cheaper, 99.9999999% of gamers dont ever use compute power.
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post #109 of 1081
Jacob said the 6 gb KPE won't likely be up for step-up.
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most non reference cards arent available for it =\
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