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    Default 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    Okay guys, I just bought a new Asus 760 Mars ROG card and I didn't open it yet. Its still new, and I am thinking about returning it because I got a good deal on a 780Ti Classified with the back plate , also new, The Classified is 100bucks more than the Mars11 , cant make up my mind here, I never owned either card before.

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    Default Re: 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    I would go with the the 780Ti.

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    Default Re: 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    780Ti without any doubt.

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    Default Re: 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    The Mars is a really cool card, no question, but you will get far more consistent performance from the single GPU 780 Ti as many games/applications are not optimized for multi-GPU. Plus, it's a Classified, they are are absolute beasts.

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    Default Re: 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    So you think the 780Ti Classified with the backplate Is worth 100bucks more than the Mars?

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    Default Re: 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    Alan what will you be using this card for you don't game that much do you?
    If it were me I would save the $100.00 bucks, the Mars Rog is a really good performing card as well.

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    Default Re: 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Alan what will you be using this card for you don't game that much do you?
    If it were me I would save the $100.00 bucks, the Mars Rog is a really good performing card as well.
    Hi Vin , I diont game much at all, you are correct but I do do a lot of rendering and transcoding and I need a card with a massive amount of Cuda Cores, when I got the Matrix 290X, the ATI language was really great, it cut an H265 transcode from 2:30min to less than an hour. The Nvidia guys told me that the 780Ti or the Mars 760 would out perform the 290X. My issue is thast the new Maxwell cards are a different programming language and the software developers have not included it in their programs. Its called NVENC.

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    Default Re: 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    Wow thanks Smiki007: Totally awesome charts, and yes, now I am thinking the 780Ti is not worth an extra 100 bucks. Only a 5% difference in Relative performance, but then again the 780Ti has 2880 Cuda Cores and the 760 Mars, has 2304. The big difference is in The Render output units, and the Mars beats it 64 to 46 , so for my use, the Mars is actually a better card. Thank you again.

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    Default Re: 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    Quote Originally Posted by alan1476 View Post
    Wow thanks Smiki007: Totally awesome charts, and yes, now I am thinking the 780Ti is not worth an extra 100 bucks. Only a 5% difference in Relative performance, but then again the 780Ti has 2880 Cuda Cores and the 760 Mars, has 2304. The big difference is in The Render output units, and the Mars beats it 64 to 46 , so for my use, the Mars is actually a better card. Thank you again.
    You´re very welcome sir, it´s my pleasure could help. First I suggest you the 780Ti, but as you are not passionate gamer and you´ll need the high power GPU for rendering and transcoding, the 760 Mars is the choice (and $100 saved )

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    Thats what I told him over the phone good talking to you Alan

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    Default Re: 780Ti Classified or Asus 760 Mars ROG

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Thats what I told him over the phone good talking to you Alan
    Yup, me and Vin go back to the turn of the century. he always teaches me stuff and gives me the right advice, and thanks to Smiki007 also. Great forum with great people.

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    Me...I'm cheap, I woulda taken the 960 over the 780ti just because I like the lower TDP and overall efficiency of the Maxwell. And...saved $100...but then promptly turned around changed my mind, and used the $100 I "saved" and gotten a 970...<sigh>.

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