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What is the best jump from a gtx 560 ti

#21Erg0nPosted 8/19/2013 8:14:58 AM
if you wait , you 'll be waiting forever
#22Snuckie7Posted 8/19/2013 8:18:41 AM
Lonestar2000 posted...
Basically anything over the x60 series of Nvidia cards are a ridiculous waste of money.


Some people don't seem to understand that fps/$ is hardly the only metric that matters, otherwise everyone would be buying 7850s and 650Ti Boost's. As long as a video card gives you the performance you need, it's not a ripoff.
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#23GreenMage7Posted 8/19/2013 8:25:17 AM(edited)
Snuckie7 posted...
Lonestar2000 posted...
Basically anything over the x60 series of Nvidia cards are a ridiculous waste of money.


Some people don't seem to understand that fps/$ is hardly the only metric that matters, otherwise everyone would be buying 7850s and 650Ti Boost's. As long as a video card gives you the performance you need, it's not a ripoff.


This is a pretty accurate statement.

However, I can't think of any situation where a Titan isn't a rip-off, no matter what anyone says. Nvidia came out with their new architecture 4 months early, put 6GB vram on it, and tried to say it was special while putting on a $1000 price tag.
#24Snuckie7Posted 8/19/2013 8:40:28 AM
The Titan is a special case, because the 780 delivers essentially the exact same experience for $350 less. However, for the people who need the 6GB of VRAM, or wanted the performance 4 months early, the Titan was probably well worth it to them. Well for those 4 months at least.
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