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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.

I don't necessarily agree. Most games look smoother the higher the fps they are able to run at, even if they cannot display all those frames on a monitor so for people who are serious gamers and have the money to spend, a 780 TI is not definitively a bad choice for 60hz 1080p. But then again, why would a serious gamer be running 60hz 1080p...

It does happen though tongue.gif
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post #322 of 481
I just picked up a 780 Classy biggrin.gif but i'm running a 144hz VG248QE wink.gif

I'm with Dizz though, the more future proof the better, at least it's not gonna hurt.
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post #323 of 481
Even stable 60fps is hard to achieve in some games with a 780ti.
I will never understand this concept of high end cards being supposedly "overkill/unnecessary/useless"
post #324 of 481
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Even stable 60fps is hard to achieve in some games with a 780ti.
I will never understand this concept of high end cards being supposedly "overkill/unnecessary/useless"

I think it all depends on what games we are all playing!

I felt my GTX680's were overkill on Crysis2 (DX11 & Hi Res Textures ) & Battlefield 3 AT 1080P with ultra\high settings.
But Crysis 3 at ultra settings HEAVILY taxed them!
Can anyone achieve 144 fps on their 144Hz display on Crysis 3 with ultra settings?

Now I'm running at 4K, I'm thinking 2 GTX880's may not be enough and I may have to play at medium settings.
If it is using a GM204 (presumably cut down version), hopefully AMD may push them to release a GM210 chip!
But then I may waste a year waiting for that to happen, then it doesn't.
I can't wait 2 years for Pascal.
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I'm excited for what the mobile versions of these cards will bring. With the big drop in power consumption on the 750ti and great performance I would expect to see a mobile chip to really shine with Maxwell...
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Yeah the 20nm mobile parts should be pretty good.

As far as running 780 Tis at 1080p IMO it's a waste of money if you don't have 120/144Hz capability... Depending on what your definition of a serious gamer is, they will often use high FPS monitors anyway, and will be looking for very consistent/smooth framerates.

I play quite a few games relatively competitively, so having the extra overhead to provide smooth performance is very welcome. Then again, who plays Crysis 3 competetively... Sounds a bit far fetched, even after you have thrown out ultra settings.
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I know I am late, but does this mean the GTX880= the new 8800GT? confused.gif
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I don't necessarily agree. Most games look smoother the higher the fps they are able to run at, even if they cannot display all those frames on a monitor so for people who are serious gamers and have the money to spend, a 780 TI is not definitively a bad choice for 60hz 1080p. But then again, why would a serious gamer be running 60hz 1080p...

It does happen though tongue.gif

Yeah, basically 1080p is pretty much a standard when competition must be priority number one. Hell, they even turn unnecessary graphics down to hell so it's not even supposed to look good. The alternative is to get high fps on at least 1440k but good luck finding it that cost effective for an environment that Must have, at all times, optimal FPS.
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I know I am late, but does this mean the GTX880= the new 8800GT? confused.gif

No, maybe a closer analogy would be the 8800GTS 512

Otherwise think of it as the GTX 480 if that had the specs of the GTX 560 ti.
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Yeah, basically 1080p is pretty much a standard when competition must be priority number one. Hell, they even turn unnecessary graphics down to hell so it's not even supposed to look good. The alternative is to get high fps on at least 1440k but good luck finding it that cost effective for an environment that Must have, at all times, optimal FPS.

Yes but most competitive gamers who run 1080p are running at least 120hz but yeah you are right.
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