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Is the 780 TI worth the extra $160 over the the cost of a non TI 780?

#11Xtreme-VoidPosted 8/16/2014 1:18:49 AM
The performance is worth all the price and it will last longer
This is the reference spec :

floating-point performance 5,040 GFLOPS vs 3,977 GFLOPS
texture rate 210 GTexel/s vs 166.4 GTexel/s

what do you think?

It is kinda dumb to say it not worth the price

and don't buy reference card and you got better performance than listed
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#12Jprime666Posted 8/16/2014 3:26:49 AM
It's worth mentioning that the 880 is coming out in a few months, if you can wait that would ve your best bet.
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#13JKatarnPosted 8/16/2014 8:42:08 AM
Xtreme-Void posted...
The performance is worth all the price and it will last longer
This is the reference spec :

floating-point performance 5,040 GFLOPS vs 3,977 GFLOPS
texture rate 210 GTexel/s vs 166.4 GTexel/s

what do you think?

It is kinda dumb to say it not worth the price

and don't buy reference card and you got better performance than listed


Theoretical vs. real-world performance numbers. I personally don't think 8-10 FPS in certain games is worth almost the cost of a mid-range GPU, if you do, more power to you, but I think many people would rather take that $150 and get a better CPU/SSD etc.
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