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How much more powerful will the GTX 880 be over the GTX 780ti

#1Dirk85UKPosted 11/12/2013 9:24:52 AM
Just wondering if it's worth upgrading to the 780ti or wait until the 880 comes out?
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#2SinisterSlayPosted 11/12/2013 9:25:14 AM
Probably going to be a rebranded card.
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#3Ch3wyPosted 11/12/2013 9:26:39 AM
8%
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#4DarkZV2BetaPosted 11/12/2013 9:30:23 AM
385.7%, precisely. Because timetravel.
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#5NfuzedXGamerPosted 11/12/2013 9:31:03 AM
The 780TI Classisfied isnt even out yet nor the hydrocopper edition, if you get a updated 780 ti your basically set easily for two years anyway. Theyre sick overclocking beasts man best cards yet.
#6KOTRwhoopsPosted 11/12/2013 9:37:01 AM
I built a PC just over a year ago and I have 670s in SLI. I didn't realise how quickly the PC component market advanced (never followed it until I built mine), I know what I have will last me a long while yet, but since I built mine the Titan, 700 series and now the the 780ti have come out, which already makes my PC old tech!
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#7SinisterSlayPosted 11/12/2013 9:38:00 AM
KOTRwhoops posted...
I built a PC just over a year ago and I have 670s in SLI. I didn't realise how quickly the PC component market advanced (never followed it until I built mine), I know what I have will last me a long while yet, but since I built mine the Titan, 700 series and now the the 780ti have come out, which already makes my PC old tech!


Your 670 sli easily beats them.
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#8KOTRwhoopsPosted 11/12/2013 9:39:42 AM
SinisterSlay posted...
KOTRwhoops posted...
I built a PC just over a year ago and I have 670s in SLI. I didn't realise how quickly the PC component market advanced (never followed it until I built mine), I know what I have will last me a long while yet, but since I built mine the Titan, 700 series and now the the 780ti have come out, which already makes my PC old tech!


Your 670 sli easily beats them.


I realise that (last comment was a bit tongue in cheek), it's the speed that new components that are fired out which caught me by surprise.
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#9SinisterSlayPosted 11/12/2013 9:41:39 AM
KOTRwhoops posted...
SinisterSlay posted...
KOTRwhoops posted...
I built a PC just over a year ago and I have 670s in SLI. I didn't realise how quickly the PC component market advanced (never followed it until I built mine), I know what I have will last me a long while yet, but since I built mine the Titan, 700 series and now the the 780ti have come out, which already makes my PC old tech!


Your 670 sli easily beats them.


I realise that (last comment was a bit tongue in cheek), it's the speed that new components that are fired out which caught me by surprise.


That's why I usually buy the *60 series since it's usually best performance per dollar.

But I am not concerned with getting 120fps at 4k resolutions with 32 antialiasing.

Over 30 and I'm happy.
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#10Snuckie7Posted 11/12/2013 12:17:39 PM
SinisterSlay posted...
KOTRwhoops posted...
I built a PC just over a year ago and I have 670s in SLI. I didn't realise how quickly the PC component market advanced (never followed it until I built mine), I know what I have will last me a long while yet, but since I built mine the Titan, 700 series and now the the 780ti have come out, which already makes my PC old tech!


Your 670 sli easily beats them.


Easily? Not the 780Ti…

http://tpucdn.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_780_Ti/images/perfrel_1920.gif
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