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In an unexpected move, Nvidia Corp. on Thursday introduced its new top-of-the-range graphics card – the GeForce GTX 780 Ti – that not only beats the GeForce GTX 780, but even outperforms the card that was supposed to be unbeatable less than a year ago, the GeForce GTX Titan. More importantly, the price of the GTX 780 Ti is not as high as the price of the former flagship solution.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics card is based on the fully-fledged GK110 graphics processor clocked at 875MHz (928MHz boost speed) with 2880 stream processors, 240 texture units, 48 render output units and 384-bit memory controller. The graphics card is equipped with 3GB of GDDR5 memory operating at whopping 7GHz. The only advantage that the GeForce GTX Titan has over 780 Ti is 6GB of memory, which potentially may provide a gain in very high resolutions.

Just like all other Kepler-based graphics solutions, the GeForce GTX 780 Ti fully supports modern high-end features like DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.3, OpenCL 1.2, stereoscopic-3D, 4 multi-monitor capability, PhysX, 4-way multi-GPU, PCI Express 3.0, G-Sync and so on.

According to Nvidia, compared to the original GTX 780, the GTX 780 Ti is almost 21% faster on average. The new graphics card also features advanced cooling system that combines quiet operation with maximum efficiency.

“This is the way faster should be done – cool, quiet and beautifully constructed. GeForce GTX 780 Ti is a GPU I can easily recommend to our clientele as the best from every aspect: speed, reliability, quietness, power consumption, build quality, driver support and value. When you add in Nvidia's increasingly valuable ecosystem of technologies like GeForce Experience, streaming your PC games to a Sheild handheld, and the 'must-have' G-Sync monitors, it is obvious that Nvidia does not just want to make your frame rates better, they are making PC gaming better,” said Kelt Reeves, president of Falcon Northwest.

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti is available now from add-in card suppliers, including Asustek Computer, Colorful, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, Innovision 3D, MSI, Palit, PNY and Zotac. Partner participation will vary by region. Pricing is expected to start at $699 and for a limited time participating partners will include a free copy of Batman: Arkham Origins, Assassin's Creed IV--Black Flag and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist.

Tags: Nvidia, Geforce, GK110, Kepler, 28nm

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defiantly powerful product from nvidia but my recommendation is still R9 290x coz-
1.290x is 100$ cheaper than 780ti(abruptly overpriced).
2. 290x supports dx 11.2 out of the box while 780ti is still dx 11 on hw level and dx 11.1 via software tricks.
3.290x supports amd mantle api means all upcoming frostbite based titles will run much better than any possible GK110 core even comparing titan ultra(rumored)
4. some sources r saying mantle will be integrate in 4 more engines including the best cryengine next.
5 2 [Posted by: mudi1  | Date: 11/08/13 11:12:50 PM]
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sorry to dispointed you dude, there are no news or announcement that cryengine support mantle
1 3 [Posted by: Sagia86  | Date: 11/09/13 01:31:05 AM]
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I wouldn't be surprised if crytek did sign on. I mean EA publishes all their games and they are already full on with mantle. Otherwise, I expect many other companies to snatch up mantle as it lets lower end cards shine.

Also Mudi1 missed a point. Forgot that AMD has the never settle bundle.
1 1 [Posted by: evernessince  | Date: 11/09/13 03:57:55 AM]
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Jesus, enough with DX11.2. Nobody cares about that, because nobody cares about Windows 8.

Mantle? NVIDIA will have G-SYNC, and I am a lot more excited about that, because you will still have judder with Mantle, but it will be gone with G-SYNC. Framerate will become irrelevant.
2 0 [Posted by: Harry Lloyd  | Date: 11/11/13 07:22:56 AM]
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Oh, I'm so very excited too! I'll defenitly change my graphic card and my monitor for a monitor equiped with G-Sync. I was wondering where to spend that $1000, I'm so releived.

