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    Default 780Ti performance in FireStrike leaked

    http://www.thinkcomputers.org/nvidia-geforce-gtx-780-ti-overclocked-benchmarks-leaked/

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    his link is courtesy of thinkcomputers.org. I have to say, as an nVidia fan I might be a teensy bit on the offended side if these results continue to hold up. Anyone who bought a Titan can now evidently net BETTER performance than the Titan for significantly LESS scratch than they STILL sell for. Granted if the stock cards retain the kind of overclocking headroom that this particular example shows then the price premium over 290X would certainly net you your money's worth, but obviously nothing is set in stone just yet. Also there is driver age to consider: These R9 290X cads are otherwise brand new cards despite still being based on GCN architecture, and their drivers have not yet matured. This 780Ti is hardware that has been around for close to a year now with more CU's enabled and driver optimization geared specifically towards it's single goal of "smashing" the 290X. Obviously, stock for stock, the 780Ti will most likely edge out 290X in several rounds of testing... however, unlike the 290X, the 780Ti has less room to grow since they have already been working on these drivers for a long time now, whereas 290X has significantly more room to mature as a piece of hardware. I think even after the reviews are released the jury will still be out on this one. Personally, I feel like everyone should give these cards a fair bit of time (around 3-4 months), then re-test them to see how time and drivers are treating the hardware.

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    Default Re: 780Ti performance in FireStrike leaked

    Very interesting. Look forward to the upcoming battle.

    last line was a typo "The overclocking headroom on the card is extremely impressive and we don’t think even a custom R9 290X with an aftermarket cooler could reach the overclocking potential of the R9 290X." lol I guess he meant to say the 780ti at the end.
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