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post #21 of 24976 (permalink) Old 05-23-2013, 09:40 AM
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it's usually only 50-100 more for more ram if you look at last two generations. even if it's more than 100, still cheaper than titan. 800 is still better than 1k to me since I need two that means 400 cheaper.

or they could drop price of titan and call it a day. biggrin.gif

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As much as it would be nice to see a 6gb 780 @ $100 more, I just don't see it happening..

People wont even take a look at titans tongue.gif

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Just got back from the shop. It's too easy to buy these things. But going to sell my 680 DCII cards now. I was surprised the local shop had these readily available at launch.



Too bad I'm having the on-duty engineer week and tired as hell. biggrin.gif

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Just ordered my EVGA 780 off Newegg. Microcenter couldnt tell me when they would arrive frown.gif

Now to find a koolance block biggrin.gif

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The price of these is very appealing... Do I save up and get a 3570k and fully watercool my sig rig, ooorrrrr save and get one of these bad boys....
Save up for a bigger, higher res monitor. Shame to waste the 780s power on the one in your sig.

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Just pulled the trigger on the EVGA ACX version. Can't wait!

Though, was a little slow and didn't order it in time for the first shipment at NCIX. Wait time says 5-10 days though, so I think it'll be worth the wait since it was priced the same as all the reference cards.

God I can't wait (I know I said that twice but I'm excited)! Was a nice price considering everyone was thinking it'd have a $699 price tag. Not to mention, that leaked benchmark had the Titan as only an 8% improvement. I was originally considering the Titan because of the extra vram, but other than that, it doesn't have that much more going for it to justify the extra $400.

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Just pulled the trigger on the EVGA ACX version. Can't wait!

Though, was a little slow and didn't order it in time for the first shipment at NCIX. Wait time says 5-10 days though, so I think it'll be worth the wait since it was priced the same as all the reference cards.

God I can't wait (I know I said that twice but I'm excited)! Was a nice price considering everyone was thinking it'd have a $699 price tag. Not to mention, that leaked benchmark had the Titan as only an 8% improvement. I was originally considering the Titan because of the extra vram, but other than that, it doesn't have that much more going for it to justify the extra $400.

good choice smile.gif . mine will be here on saturday hehehe can't wait too.

PS: Google spreadsheet is done. First gets the card fill the form. thumb.gif

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I have my eVGA 780 SuperClock (titan cooler) incoming! Already have tracking info with overnight shipping, due tomorrow biggrin.gif.

Seems oc'd 780 is within ~5% of an oc'd Titan, from the reviews I've read. Can't wait thumb.gif!

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Bought 2 EVGA 780's from Newegg with overnight shipping. Wanted to order from Amazon, but I don't know what's going on over there. Hopefully, since I paid for overnight, they'll be delivered tomorrow. I have no experience with overnight shipments with Newegg.

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newegg has the evga twin fan one instock
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007709%20600451269&IsNodeId=1&name=GeForce%20GTX%20700%20series
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The titan cooler looks good to some but its not great for cooling tbh...if not going water i'd get a custom giga w3 or others ....really 80c+even with the fan speed up f that.
Do yourselves favors if not water cooling do custom(dont give me the it blows hot air in the case bs) air coolers save 20c off load temps.
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I refuse to pay 1k EACH for a graphics cards when I have to have two. Evga will release 6gb 780s for prob $100 more down the road. I got time to wait anyways, in the middle of selling a house and buying a new house.

Same here, but I've got 5760x1080 instead.
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