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Nvidia Unleashes Full GK110 AKA GTX 780TI

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  1. Live OR Die

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    For that price they could've make it 6gb as standard.
     
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    When the 780 came out they were rumors of a 6GB version since Titan had 6GB and that never happened.
     
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    Titan Ultra would have been less misleading since its a full GK110 and a 780 is a partially disabled Titan, still the R9-290X will be a good card even if the 780Ti will be a hell of a beast

    i have the feeling that the Titan owner will feel riped off, if the pricerange of the 780Ti is confirmed

    preventing incomming "fanboy" war of comment, shall we just go for "good competition is good, unless NV still think they can keep overpricing all they have, both brand do good GPU and in the perf/price ratio the perf point goes (by a small %) to NV and the price point goes to AMD"

    indeed and now im considering the point that the only advantage of the Titan is the 6gb, again : if the stats and price of the 780Ti is confirmed
     
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    To be fair, I get the feeling most sane people just have a budget, and buy whatever the most powerful GPU is they can get for that price. That seems reasonable, at least that's what I do.
     
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    totaly true.
    (or they are just like me and buy second hand, i have now a 770 AMP! for 250$ incomming at home soone(tm) brand new and fuly under warranty 11.10.2013 inital buy)
     
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    I'm really hopping that this card will pack some awesome power as i have no option for SLI in my current rig.
     
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    I hope R9 290x enjoyed 5 min of fame. Or should I say shame?
     
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    Don't start that crap. Had enough of it recently, and I'm sure plenty of other people have too.
     
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    yeah omg the 780Ti will be 1% faster for 100 dollars more!! L33T! Lets start a war again! ffs...


    Is there even the slightest chance that the BIOS of the 6GB version 780Ti can unlock w/e is disabled on the Titan atm? Or is it disabled with fuses?
     
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    If GTX 780 GHz (2304) is 6% faster how 780Ti can be faster 1%?
     
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    To start, 780 Ghz doesnt exist, yet
    second, 780ti has 2880 sp, clocked at less than 1ghz
     
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    I like nvidia but I would seriously just buy a R9 290X over this and get a better heatsink with that extra 100 bucks.

    not a chance man
     
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    Price has already been confirmed. nVidia stated publicly when they changed their pricing that a GTX780Ti would launch for $700. Only thing they didn't say was what the configuration of the core would be.

    If this is true, sucks for me as I spent the $650 for a 780. :)
     
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    The price of the 780ti was already confirmed by nVidia to be $699, the specs (so far) are not confirmed. If they are bringing out a fully unlocked card I'd expect the 780ti to be 3gb with a Titan Ultra released q1 next year as a fully unlocked, compute + 6gb of vram. If they made the 780ti a fully unlocked 6gb card there would be no other expansion possible in the lineup, it would make their q1 releases redundant and nVidia won't do that.
     
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    Time will tell i really dont think nvidia would play around they will release some think that will give them the head room to work on the 8xx series with out worrying about AMD knocking them off top spot.
     
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    price

    i think this card 780ti cheaper and faster any cards in world

    this card co coming soon waiting for bechmarks

    i think this card come with 4 or 6 GB ram

    nvidia cuts price good work nvidia i love it

    faster than = R290 -Titan - 780

    10 % good distance for this cards
     
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    It will not have 4GB of ram. It has a 384 bit bus it can only have 3 or 6GB. More than likely it'll be 3GB.
     
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    Where is it? Under that rock over there? Or maybe over there? Or only in your mind?
     
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    ...or 6GB...or 12GB ?
    If this thing comes to pass with unlocked voltage, my credit card goes on suicide watch.
     
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    Inb4 dedicated PSU for just two cards.
     
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    3 or 6 GB

    i think this card only can 6GB

    when this card come for defeat Titan and R290 X

    cant be 3GB only 6GB needed for defeat this cards

    waiting for unleash this GPU and final spec

    nvidia says this GPU can OC more than Titan

    and unlock voltage thats good
     
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