Gigabyte nVidia GTX780 SLI vs GTX Titan SLI Comparison

Power Draw

Gigabyte nVidia GTX780 SLI vs GTX Titan SLI Comparison

Power Draw

Nobody is going to run these two cards flat out and hope for a light electricity bill. However it's worth noting that two of the most powerful cards on earth, in a system that's heavily overclocked, still only draws 691 Watts at the wall. You really are buying bigger PSUs just for the reduction in noise that the efficiency overhead allows.

 

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11-07-2013, 05:38:05

tinytomlogan
The GTX780 ran the GTX Titan very close. Today, courtesy of Gigabyte, we see how the SLI results compare and which is the better buy.


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11-07-2013, 06:01:55

PBaines
Really worth the extra $$$ for the Titans? I think not! (Not for any mainstream user atleast)Quote

11-07-2013, 06:21:12

remember300
It was good to see you prediction from when the 780's came out, which was that unless your doing high res and multiple displays, there is not really any point to buy titans except for bragging rights, the only thing is i guess that when water cooling, maybe the titans with the extra ram will over take the 780's by a larger margin. But for the general person, (like me ) the 780 will make alot of happy boys and girls if its a single card or more.Quote
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