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hi i have the 4770K in overclocking to 4,5 my question is

and my video card is 780 gtx

my question is if i will update my 780 to 1180 when it releases will i see improvent??

and i have one more question

if i will update to 1180 for how long do you believe that 1180 will hold me for to play games?? in resolution 1920.1080 and more,. ?and 1440p/?

will hold me for 4 years from now for to play games in ultra and 60 fps??

is it worth to update in 1180 or is better to wait for volta when it comes in 2 years?>?
 

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Yes you will see improvement

You will not be able to do 1440p, 100% max, 60 fps for 4 years in everything, maybe 1-2 years.

Only you can decide whether its worth upgrading now or waiting... 2 years is a long time
 

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you mean that 1180 will last me only one year??for 1920.1080 and 1440p??

only one year??

what you mean 2 years is a long time?

so if someone has 1080 Ti will hold him one year from now?? for to play in 1920.1080?and 1440P?

so 1180 will hold me 1 year??

so itnot worth if you are saying me that 1180 will hold me 1 year..

better to stay with 780 ..

and 1180 is supposed to be a new card corect?? and to hold me only 1 year from now for to buy games??
 

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It depends on the games you play, but the GTX 1180 would be a massive upgrade if the rumored performance numbers turn out to be true. If you're gaming at 1080p, a GTX 1070 Ti would be a relevant enough upgrade for you. The GTX 1070 Ti is basically a GTX 1080 with one compute unit disabled and less VRAM and would be stellar for 1080p and more than adequate for 1440p.

There's rumors of a late July, possibly August release. If that's one of the reasons you're holding off, EVGA's Step-Up Program is an incentive to purchase an EVGA card.
 

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so for 1080p for how long will hold me? 2 years?? or less?

and for 1440P for how long will last me?? only 1 year?
 

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It will be a massive upgrade. I still use my 780ti cards and I can tell you when i compare against even one of my 980ti its night and day. You can get by with the 780 for a while still but 1080p and lower some settings.
 

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Hi,
lol how long has the 780 been since it's release :)
 

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for how long will hold me? 2 years?? or less? the gtx 1180?
for 1080p??



and for 1440p for how long will hold me the 1180??
It depends on the games you play. If you're playing esports titles, there's no need to upgrade. If you're playing the newest Triple-A titles, the GTX 780 is limiting you with VRAM. A newer card will perform much better. As for how long you could use a GTX 1180 without needing to upgrade, it's hard to know. I would assume four or five years.
 

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Come on is this thread for real?

You are really wondering if a 1180 will be worth it and last for long the moment you are using a gazzilion years old GTX780?
 

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Come on is this thread for real?

You are really wondering if a 1180 will be worth it and last for long the moment you are using a gazzilion years old GTX780?
Hi,
lol yeah not sure why people are entertaining this thread along with his other cpu upgrade thread with it's now 86 posts to do the obvious :D :doh
 

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ThrashZone i dont want spend money for one card that will hold me 1 year only

for this i asked .. and i ask my apologizes
 

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If you are happy with the way the 780 performs now then even a 1080ti would last you probably 4-6yrs at 1080p. A 1080ti is ~3x faster than what you have now, and I expect an 1180 to be 10-20% faster than that. That said even the 1080ti can't hold 60fps in everything at 4K maxed, so If you want to play at 4K you'd have to turn down some settings eventually regardless of what card you buy.

How long the card will last is subjective.. I had enough of my 780ti about 2yrs ago and even a 1070 wasn't fast enough for my liking, but the 1080ti has been great so far.. But I like to play at 120hz and hold at least 90fps minimum.
 
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