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Default GeForce GTX 780 Ti makes an appearance - 10-18-2013, 17:46 | posts: 19,541 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Over at Montreal Canada at a tech day Nvidia just announced the GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Aside from the photo's we took, that really is all we know about the product. It could be aa faster clocked 780, it...

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Default 10-18-2013, 17:49 | posts: 5,698 | Location: Sunny Scotland

It'll probably beat the titan but have less vram, oh how I want one of these.
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 19:41 | posts: 5,976 | Location: Канад

wait which MXM module is that.... beside it in the one pic 780m TI?
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 19:55 | posts: 94

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It'll probably beat the titan but have less vram, oh how I want one of these.
There already is a 780 version that beats the titan
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 20:09 | posts: 4,171 | Location: Oakland, CA, US

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wait which MXM module is that.... beside it in the one pic 780m TI?
See: Nvidia G-sync thread.

That G-sync module seems to be MXM?
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 20:17 | posts: 5,564 | Location: Urban`Jungle

Hopefully its Atlas K40 replica without DP and higher clock.

GK180 with full 15SMX, 3-6gb
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 20:34 | posts: 3,308 | Location: Nederland

Hmm, get this or wait for 800 Series : /
   
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I don't get this. Titan gets beat by factory overclocked gtx 780 already. This will beat it too. Yet they call it titan. And charge an arm and a leg for it. Doesn't make sense.
   
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I don't get this. Titan gets beat by factory overclocked gtx 780 already. This will beat it too. Yet they call it titan. And charge an arm and a leg for it. Doesn't make sense.
do they ever make sense to you?
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 21:05 | posts: 6,659

Lets hope it releases at a good price point, which I suspect it might given that it's blatantly being released in answer to AMD's new offerings. Time will tell I suppose.
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 21:17 | posts: 24,287 | Location: Hampshire UK

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do they ever make sense to you?
Not recently, no. They used to make sense. I ran many high end Nvidia cards in the past. Some of them before you even knew what a gaming pc was. I'm talking about 15 years ago. My most recent Nvidia card was the gtx 480, so as you see, I'm not a fanboy like you, who's new to pc gaming and never experienced both sides.

So unless you have anything to say, other than trying to start something, go away. I'm not interested in reporting every one of your posts.

If you want to reply to my posts in the future, feel free to do so, I'm up for a debate. But don't quote my posts and then just reply with flame bait. It's childish.

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Default 10-18-2013, 21:25 | posts: 24,287 | Location: Hampshire UK

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Lets hope it releases at a good price point, which I suspect it might given that it's blatantly being released in answer to AMD's new offerings. Time will tell I suppose.
Can't wait to see what will happen to titan pricing. Surely they won't be able to charge 800+ for it after this is out.
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 21:32 | posts: 57 | Location: Sweden

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Not recently, no. They used to make sense. I ran many high end Nvidia cards in the past. Some of them before you even knew what a gaming pc was. I'm talking about 15 years ago. My most recent Nvidia card was the gtx 480, so as you see, I'm not a fanboy like you, who's new to pc gaming and never experienced both sides.

So unless you have anything to say, other than trying to start something, go away. I'm not interested in reporting every one of your posts.

If you want to reply to my posts in the future, feel free to do so, I'm up for a debate. But don't quote my posts and then just reply with flame bait. It's childish.
Perhaps you should learn some reading comprehension before you sound like a condescending prick.
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 21:34 | posts: 6,659

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Perhaps you should learn some reading comprehension before you sound like a condescending prick.
The same could be said about you. People that frequent this forum know exactly what SLI is like, thus the response.

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Can't wait to see what will happen to titan pricing. Surely they won't be able to charge 800+ for it after this is out.
I would hope not, but I have to say I wouldn't be shocked if they did charge over the odds for it.
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 21:34 | posts: 2,925 | Location: Sheffield UK

Chill guys, it's just graphics cards at end of the day.


