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    I am now at the lest step of my build, getting a GPU, but now i left with 3 options, i would like some help or guide for my final decision.

    I want to buy a strong GPU and i narrowed my choice to one of the following 3:

    1. GTX Titan

    2. GTX 690 [in many tests i saw, this card even beating the Titan on some benchmarks, so it is to be considered as well]

    3. 2 GTX 780, because it is cheaper than 2 above i can manage to get 2, in fact i can even get 3 but only 2 now and the other after 2-3 months by now

    In all cases, the budget of above is in range of $1000-1300

    I am not sure if SLI is a good idea as i heard even it may increase performance but it will have some issues and it will not increase by double i know, but i have to choose something that will last me for at least 3 years, after 3 years who knows what will be there.

    If you ask about how many monitors as usual question then i said i may go up to 3, believe me, if i can go up to 5 i will do, so i want to get an overkill card now that will handle any addition in the future rather than i buy something cheaper and then later i have to change card because i add more resolutions.

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    Default Re: GPU decision

    I own two EVGA GTX690s and ther are a hell of a lot better than Titan and for the same price, however if you can afford to spend $1300, go with two GTX780s and enable SLI. I've been running SLI, TRI-SLI, and Quad SLI since it was first released, & have never had any issues.
    Running SLI does not double your performance, your gain around 20--25% however graphics are amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I own two EVGA GTX690s and ther are a hell of a lot better than Titan and for the same price, however if you can afford to spend $1300, go with two GTX780s and enable SLI. I've been running SLI, TRI-SLI, and Quad SLI since it was first released, & have never had any issues.
    Running SLI does not double your performance, your gain around 20--25% however graphics are amazing
    OK, i apologize to post this thread, after a lot of thinking and i asked another forums and i checked a lot of tests, i decided i want to go with Titan, at the end i find out that people recommend mostly by value price more than performance, and when i asked about 2 cards of any i think all said that 2 Titans will outperforms 2 of 780 or 2 of 690, so i went out and just came back with TITAN card.

    Thank you very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arabicuser View Post
    OK, i apologize to post this thread, after a lot of thinking and i asked another forums and i checked a lot of tests, i decided i want to go with Titan, at the end i find out that people recommend mostly by value price more than performance, and when i asked about 2 cards of any i think all said that 2 Titans will outperforms 2 of 780 or 2 of 690, so i went out and just came back with TITAN card.

    Thank you very much!
    2 780s outperform a single Titan in every way. 2 690s outperform 2 Titans in every single way. 2 titans perform about the same as 2 780s
    Of course the titan is an epic card, but IMO you've wasted a bit of money, because the increase in performance from the titan over the 780 is minimal

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    Quote Originally Posted by AverageNinja View Post
    2 780s outperform a single Titan in every way. 2 690s outperform 2 Titans in every single way. 2 titans perform about the same as 2 780s
    Of course the titan is an epic card, but IMO you've wasted a bit of money, because the increase in performance from the titan over the 780 is minimal
    I know, but at the end, it will perform better for 3 monitors more than 2 780 at the end, i don't think i like the idea of 3 cards even i can use 4 cards, 2 will be enough, and because of that, i chose the top, even 690 is better but still Titan has better advantage over 690 somehow.

    The Titan box i bought is the OC version and they told me there are additional fans to add to the card, there is another box version without addition fans, is that something new or it is usual?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arabicuser View Post
    I know, but at the end, it will perform better for 3 monitors more than 2 780 at the end, i don't think i like the idea of 3 cards even i can use 4 cards, 2 will be enough, and because of that, i chose the top, even 690 is better but still Titan has better advantage over 690 somehow.

    The Titan box i bought is the OC version and they told me there are additional fans to add to the card, there is another box version without addition fans, is that something new or it is usual?
    GIGABYTE Windforce OC? Good buy, they're solid cards with great cooling performance

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    Quote Originally Posted by AverageNinja View Post
    GIGABYTE Windforce OC? Good buy, they're solid cards with great cooling performance
    Yes, it is that one, thank GOD i bought it then.

