NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Pro Reviews
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"In conclusion, GeForce GTX 780 Ti is the gamer’s version of GTX TITAN with a powerful lead ahead of Radeon R9 290X. Even if it were possible for the competition to overclock and reach similar frame rate performance, temperatures and noise would still heavily favor the GTX 780 Ti design. I was shocked at how loud AMD’s R9 290X would roar once it began to heat up midway through a benchmark test, creating a bit of sadness for gamers trying to play with open speakers instead of an insulated headset. There is a modest price difference between them, but quite frankly, the competition doesn’t belong in the same class. GeForce GTX 780 Ti delivers performance beyond expectations, offers a myriad of proprietary technologies that enhance the user experience, and challenges game developers to build even more realism into their titles."
"The 780 Ti is an excellent single card and I can only imagine how it will scale in a multi GPU setup but knowing you can now get performance over a TITAN for 300 less than a TITAN is just awesome."
"Nvidia were knocked off the graphics card “top-spot” just a few weeks ago but now they’ve regrouped and taken first position once again. The GTX 780 Ti unleashes the full power of Kepler’s GK110 die and it does so with the usual finesse we’ve come to expect from Nvidia: a refined aesthetic, power efficiency and a rich array of unique Nvidia features like Nvidia Shadowplay, GeForce Experience and GPU Boost 2.0. What’s even more exciting for consumers is that the GTX 780 Ti comes with three top-tier gaming titles that really add extra value to the product. The Nvidia GTX 780 Ti still costs an arm and a leg, although nowhere near as much as the GTX Titan, but when its the best of the best, it can afford to do that."
"A quick response was needed, and in the Nvidia GTX 780 Ti edition, we have it - but at a launch price of around £550 this new product can't simply draw level; it must take a substantial lead to justify its immense price premium."
"During our testing the card ran extremely well and posted some impressive benchmark scores. These scores mellowed slightly when it came to came to our gaming benchmarks but in a predictable manner. What really impressed us was the level of overclocking performance we got with very little effort. The ending overclock was a solid 1280Mhz on the core with a memory speed of 1900Mhz. This is over 400Mhz above the factory settings and just happens to be where we stopped our overclocking test. Keep in mind the 1280Mhz core frequency is actually the calculated Boost clock frequency and the prize for an excellent aircooler."