   
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Default 10-18-2013, 21:36 | posts: 57 | Location: Sweden

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The same could be said about you. People that frequent this forum know exactly what SLI is like, thus the response.
And indeed about you, and most people in that case.

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Back on topic...
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 21:38 | posts: 3,690 | Location: Serbia, NS

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Can't wait to see what will happen to titan pricing. Surely they won't be able to charge 800+ for it after this is out.
I'm really interested what will they come up with this time.

We can expect slightly reduced price for 780, and for 780ti to hold 650.

As for titan they screw it up. If 780ti beats it then there no point selling it anymore.

What a short lifetime for a "Titan".
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 21:40 | posts: 24,287 | Location: Hampshire UK

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And indeed about you, and most people in that case.

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dude, what's with the attitude? chill. nobody is having a go at you. Next time watch your language though, just a tip. Also, what your bookmark reads is irrelevant and has nothing to do with what SLI is trying on here. You obviously don't read the forums enough to understand what he's all about. do yourself a favour and check his last few posts on this forum to get an idea of how much of a fanboy he is before you run your mouth and start calling people pricks. let's move on.

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Default 10-18-2013, 21:42 | posts: 14,467 | Location: Glasgow

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I don't get this. Titan gets beat by factory overclocked gtx 780 already. This will beat it too. Yet they call it titan. And charge an arm and a leg for it. Doesn't make sense.
It's essentially a Tesla card, not an all out gaming card, that is why it is so expensive compared to other more video game specific cards.

I'm quite looking forward to this, hopefully Nvidia have cut it down so it's very much just a gaming card, ideally as cool and quiet as possible as well.
Would rather it was a 6GB card, but that might well shove the price up too much.

Either way it should reduce the price of the 780.
   
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Default 10-18-2013, 21:44 | posts: 24,287 | Location: Hampshire UK

I understand it's a tesla and everything it can do, but most buy it for games. And it'll be outdone in games by the 780ti, that's why I'm saying it'll be interesting to see the pricing. if it remains at 800+, I can't see many people buying it at all.
   
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It's essentially a Tesla card, not an all out gaming card, that is why it is so expensive compared to other more video game specific cards.

I'm quite looking forward to this, hopefully Nvidia have cut it down so it's very much just a gaming card, ideally as cool and quiet as possible as well.
Would rather it was a 6GB card, but that might well shove the price up too much.

Either way it should reduce the price of the 780.
Well, not a Tesla, but both use GK110, but Titan have absolutely nothing aside the DP enabled you find on Tesla or Quadro ( no ECC memory, no professional computing stuff, etc etc )... And they have just disable more DP processors on the 780.. ( disabled, not removed them so you have 1/24 DP rate instead of 1/3). ( then the SMX for increase clock )

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I'm pretty sure Titan will be phased out soon. No reason for its existence as a gaming card when 780ti is released.
   
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I'm pretty sure Titan will be phased out soon. No reason for its existence as a gaming card when 780ti is released.
yep, as a gaming card, it'll be irrelevant.
   
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dude, what's with the attitude? chill. nobody is having a go at you. Next time watch your language though, just a tip. Also, what your bookmark reads is irrelevant and has nothing to do with what SLI is trying on here. You obviously don't read the forums enough to understand what he's all about. do yourself a favour and check his last few posts on this forum to get an idea of how much of a fanboy he is before you run your mouth and start calling people pricks. let's move on.
No offense eclap but you have no room to call anyone a fanboy. Nothing wrong with it just calling a spade a spade.
   
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Well, not a Tesla, but both use GK110, but Titan have absolutely nothing aside the DP enabled you find on Tesla or Quadro ( no ECC memory, no professional computing stuff, etc etc )... And they have just disable more DP processors on the 780.. ( disabled, not removed them so you have 1/24 DP rate instead of 1/3). ( then the SMX for increase clock )
I did say essentially, was on my phone so was being lazy was simplifying why the card costs so much more when it offers little in comparison compared to the 780 when it comes to gaming.
   
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