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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti in 2-way SLI: Performance Review

Started by: beck2448 | Date 03/21/14 06:14:17 AM
Comments: 116 | Last Comment:  11/29/16 08:30:15 AM

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How come no overclocking? These cards overclock very well without too much extra heat.
2 0 [Posted by: beck2448  | Date: 03/21/14 06:14:17 AM]
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Well, for one, 7990 and 290X don't overclock very well (from the look of it they were stock cards), and two, ratios won't change much, the average frame-rate will just be higher across the board.
2 0 [Posted by: basroil  | Date: 03/23/14 11:31:42 PM]

Thanks for the review and taking time to run all of these test.

What really strikes me in the test results is that only 1440p monitors owners would benefit from getting such strong vga set-up.

If you own a 1080p monitor, a single 780ti or R9 290X will suffice to provide great framerates in every game with full detail and eye candy enabled.
4 0 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 03/21/14 08:38:29 AM]

I own two 780ti's in SLI. I used to have an i7 2600K @ 4.7 ghz. Then I went to an X79 board with a 4930K cpu @ 4.5ghz. The change in board and CPU made a huge difference with these cards. They were very much bottlenecked with the 2600K and Z68 board.
0 0 [Posted by: kahless  | Date: 04/02/14 05:07:51 PM]

Something is bottlenecking your performance. I have two msi vanilla edition 780tis overclocked to about the same with the fans juiced up and the voltage control unlocked. In BF4 with three 1080 screens and ultra preset I manage 80fps average in multiplayer. I'm using a I7 4770k oc'ed to 4.5 ghz. On single screen I hit 135 average. I would check to see your settings, maybe unpark your cores and check your nvidia drivers to make sure there isn't a default setting limiting your performance. This is the only benchmark test I have ever seen placing a 7990 over sli 780ti. I smell a hint of fanboyism.
0 0 [Posted by: Justin Ortega  | Date: 04/14/14 12:50:14 PM]


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