Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 780 is currently the fastest single-processor graphics card for the majority of users. What about the GeForce GTX Titan, though? Well, the Titan would indeed be ahead if we directly compared these two products. However, the GeForce GTX 780 can be easily overclocked to the speed of Nvidia's $1000 flagship but costs 35% less. The Titan's availability is low and its market lifecycle is short. Moreover, it doesn't come in any versions other than the reference one. That’s why our statement is not so far-fetched after all.
We really think that the GeForce GTX 780 presents a better option for wealthy gamers, especially as it is available in lots of different versions that vary in color (including white!), cooling systems, GPU and memory clock rates, accessories, and extras (such as free games). So we are going to take a look at two such products from MSI and Palit and in one of our upcoming reviews we'll cover two more original GeForce GTX 780s.
In our today’s tests we will benchmark a SLI tandem built out of two overclocked GTX 780s in comparison with dual-processor cards from AMD and Nvidia.
Technical Specifications and Recommended Pricing
We are going to compare the technical specifications of the two graphics cards reviewed today side by side with the reference GeForce GTX 780:
*-with OC mode activated in GAMING APP application.