nVidia GTX780 Ti Review

3D Mark Vantage

nVidia GTX780Ti Review

3D Mark Vantage

The major competitor for the GTX780Ti is the R9 290X and, from their own stable, the highly overclocked MSI GTX780s. The GTX780Ti definitely has the edge at stock, indeed it's so good it makes the R9 290X look positively pedestrian. The overclock is where the real gains are to be had though. No gentle handful of points here, we're pushing close to the performance of the HD7990 Devil 13 and nearly 3000 X Marks ahead of the MSI GTX780 OC.

 

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07-11-2013, 09:28:40

s13viper
Very nice, super speed, but far too expensive. In australia they will be $850+. Ill get 2! 290's and put them under water for $1000. Much faster, looks better, quieter and less heat for not much more money. An easy choice. I was waiting until the 290x/290 and 780ti came out to decide and now the choice is easy. For anyone on water you would be crazy to pay $850 for one of these when a 290x on water is just as fast, quieter and cheaper for $250 less.

For those not on water the choice is much harder for sure! For single GPU a 780ti makes sense, but dual 290's on stock fan profiles are a serious contender.Quote

07-11-2013, 09:32:27

MrKambo
Cheers mate!

it truly is an amazing card, and for anyone wanting to spend that kind of money for whatever reason its awesome!!

haven't watched the video yet, but ill save that for later, from what ive read, its not worth getting rid of my 780 classy for this, as my classy overclocks quite well, and isnt far off the FPS the Ti produces!Quote

07-11-2013, 09:41:17

SieB
I'll take 2 please, Bob Lol, I wish.

I want to see what can be done with this card with overvolting! If it overclocks that well by just upping the power limit slider, then upping the volts must give even better results.

I do feel sorry for all the people that bought the Titan though, everything from the 780, 290/x and now the 780 Ti is just a slap in the face to the people that spent £800 on it.Quote

07-11-2013, 09:44:32

ShaunB-91
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Originally Posted by SieB View Post
I'll take 2 please, Bob Lol, I wish.

I want to see what can be done with this card with overvolting! If it overclocks that well by just upping the power limit slider, then upping the volts must give even better results.

I do feel sorry for all the people that bought the Titan though, everything from the 780, 290/x and now the 780 Ti is just a slap in the face to the people that spent £800 on it.
I guess those who have the Titan have deep pockets though so they won't be bothered. Has anybody on this forum got a Titan? I don't think there is..?Quote

07-11-2013, 09:45:29

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by ShaunB-91 View Post
I guess those who have the Titan have deep pockets though so they won't be bothered. Has anybody on this forum got a Titan? I don't think there is..?
I do. Its in the box Quote
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