My other choice is to get cheaper EVGA GTX 780 (non-Ti) Classified, which AFAIK, would OC really well, wouldn't it? What are the chances of reaching GTX 780 Ti speeds with EVGA 780 Classified? Reaching GGTX 780 Ti SPEED is not the same as reaching GTX 780 Ti clocks because in addition to clocks, GTX 780 Ti has more shader processors and etc. That means that GTX 780 clocks would have to surpass GTX 780 Ti clocks for that to happen..
I could also get the ASUS GTX 780 (non-Ti) ROG Edition, which can be hooked to water-cooling that I am not likely to have, but I am sure it allows for higher OC and has some unlocked features?
Generally-speaking, GTX 780 Ti is better than GTX 780, but is ASUS GTX 780 Ti better than EVGA GTX 780 Classified Edition? I am concerned about the whole "locked GPU, voltage" thing people are talking about regarding GTX 780 Ti...
Would my Corsair Gold 850W PSU be good enough to OC either of the cards I listed?
Edited by MonarchX - 4/19/14 at 4:47pm