Thursday, November 7th 2013

MSI Launches GTX 780Ti Graphics Card

The new MSI GTX 780Ti ties incredible performance and power efficiency into one great product. Boost your gaming experience with a stunningly beautiful, quiet design. With NVIDIA GPU Boost 2.0 you get maximum clock speeds while PhsyX and TXAA technologies give smooth, sharp graphics. Whether you're playing on stunning 4K monitors at extreme settings or multiple monitors at 2560x1600/2560x2440, the GTX 780 Ti provides horsepower to drive all of today's most demanding games. The GTX 780Ti also is ready for 3D displays and is supported by GeForce Experience which automatically optimizes your games for optimum performance.


Cutting Edge Technologies
The MSI GTX 780Ti is filled to the brim with technology that improves your gaming experience. The recently announced NVIDIA G-SYNC is fully supported and removes tearing and reduces input lag. Streaming your games to a NVIDIA SHIELD gaming console allows you to play your favorite PC game on this portable console. GeForce Experience takes the hassle out of configuring your games for optimum performance and ShadowPlay which automatically captures your favorite gaming moments. The GTX 780Ti can be run in 3-way SLI configurations for maximum performance.
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26 Comments on MSI Launches GTX 780Ti Graphics Card

#1
jigar2speed
Finally the fully unlocked GK 110 arrives :toast:

Review please.
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#2
Slomo4shO
Interesting, no formal reviews or details about this launch...
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#3
the54thvoid
by: Slomo4shO
Interesting, no formal reviews or details about this launch...
Announced with next to no fanfare....

I understand some things, like the Nexus 5 being released without any fuss because that's what Google do. But Nvidia releasing their most complete GK110 without any reviews on NDA lift?

It's either rushed out (very likely) or under performs (possible, compared to uber 290X).
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#4
Slomo4shO
by: the54thvoid

under performs (possible, compared to uber 290X).
Seems so...

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#5
EpicShweetness
I'm just interested in the heat, noise, and power consumption of this crazy contraption. I knew GK110 was the superior GPU, but does it come with the same sacrifice AMD was willing to make? Lets burn the midnight oil, and get to benchmarking :rockout:
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#7
Sagia86
$150 more and only a bit faster than Radeon 290x. No thank you
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#8
hardcore_gamer
After 3 years of sandbagging, the true successor of GTX 580 finally arrives.
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#9
zzzaac
Might get this to replace my 6950, only if it's quieter and less hotter than the 290x (i'm fussy about that)

Either this or non-reference 290x (whenever they come out)
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#10
hardcore_gamer
by: zzzaac
Either this or non-reference 290x (whenever they come out)
Just get a 290 (non X) and save the rest for water cooling. Or get a 780 if Nvidia drops its price to $399.
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#11
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: hardcore_gamer
Just get a 290 (non X) and save the rest for water cooling.
Not everybody wants to watercool you know(nor should they have to for that matter)... And not everybody has the case for it either.
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#12
hardcore_gamer
by: RCoon
Not everybody wants to watercool you know(nor should they have to for that matter)... And not everybody has the case for it either.
Even if he doesn't want to watercool, spending 150 bucks extra for the 290X is not a good idea.
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#13
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: hardcore_gamer
Even if he doesn't want to watercool, spending 150 bucks extra for the 290X is not a good idea.
I certainly agree with that.
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#14
Xzibit
by: the54thvoid
Announced with next to no fanfare....

I understand some things, like the Nexus 5 being released without any fuss because that's what Google do. But Nvidia releasing their most complete GK110 without any reviews on NDA lift?

It's either rushed out (very likely) or under performs (possible, compared to uber 290X).
NDA lifts at 6am PST (4hrs 30mins)

The only concern or issue I have seen so far is the card still throttles @ 60% fan speed in the benchmarks leaks.

Termal limits might still be 85C and 95C for safety.
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#15
SIGSEGV
by: hardcore_gamer
Even if he doesn't want to watercool, spending 150 bucks extra for the 290X is not a good idea.
50 bucks is enough to cool 290x
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#16
Suka
Waiting for those benches
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#17
theoneandonlymrk
by: Slomo4shO
Interesting, no formal reviews or details about this launch...
At a few watts less full load than a 290x , just as loud and scarcely equal performance at 150 notes more im not surprised at the silence.
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#18
the54thvoid
by: Xzibit
NDA lifts at 6am PST (4hrs 30mins)

The only concern or issue I have seen so far is the card still throttles @ 60% fan speed in the benchmarks leaks.

Termal limits might still be 85C and 95C for safety.
Ah, I see. Confused by the MSI announcement.
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#19
sweet
3 way SLI? So I guess the world records will still belong to AMD's quad fire 290x
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#20
Max Mojo
Overprized. 3 GB VRAM is still a bad joke. Thanks God AMD made some concurrence. Nvidia became too arrogant and self-satisfied since the Titan-mania.
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#21
valentyn0
@[USER=64561]mojo[/USER], get over your high horse, i still prefer to pay premium to nvidia and have an all around good card than amd (if only ATI never agreed to be bought by amd maybe things would had been different for ATI, like in the 9800 era).
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#23
dom99
Pleased with my 290, haven't touched the voltage yet and got 1100mhz on the core stable, it really does overclock like crazy. Plus I'm amazed by just how smooth the game play is in all my games!

So looks like this 780ti will have to out perform an OC'd 290 by some way to peek my interest
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#24
CowboyFromHell
by: Max Mojo
Overprized. 3 GB VRAM is still a bad joke. Thanks God AMD made some concurrence. Nvidia became too arrogant and self-satisfied since the Titan-mania.
What's wrong with 3GB vram?
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#25
Recus
by: sweet
3 way SLI? So I guess the world records will still belong to AMD's quad fire 290x
According geforce.com GTX 780Ti can do 4-way.
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