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    While I respectfully disagree that the Titan is worth the 1000 dollars. It's a nice card, but not 1000 USD nice. For 1300, two 780s would destroy the Titan. For 200 less, even two 770s would destroy the Titan on a pure performance notion. Futhermore, even if you SLi'd two Titans, @ 2000 USD, you wouldn't receive 700 USD worth of increased performance over 2 780s, even at multi-screen resolutions. Regardless, congrats on the purchase.

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    hmmmmmm, again, many care about the value over performance and i undestand it, doesn't matter, we have one life, money is being created to be spent, and saving $1000 will not cut my thinking about which is better or why/why not, now with this Titan i will never look back, but if i bought 780 then i will always thinking if that Titan will be better and i will keep watching gazillion of tests between 780 and Titan to be sure.

    I don't feel sad that i spent that much on Titan, for me even $600-700 is very much expensive, and i said somewhere i can't remember is that once i am ready to pay over $500 then anything more than that is expensive and i don't care much to go for most expensive when i afford it, same when i bought my Canon DSLR, i have a budget to buy $3000, so i didn't think twice and bought a camera that costs $6000 and never looked back, and i read many saying that $3000 camera is as much good almost same class of that $6000, in this world you will find many things that may be closer in performance but the price difference is double or triple, check out Apple Macbook Pro i5+8GB against PC i7+16GB and both have SSD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arabicuser View Post
    OK, i apologize to post this thread, after a lot of thinking and i asked another forums and i checked a lot of tests, i decided i want to go with Titan, at the end i find out that people recommend mostly by value price more than performance, and when i asked about 2 cards of any i think all said that 2 Titans will outperforms 2 of 780 or 2 of 690, so i went out and just came back with TITAN card.

    Thank you very much!
    Man, you better recheck every titan review, they do NOT out perform the 690s, which are dual chip cards, and unless your running 2-3 / 30" screens at 2560 x 1600 or 3 / 27" at 2560 x 1440, your wasting your money.

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    I'm not entirely sure I'm following your logic, if there is any, but to each his own. Was simply offering a bit of advice while you had the chance to swap. I was just under the assumption that you bought the Titan for performance. Is this assumption correct? It seems you think that I think value is a tradeoff from performance. That is not the case. Value is directly correlated with performance, actually. With performance in mind, the 1000 you spent on the single Titan is not the best performance solution that you can get for 1000 USD.

    Example:

    1 Titan = 1000 USD
    1 GTX 780 = ~92-95% of the performance of Titan, the OC'd partner models are actually outperforming Titans = 650 USD
    2 GTX 770s = 800-900USD
    1 GTX 690 = 1000 USD and is 5-15% faster, depending on the game.

    Two GTX 770s, specially overclocked will destroy a single 780 and the Titan.


    2 Titans = 2000 USD
    2 780s = 1300 USD
    3 780s = 1950 USD
    2 GTX 690s = 2000USD

    These two solutions in most reviews, due to variaton in SLi scaling, perform nearly identical, so therefor spending the extra 700 on the Titans over the 780s is a waste, and you could spend it elsewhere in your rig for even more performance. You can even buy 3 780s for the price of two Titans. And if you're intent on dropping 2 grand, even two 690s will outperform the two Titans. Best choice in this niche? The two 780s. Best choice if you're intent on ignoring value and spending 2000? The 3 780s, followed by the 2 690s, then the two Titans.


    So what I'm saying is on a performance mindset, buying a Titan these days is simply a purchase for novelty. The card does not fill in any performance space at all, because at or around 1000 USD, all other options are better. Two 780s for 300 more, Two 770s for 200 less, a single 690 for the same price, even two GTX 670s would perform right there with a Titan and cost 350 less. ALL of those options are the better buying choice. Money is certainly made to be spent, I agree. However, it's not made to be thrown away. So disregarding everything but name and novelty is doing exactly that.

