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

There's not much point in running at 1440p for a pro gamer... I still know of a lot of pros who play on 5:4 or 4:3 at 1280x1024 or some small res like that... They make a little 19 inch window on the 24 inch monitors.

I wonder what Riot Games uses for their computers for the LCS... Wouldn't be surprised if it was 660s or something pretty mid range like that.

I get 150-200 FPS on my 670m which is basically a slow 560... I can't really say the same for some other games, but AFAIK the more demanding games are never popular in competitive play because they are less responsive.
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There's not much point in running at 1440p for a pro gamer... I still know of a lot of pros who play on 5:4 or 4:3 at 1280x1024 or some small res like that... They make a little 19 inch window on the 24 inch monitors.

I wonder what Riot Games uses for their computers for the LCS... Wouldn't be surprised if it was 660s or something pretty mid range like that.

I get 150-200 FPS on my 670m which is basically a slow 560... I can't really say the same for some other games, but AFAIK the more demanding games are never popular in competitive play because they are less responsive.

Exactly which is part of the reason why CS has been so popular over the years and even cod4 promod to a certain extent.
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There's not much point in running at 1440p for a pro gamer... I still know of a lot of pros who play on 5:4 or 4:3 at 1280x1024 or some small res like that... They make a little 19 inch window on the 24 inch monitors.

I wonder what Riot Games uses for their computers for the LCS... Wouldn't be surprised if it was 660s or something pretty mid range like that.

I get 150-200 FPS on my 670m which is basically a slow 560... I can't really say the same for some other games, but AFAIK the more demanding games are never popular in competitive play because they are less responsive.

It depends on the game. That window you mentioned refers also to WoW for example. But in that game it's probably best to make sure the CPU is a beast and then care about the graphics. It's probably the most optimal on a high end 4/8 threaded Intel or better, but on any GPU better than a 680. They probably don't even need more than 60hz vsync.

But go on a competitive FPS game, you have to be full screen because it's just more viewing area. Well, unless your monitor is around 30'' or more and you can can afford a window, but it's probably best for performance to full screen a 24'' 1080. On 100 fps at least.
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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.

Only reason I brought this up because the numbering is so familiar. Which card currently gives the same performance/price as the 8800GT today? Just curious.
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I click on this page every day and I've played less than 2 hours worth of games on my 780Ti since November arrowheadsmiley.png
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I click on this page every day and I've played less than 2 hours worth of games on my 780Ti since November arrowheadsmiley.png

Yeah, one of the reasons these cards are an investment worth investigating. e.g. I currently have a list of adventure games to play that don't need anything better than a 4 or 5 year old computer to play. But I also want to wait for the Fall since it's likely to get 14 or/and 20nm chips by then so it's worth the wait more.
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I wouldn't consider better than GTX 780 Ti and the like to be midrange. It's hard to tell from specs just how it will perform because it is gimped by the memory bit depth and ROP count but will probably still beat a vanilla GTX 780.

I don't consider the Titan or any of its above $1000 companions to be "high-end" because it is playing it a totally different ballgame, "ultra-high-end" for professionals with deeper pockets.

I really hope next generation Nvidia returns to reason that the sweet spot price/performance will always outsell and make the big bucks for them. Not this runaway price point train. It just seems like every new graphics card announced is more expensive than the last. The ceiling will be found soon.
So you think the 880 will probably beat a vanilla 780...has there ever been a gpu release where the previous high end model(780) BEATS the new high end model(880)? Because that would equate to about 0 cards sold

What's the point of your comment? Ok Thanks for agreeing with me.
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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...






I definitely agree with the first part of your post. Because lots of people use the same screen for both their tv and computer screen. And in no way is 780ti/290x overkill for 1080P even at 60 hz. Plenty of games with high settings and aa applied will need that power, and Im going to leave the serious gamer comment alone lol

Don't know why it adds my post in the same box as what I quoted???

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Since everyone's speculating, this is my speculation dartboard based off 128 CUDA cores per SMM (the smallest unit of Maxwell):




One has to match.

See also http://www.overclock.net/a/what-i-expect-from-nvidias-maxwell-speculation-draft

edit: performance prediction


Where'd I get the clocks from?
HWBOT average overclock for cards on air , water for cards with PCI-e power Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

GTX 780 Ti = 1186 , 1346
GTX 780 = 1178 , 1202
GTX 770 = 1246 , 1278
GTX 760 = 1239 , 1238
GTX 750 TI = 1324 , 1423
GTX 750 = 1314

GTX 690 = 1072 , 1237
GTX 680 = 1220, 1311
GTX 670 = 1134 , 1215
GTX 660 TI = 1130 , 1257
GTX 660 = 1314
GTX 650 TI Boost = 1207
GTX 650 = 1281, 1451

R9 290X = 1160 , 1239
R9 290 = 1131 , 1158
R9 280X = 1190 , 1274
R9 270X = 1203 , 1255
R9 270 = 1058 , 1183
R7 260X = 1243
R7 260 = 1241

HD 7990 = 1101 , 1143
HD 7970 x2 = 1180 , 1180
HD 7970 = 1205 , 1286
HD 7950 = 1134 , 1216
HD 7870XT = 1184 , 1220
HD 7870 = 1226 , 1290
HD 7850 = 1126 , 1267
HD 7790 = 1175 , 1453
HD 7770 = 1150 , 1328

As you can see 1100Mhz is a highly probable stock clock and 1300Mhz is a highly reasonable overclock expectation.
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Since everyone's speculating, this is my speculation dartboard based off 128 CUDA cores per SMM (the smallest unit of Maxwell):




One has to match.

See also http://www.overclock.net/a/what-i-expect-from-nvidias-maxwell-speculation-draft

edit: performance prediction


Where'd I get the clocks from?
HWBOT average overclock for cards on air , water for cards with PCI-e power Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

GTX 780 Ti = 1186 , 1346
GTX 780 = 1178 , 1202
GTX 770 = 1246 , 1278
GTX 760 = 1239 , 1238
GTX 750 TI = 1324 , 1423
GTX 750 = 1314

GTX 690 = 1072 , 1237
GTX 680 = 1220, 1311
GTX 670 = 1134 , 1215
GTX 660 TI = 1130 , 1257
GTX 660 = 1314
GTX 650 TI Boost = 1207
GTX 650 = 1281, 1451

R9 290X = 1160 , 1239
R9 290 = 1131 , 1158
R9 280X = 1190 , 1274
R9 270X = 1203 , 1255
R9 270 = 1058 , 1183
R7 260X = 1243
R7 260 = 1241

HD 7990 = 1101 , 1143
HD 7970 x2 = 1180 , 1180
HD 7970 = 1205 , 1286
HD 7950 = 1134 , 1216
HD 7870XT = 1184 , 1220
HD 7870 = 1226 , 1290
HD 7850 = 1126 , 1267
HD 7790 = 1175 , 1453
HD 7770 = 1150 , 1328

As you can see 1100Mhz is a highly probable stock clock and 1300Mhz is a highly reasonable overclock expectation.
Doubt they're going to stick with 384 bit wide bus. Its either 512 wide bus with GDDR5 or 384 with GDDR6.
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