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MSI Announces the GTX 780Ti GAMING 3G Graphics Card

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Leading international motherboard and graphics card maker MSI is pleased to announce the availability of the GTX 780Ti GAMING 3G graphics card. Featuring the powerful new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780Ti GPU with 3 GB of Blazing fast GDDR5. The MSI GTX 780Ti GAMING 3G is equipped with the award winning Twin Frozr IV Advanced Thermal Design on top of a customized PCB that promises to maximize performance and efficiency for the highest FPS at the lowest temperatures and least noise.

Equipped with MSI's proprietary Airflow Control Technology, a two 10cm fan setup with patented Propeller Blade Technology, the GTX 780Ti GAMING 3G is sure to impress with its thermal performance. MSI's Gaming App is an easy utility to quickly switch between different settings. The OC mode offers the best performance, Silent mode reduces the fan noise and Gaming mode with offers an optimal balance between the two. Additionally, MSI's Military Class 4 components deliver higher stability at a longer life time while the efficiency is increased. The GTX 780Ti GAMING 3G features hardware and software designed for real gamers, making it the best choice to dominate your game.





Exclusive Gaming App Simplifies Graphics Card Tuning
MSI specifically developed its Gaming App tuning utility with true gamers in mind. All it takes is one push of a button to switch between card modes, including high-performance OC Mode for improved cooling and extreme gaming performance, Gaming Mode for perfectly balanced performance, temperatures, and stability, and Silent Mode, which reduces noise to a minimum and provides gamers with a more comfortable and relaxing user environment.

Pirates, Heroes and Spies
Get this Season's best bundle of Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag, Batman: Arkham Origins and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist free with the purchase of our GTX 780Ti GAMING 3G. Whether you're taking on the brutal life of a Pirate Assassin, the underworld of Gotham City, or taking on global terrorists, you need DirectX 11 tessellation, HBAO+, and NVIDIA TXAA antialiasing for stunning graphics, as well as NVIDIA PhysX for a hyper-realistic experience. Also, get one-click settings optimization and game-ready driver support with NVIDIA GeForce Experience, plus NVIDIA SHIELD support for unbeatable portable gaming and entertainment.



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GIVE Us the 6GB GTX 780Ti
 
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I really, really hope this card ships with the silent mode as default and they send a sample to all those that tested 290x in only 'stock'/quiet mode. I would hope those sites would then spend weeks trying to figure out why it's boost is generally not a solid 1020mhz like their review sample 780ti...and then compare it to a stock (sapphire toxic) 290x.*

(*please don't take this flamebait seriously...it's in jest. I don't really care about semantic arguments regarding stock testing, and neither should you.)
 
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Who gives a shit about 6GB? by the time games start using more then 3GB this gpu will be to slow anyway..
 
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Why nVidia is keep pushing for this TXAA garbage is beyond my comprehension. It has the WORST quality of AA of any techniques and also WORST performance.
Hell, even the filters like SMAA is light years above this crap both in quality and specially performance.
 
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Why nVidia is keep pushing for this TXAA garbage is beyond my comprehension. It has the WORST quality of AA of any techniques and also WORST performance.
Hell, even the filters like SMAA is light years above this crap both in quality and specially performance.
I've only tried it in 2 games : Assassin's Creed III and IV :Black Flag. In AC3, the performance drops are too significant but in AC4, the 2xTXAA is only slightly worse compared to SMAA or FXAA but offers pretty much no jaggies at 1080p. It's image quality is probably even better that what 4xMSAA could produced but at a much lower performance drop
 
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Doesn't blur the image like FXAA or MLAA? I've seen some horror screens on the internets...
 
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Doesn't blur the image like FXAA or MLAA? I've seen some horror screens on the internets...
Not that I could see in ACIV or it's too little to even notice. Pictures don't really do justice since if I move around, I can tell straight away TXAA looks way better.

1080p+SMAA
ACIV - SMAA.jpg


1080p+2xTXAA
ACIV - 2xTXAA.jpg


EDIT: I played around a couple minutes more and this time I can finally see a bit of blurriness at the leaves with TXAA. Very minimal imo

1080p+SMAA
http://imageshack.us/f/440/8bv.png/

1080p+2xTXAA
http://imageshack.us/f/18/bm96.png/
 
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I think the colors are richer in the top photo.
 
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Hmmm I really can't tell the colour difference
 
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That's fine. Both look almost identical. Personally I use the injector since it provides better and sharper image, but you can choose which solution is faster. Quality looks almost the same. ;)
 
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