Not...
0 1 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 11/12/13 11:53:22 AM]
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some nvidia paid sources are saying than 780ti is dx 11.2 here i want to make one thing very clear that both nvidia GK106 and GK110 cores are DX 11 only on hw level even can't support DX11.1 on hw level simply any title develop on dx11.1 will run on GCN much better than kepler but sadly we don't hv and dx 11.1 title till now.

so buying kepler is not a good idea coz GCN support even DX11.2 on hw level means timeproof deal,rest is depend on buyer's own fanboyism and don't forget never settle(plz don't compare never settle to nvidia's bundle) .
4 4 [Posted by: mudi1  | Date: 11/08/13 11:26:06 PM]
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Fanbuoysm at its finest ))
0 0 [Posted by: TAViX  | Date: 11/13/13 02:01:18 AM]
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Nvidia builds quality super high end with great support. This card is cooler , quieter, and faster than AMD, and overclocks to 1200 in many cases with no problems. Some reviers show it at 20 to 30% faster than 290x and with G sync its no contest.
3 3 [Posted by: beck2448  | Date: 11/09/13 10:50:31 AM]
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NO CONTEST AT WHAT PRICE??? How much are you willing to pay for your Super High End solution???

I'll tell you my plan for 2014 winter:

I'll keep my 7970 card and 27" Viewsonic graphic series monitor, Play BF4 at 60fps and take a nice trip to Cuba.

You know there's life out there too don't you?
1 1 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 11/12/13 12:00:24 PM]
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who cares about DX 11 it's all about Open GL
2 4 [Posted by: SteelCity1981  | Date: 11/10/13 09:35:28 AM]
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Ya OpenGL is good.
Fuck Microsoft...DX
3 3 [Posted by: JanGozi  | Date: 11/10/13 11:30:03 AM]
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1 4 [Posted by: linuxlowdown  | Date: 11/11/13 03:16:38 AM]
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I wouldn't say that the only advantage is the 6 GB or memory.

TITAN also has all its FP64 performance uncapped and that allows it to get rather good results although it is still slower than AMD's solutions.

http://www.sisoftware.co....qa&f=gpu_finance_fp64

All in all, I believe AMD has a great lineup that Nvidia is unable to match. I'm quite disappointed to see bias from well established sites such as AnandTech, but I know that's not Anand's opinion, but the collaborator's.

He says he won't recommend R9 290 because it's too loud although he accepts it delivers 106% of GTX 780 performance at only 72% of the price.

That's like saying that you won't recommend a 200,000 USD Ferrari over a 1000,000 USD Veyron, because the Veyron has a quieter engine while also having an inferior top speed.

Nvidia has a great product here, but it is grossly overpriced while NOT delivering a proportional performance improvement.
2 2 [Posted by: East17  | Date: 11/11/13 08:53:03 AM]
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I have a better car analogy from Australia (video) - $250,000 Mercedes vs $90,000 Holden (Dodge)

http://media.drive.com.au...mg-drag-race-4682590.html

But in regards to the whole fan noise business, it's just typical Nvidia creating FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt). The reality is, Nvidia's next gen core is not due until Q4 2014. By that time, AMD will have an improved tock (or two).
0 2 [Posted by: linuxlowdown  | Date: 11/11/13 09:29:16 AM]
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Yes, the R9 290X is noisy... then wait for the soon to be available versions equiped with an aftermarket cooler.

I can't wait to see the temps and performance of this card flavored a la Sapphire Toxic or Gigabyte Windstorm sauce.

1 0 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 11/12/13 01:52:18 PM]
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AMD's been putting the right efforts, work and investment where it really counts. They've always put a lot of energy in getting their budget customers, products allowing them to enjoy first class experience.

Time will tell if NVidias Elitism marketing strategy will win over this. One thing to remember: Ferrary are "niche" products with great sales.
1 0 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 11/12/13 02:09:19 PM]
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