I have a 660 right now, plan to upgrade to a 780 or wait for the 880 to get a 90-100% increase in frame rates. Any reason to go beyond that though, like a 780 Ti? From what I gather, the 780 Ti mainly serves as a card for people gaming at 1440p or higher, and there aren't many games (that I'm looking to play, anyway) that a 780 can't max at 1080p for the extra $200 to be worth it --- http://goo.gl/vXGvDb http://goo.gl/BjlXm7 http://goo.gl/s3enPX http://goo.gl/O5UHwr http://goo.gl/BKbnKo http://goo.gl/dqvj4p
#2KJay489Posted 4/28/2014 12:18:19 AM
Well it gives you the option to upgrade to a 1440p, which I would recommend at some point. Ever since I started gaming at 1440p I didn't wanna go back to 1080...I'm just saving up for a 4K rig now.
#3blax34dmPosted 4/28/2014 12:25:26 AM
Personally I think it makes more sense financially to get a 780 now and then if you want to upgrade to 1440/need more power to play games on high at 1080; just buy another 780 when they're cheaper.
#4Combo MasterPosted 4/28/2014 12:59:15 AM
There still are a few games you cannot max at 1080p at 60fps all the time with a gtx 780 ti with all the settings turn to the highest. Crysis 3,skyrim with max mods,gta 4 with max mods,Metro last night,Arma 3 and battlefield 4 off the top of my head.
I would go for the 1440p monitor though as maxing is pretty over rated and 1440p with lower settings looks better than 1080 p at higher settings imo. Also I believe you shouldn't spend 2 times plus the amount of your gpu than you do your monitor. --- Combo Master
#5DragnfyrPosted 4/28/2014 1:29:51 AM
You should definitely be able to max BF4 at 1080p with a 780. I can do it with my GTX 760 minus the AA and AO which cause occasional dips below 60 --- 15.4" Retina MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) | Node 304 mITX | Gigabyte Z87N-WIFI | Intel Core i5-4670K | Asus GTX 760 | Corsair 1x8GB | EVGA 600W | 120+64GB SSDs
#6popping4itPosted 4/28/2014 1:33:54 AM
any reason to go higher than a 780? dude its even a hard sell to go over a 760. --- whens mahvel?
#7josh_bPosted 4/28/2014 1:43:16 AM
I personally should have stuck with my 2 GTX 670's instead of 2 GTX 780ti's.... but just once in my life i wanted a kick ass system.
But honestly you don't have to run every game maxed out to enjoy them. The difference in graphics is not that big a deal anyway. --- i5 2500k 4.5GHZ OC, 32GB DDR3, PNY GTX 780TI SLI, MSI P67A-GD55 Mobo, 128GB SSD, Barracuda Green 1.5TB HDD updating to i7 shortly Xbox live: tanis8585
#8NathanisDrakePosted 4/28/2014 2:30:33 AM
Only if you're made of money. --- 4770K | MSI GTX 780 OC | 8GB 1600 | 120GB SSD | 1TB HDD | ASRock Z87E-ITX | Corsair 650W | Corsair Obsidian 250D m-ITX PC + 3DS Master Race
#9Combo MasterPosted 4/28/2014 2:46:04 AM
any reason to go higher than a 780? dude its even a hard sell to go over a 760.
Not for 1440p which should be standard for pc gaming now. Or else console it imo. --- Combo Master