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    Default NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU

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    GTX 780 Ti specifications are not yet announced. We will update this post as soon as specifications are confirmed (one way or the other).
    All we know for sure is that it’s based on a GK110 and has the same design as GTX 780 and TITAN. This card has either 2496 CUDA cores 2688 or 2880, most likely the first option though since we are just targeting R9 290X here (although there is a general assumption this is Titan re-branded, at a lower price point)
    The other option is that it’s actually TITAN with 3GB of video memory.
    Jen Hsun Huang revealed that GTX 780 Ti will have a low TDP (6+8-pin power connectors) and it will support 3-way SLI.
    This new GeForce card will arrive mid-November. Reviewers will get their samples today so we should learn a lot more in few next hours.
    According to TechPowerUP, GTX 780 Ti should replace the GTX 780 at the current pricepoint, meaning GTX 780 should get cheaper now.




    NVIDIA announces GeForce GTX 780 Ti! | VideoCardz.com

    http://www.techpowerup.com/192789/nv...n-r9-290x.html
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    Default Re: NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU

    There was no 580 Ti or 680 Ti right? Nvidia seems to be rushing things to market recently imo

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    Default Re: NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    There was no 580 Ti or 680 Ti right? Nvidia seems to be rushing things to market recently imo
    Even so, I think it's a smart move (depending on the price of course)

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    Default Re: NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU

    Quote Originally Posted by criss_glitch666 View Post
    Even so, I think it's a smart move (depending on the price of course)
    It depends because unless they were ahead of schedule I'm pretty sure they now have nothing to be at the top of a new series and are thus behind.

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    Default Re: NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU

    This is nVidia's response to the upcoming R9 290X.. lolz
    This will help keep the competition stiff.. but depending on pricing... it may be a complete flop. but those nVidia fans will follow it and call it the best...

    I personally like both AMD and nvidia... so price plays a big factor for me..

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    Default Re: NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU

    I... I don't get it... this product makes literally no sense on account of the 780 and the titan already being so closely comparable to one another. A 760 Ti MIGHT have made more sense, or even a 770 Ti to help bridge the gap between the GK 104 and the GK 110 cores.

    *sigh*

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    Default Re: NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU

    very interesting release there isn't much room in between the 780 and titan already. hope to see a price war starting so we as the consumers win.

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    Default Re: NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU

    Not a good move. The actual GTX 780 is what? 10-12% less performance then Titan, so what Nvidia will gain with 780Ti? Be equal with Titan, or be better and cost less, no way.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: NVIDIA announces the GeForce GTX 780 Ti GPU

    While I can't afford the higher end cards right now I do like seeing Nvidia lowering the prices on some of their cards (even it was forced by AMD) as Nvidia has features that AMD just does not have. I would love to get a GTX 780 or GTX 780 Ti for my son's system in the future cuz I would rather have a fast card but also a card that can do physX in our systems.

    I really wonder if it is true that Nvidia will actually make the 780 Ti run faster in terms of FPS for gaming than a Titan ? What a kick in the nads for people who bought one of those cards for $1000 if it ends up being true.
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