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All estimates on price are even further into the realm of speculation thn the physical Specs them selves. I bet 550-600
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

All estimates on price are even further into the realm of speculation thn the physical Specs them selves. I bet 550-600

I think we will continue to see the pricing scheme we have seen the last two generations for several more.

Which isn't really terrible (don't get me wrong, I love cheaper as well) considering you have cards like the GTX 750 Ti for $150 that can game at 1080P just fine. There isn't need in most situations to buy 780, 780 Tis, or the other flagships.
    
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i dont think you can play ULTRA 1080p any game with a 750ti


it would be case by case situation and preference. because Ultra technically doesnt always have a definition for how much AA is placed. if it was something light on AA like FXAA or MLAA, 1080p ultra on nearly all titles wouldnt be impossible. Then the other subjective preference would be minimum fps preference. There is no standard "min fps must be this amount" so one person wouldn't mind playing with dips to 30, where another will hate dips below 50 per say, it goes further as games like FPS generally has a preference for better minimums compared to a RPG, where Low FPS doesn't entirely kill game immersion because reaction time isn't as mandatory.
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it would be case by case situation and preference. because Ultra technically doesnt always have a definition for how much AA is placed. if it was something light on AA like FXAA or MLAA, 1080p ultra on nearly all titles wouldnt be impossible. Then the other subjective preference would be minimum fps preference. There is no standard "min fps must be this amount" so one person wouldn't mind playing with dips to 30, where another will hate dips below 50 per say, it goes further as games like FPS generally has a preference for better minimums compared to a RPG, where Low FPS doesn't entirely kill game immersion because reaction time isn't as mandatory.

Pretty much this!

There is also a very very very (in some situations ZERO) visual difference between x8 and x16. In a lot of situations it can be hard to tell the difference between x4 and x8 if you aren't TRYING to find jaggies.

Most people at 1080P these days buy ultra high end GPUs because of e-peen and/or they are in the mindset of "I have to max everything or it looks bad!". Even though in most situations the only thing you net with Ultra over something like High is a tanked frame rate.

CoD Ghost was amazing at this; you could tank your frame rate by close to 50% by setting everything up at max, yet it provided no visual benefit over one step below.
    
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I think we will continue to see the pricing scheme we have seen the last two generations for several more.

Which isn't really terrible (don't get me wrong, I love cheaper as well) considering you have cards like the GTX 750 Ti for $150 that can game at 1080P just fine. There isn't need in most situations to buy 780, 780 Tis, or the other flagships.

That's the reason I don't feel the need to upgrade this 780. I know people talk a lot about games being GPU bound, but, I think once you get to a higher level of card you're more likely to be limited by CPU/engine without going for very high res, or multimonitor.. For instance, I play in 1080p, which this GPU is more then capable of. I just got GW2 while it was on sale. Running a 4770k/780 max I still drop to 40fps (saw a 30 somewhere) in the towns. That's CPU/engine without a doubt.

Heck, I did think about adding a 2nd 780, but if my previous experiences have taught me anything, it's that there does come a point that you just can't really improve some things. Such as my GW2 example. Messing around with dropping things which you'd think had a large affect on fps doesn't seem to do anything (Demanding graphical settings have little performance effect). I've noticed that a lot with this GPU, since my limits are most likely due to cpu/engine.

I know that for now at the 1080p I play, there is only so much that upgrading the GPU can do with 95% of the games I play. (my most demanding game is still only FarCry3. I don't even have it installed)

I'm considering getting a 3rd monitor, if that's the case then I'd benefit from a better/2nd GPU without a doubt. I'd most likely just get a 2nd 780, since multi cards are the way to go playing on 3 monitors.

*I got the game for my ol'lady also, who is on a FX6300/HD7850 (I like the 6300 much more then my old 8320). I left the settings at default, but, it looks about as good as it does on mine, and runs equally well from what I saw.
     
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I am still using my 4 (4.5?) years old HD 5850 and even though it doesn't push crazy framerates I am able to play games at medium settings and 1080p. I will most probably upgrade to the next generation of GPUs so I can again dabble with high to ultra settings. But considering that I am still at 1080p there will be no need for a behemoth. Actually, the feature that interests me the most is the supposed power efficiency of the new cards. This is the reason why I didn't jump on the R9 280x (yet?) and I am holding out to see what wattage NVidia brings to the table.
Personally, I feel like there has been no need to upgrade the GPU in the last couple of years. All of the games looked relatively fine without taxing the hardware too much.
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I am still using my 4 (4.5?) years old HD 5850 and even though it doesn't push crazy framerates I am able to play games at medium settings and 1080p. I will most probably upgrade to the next generation of GPUs so I can again dabble with high to ultra settings. But considering that I am still at 1080p there will be no need for a behemoth. Actually, the feature that interests me the most is the supposed power efficiency of the new cards. This is the reason why I didn't jump on the R9 280x (yet?) and I am holding out to see what wattage NVidia brings to the table.
Personally, I feel like there has been no need to upgrade the GPU in the last couple of years. All of the games looked relatively fine without taxing the hardware too much.

If the GTX 750 Ti is any indication of the coming power efficiency from Nvidia, it is going to be impressive. The 750 Ti can pretty much hit 60 FPS at 1080P on medium settings for most any game, it is a beast of a little card.
    
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If the GTX 750 Ti is any indication of the coming power efficiency from Nvidia, it is going to be impressive. The 750 Ti can pretty much hit 60 FPS at 1080P on medium settings for most any game, it is a beast of a little card.

I hope that as well. The reviews were indeed impressive and encouraging. But I will first wait for the "main course" to come out before going bonkers tongue.gif
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Its annoying when people pretend like mid spec cards don't exist and go on to yell about how the world is about to end because graphics cards are all of a sudden aren't affordable. All you need to max out is a GTX 760, which is a whopping $250. If you are good with just High settings, which is barely a compromise, you can use a R9 270 or a GTX 660 which is even cheaper. If you want a mix of Medium/High then you can get a R7 265 or a GTX 750 Ti. Ive haven't seen sales of GPUs that good ever since the 650 Ti Boost was selling for $130 that has SLI and slightly higher FPS over the 750 Ti.

Buy according to your needs. I always feel my stomach drop when a new PC gamer buys a GTX 780 Ti with a 60Hz 1080p monitor.
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I always feel my stomach drop when a new PC gamer buys a GTX 780 Ti with a 60Hz 1080p monitor.

You and me both. Now then, if it was 3x 1080P i would recommend 2x 780Ti & a 3770k/4770k.
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