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    It is really very very complicated everywhere in the net, many said that going with Titan is a waste, but on another site they advised me to go with Titan if i will SLI, and there are some saying that even 69 is better but that will not be true for everything, Titan will have some winner points over 690 as well, so let's say that both will be in same class and the price is almost equal, they told me that 690 is old even it dual GPU, but it is still not 384bit and 6GB as Titan, and all said that 2 Titans will outperform higher than 2 780s, my plan is to buy 2 cards not one, if i buy only one card to play on 1 monitor or 2 then definitely i will buy 2 780s, and i said in one thread that Titan is Rolls Royce and that 780 is a little sister, people like to have the top luxury product even it is worthless the price.

    By the way, he is the only or second site that advise me to think about 690 beside 780, all other sites told me to ignore 690 completely and only stuck with 780 and Titan, they said for 1 card 780, for 2 then Titan, i was thinking i want to buy 3 780 as you all said it is cheaper, but someone told me going for 3 SLI is not good idea and later i will see issues, in fact i was very very worry using 3 cards even if it is Titan, so i was with that option if i want to buy only 2 cards, 2 780s or 2 Titans as long i take out 690, 95% of votes goes to 2 Titans over 2 780s.

    Well, now if i go and return that Titan to get say 2 780 or 690 then i am sure there are others will tell me to return 690 or go with Titan for SLI, i understand that i paid say $1000 for not much performance over 780 not even with 2 Titan, but i know that i will be on very high performance over 2 780 or 1 690 with 2 Titan, in fact to my mind, i was seeing that only Titan and 690 in Nvidia are on top, so that i was thinking between either Titan and 690, i know that 780 is very close to both and in some tests it may come over Titan, but in most tests 780 is always behind Titan or 690 even for very little percent and i didn't want that, and because many told me to forget that 690 so i left with Titan, i may have a chance to return Titan, but can you show me many tests of 3 780s? I only think about 2 Titans or 3 780, forget about that strong card 690 it is like i only put my choice towards 3 780s and 2 Titans, nobody give me answers about 3 SLI 780s but all there chose 2 Titans over 2 780s for performance regardless of the value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Man, you better recheck every titan review, they do NOT out perform the 690s, which are dual chip cards, and unless your running 2-3 / 30" screens at 2560 x 1600 or 3 / 27" at 2560 x 1440, your wasting your money.
    what do you mean by unless?

    In fact this was my main goal, i am looking to buy 2 or 3 or even 4 monitors if possible, only in 27-30" or if possible 4x 24", but i want to play under 3 2560x1600 monitors with max out everything.

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    A GTX 780 comes close to the performance of a Titan at a much less price point. Did you ever consider an EVGA GTX 780 ACX?

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    Quote Originally Posted by werty316 View Post
    A GTX 780 comes close to the performance of a Titan at a much less price point. Did you ever consider an EVGA GTX 780 ACX?
    No, because in my country we have only Asus and Gigabyte cards, so i have no choices there, and by the way, 690 is not in stock, that left me to choose either 2 Titans or 2 780, i was planning on 3 780 until someone told me to avoid 3 SLI for any case, he told me either 1 card or 2, i know someone can go with 3 or 4 cards but that may come with price and issues, i know 2 Titans is very very expensive over 2 780s but the tests all shows that Titan is winner over 780 no matter what, i know the performance is about 5-15% while the price is worthless, but i am happy to have that 15% performance more for say double price, and i can't imagine when i will go with 2 Titans then, only 3 780 will make my mind but i don't want to try 3 SLI.

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    Ok, i forgot to say that i am getting 1 Titan now and then the second later because i will get 3 monitors, 27" or 30" each, so is that now make sense why i've got Titan instead of 780?

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