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PostSubject: GTX 780 overclock results   Sat Jun 01, 2013 2:49 am

SOURCE

Granted, these are not against an overclocked Titan, but the 780 can achieve much higher clocks than a Titan. I have no doubt that, under water, these will be able to hit a +100MHz core clock.

If the 8970 does not end up killing it, which it should, I will definitely be picking up two or three of these. Going to need to sell off my 7970s, 670 and 570s, though.
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PostSubject: Re: GTX 780 overclock results   Fri Jul 26, 2013 1:05 pm

considering 1440p is now a thing of the past with 4k panels at $999.00 your gonna need that extra ram very soon, add into the mix DX11.1 with BF4 and 3g (780) will hit a barrier, plus who wants to overclock cards when they go bad so soon after you OC them.



Lets them test it with a overclocked TITAN and a 4k panel

then see the results. The future is now.

Anand is very reputable but they should have tested it against an overclocked TITAN to be fair and truly scientific.
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PostSubject: Re: GTX 780 overclock results   Fri Jul 26, 2013 1:46 pm

4K is up-and-coming, but it's not quite here yet. EDIT: That statement was a bit unclear. It's here, but it's not affordable for a lot of people and it's not practical.

Right now I would much rather have three 1440p monitors than a single 4K monitor.

The RAM makes zero difference with 4K. Look here. With the release of the 780 Lightning, HOF, Classified, and the DCII I see no reason to get a Titan at all.
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PostSubject: Re: GTX 780 overclock results   Fri Jul 26, 2013 2:22 pm

C4ples wrote:
4K is up-and-coming, but it's not quite here yet. EDIT: That statement was a bit unclear. It's here, but it's not affordable for a lot of people and it's not practical.

incorrect -

for enthusiasts 4999.99 its here now

http://tinyurl.com/kfal9ys

for economical - 999.99 -30 days

http://www.guru3d.com/news_story/tcl_hdtvs_50_inch_4k_model_for_999.html



C4ples wrote:
The RAM makes zero difference with 4K.

incorrect

http://www.brightsideofnews.com/news/2012/6/18/the-4k-graphics-card-shootout.aspx


FTA: Anyone selling you on 4GB is basically selling you a 4K solution as we did actually run out of VRAM on the GTX 680 at Ultra settings in 4K resolution.



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PostSubject: Re: GTX 780 overclock results   Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:37 pm

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for economical - 999.99 -30 days

That's not economical. That might be a good price for you and I- people who have the money to spend on these things. Most people, however, cannot. It is not economical for the majority of people, making it uneconomical.

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C4ples wrote:
The RAM makes zero difference with 4K.

incorrect

http://www.brightsideofnews.com/news/2012/6/18/the-4k-graphics-card-shootout.aspx

No. Correct. You're comparing the difference between a 3GB card and a 2GB card. It's completely irrelevant, as you and I are discussing the difference between a 3GB card and a 6GB card. As of now there is no functional difference between the two cards in terms of RAM usage.
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PostSubject: Re: GTX 780 overclock results   Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:17 pm

Your quote says ram makes no difference for 4k , you cant back it up with any evidence because none exists. 4k uses much more pixels and more information, hence and more calculations. So the ram is more than relevant its necessary, Please educate me because i cant find any evidence of ram not important for 4k testing. the link I posted says it ran out of ram at 2g for bf3, Have you seen any other tests on 4k ? I am curious ,,,
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PostSubject: Re: GTX 780 overclock results   Fri Jul 26, 2013 6:21 pm

Quoth Caples:

C4ples wrote:
Look here.

I definitely did. That's a link. Look at the results and the results of similar tests.

However, I'll spell it out for you.

Blops II @ high/extra: 1,576MB

Titan: 61.9FPS
780: 57.0FPS
7970: 50.4FPS

Crysis 3 @ high: 1,872MB

Titan: 26.2FPS
780: 26.0FPS
7970: 20.5FPS

Dirt Showdown @ ultra: 1,153MB

Titan: 37.7FPS
780: 36.8FPS
7970: 38.7FPS

Far Cry 3 @ ultra: 1,813MB

Titan: 35.4FPS
780: 36.0FPS
7970: 27.8FPS

Just Cause 2 @ very high: 928MB

Titan: 57.9FPS
780: 53.3FPS
7970: 50.3FPS

The Titan, when it does beat it, beats it only just.

Now, if you're turning on AA on a 4K monitor then frame buffer will start to matter. However, since you're playing at such a massive resolution you actually don't even need AA, as the article takes care to point out in the end as well.
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PostSubject: Re: GTX 780 overclock results   Fri Jul 26, 2013 6:33 pm

your own links and spec prove more memory is better, you keep on getting links that prove my point ... thanks Smile

More memory means higher resolutions and disproves your 780 oc which stops being faster at 4k resolutions btw.

but hey at least hey were not using cheap ass korean monitors that so many nvidians are having problems with.

I love asus product.
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PostSubject: Re: GTX 780 overclock results   Fri Jul 26, 2013 6:51 pm

Lolwhut. So despite the fact that the 780 performs the same or better than a Titan means the larger frame buffer on the Titan is better. Again, despite the fact they perform exactly the same.
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