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User Info: Maleku

Maleku
3 years ago#1
Worthy upgrade with the recent price drops?

Any idea on the percentage performance boost wise?

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Caspernomnom
3 years ago#2
780 should kill those cards
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ATARIJAWA
3 years ago#3
Caspernomnom posted...
780 should kill those cards
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User Info: Snuckie7

Snuckie7
3 years ago#4
Around 20% I'd say?
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User Info: superdarkshadow

superdarkshadow
3 years ago#5
At 1080p, I wouldn't upgrade yet unless you are VRAM restricted (NVIDIA surround), worried about power consumption or having problems with SLI (microstuttering).

In terms of performance the GTX 780 would probably be around 30-40% better. (560ti SLI =~ GTX 680, GTX 780 is around 30-40% better than the GTX 680).

The amount of games that use the extra performance is pretty small, so I'd wait until the next generation of cards are out, when there are more games that use the extra performance.
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User Info: crawdad

crawdad
3 years ago#6
superdarkshadow posted...
At 1080p, I wouldn't upgrade yet unless you are VRAM restricted (NVIDIA surround), worried about power consumption or having problems with SLI (microstuttering).

In terms of performance the GTX 780 would probably be around 30-40% better. (560ti SLI =~ GTX 680, GTX 780 is around 30-40% better than the GTX 680).

The amount of games that use the extra performance is pretty small, so I'd wait until the next generation of cards are out, when there are more games that use the extra performance.


Agreed,

I'm using a 448 core OCd 560ti, and while it's pretty restricted in VRAm (1250mb) I can still generally run most of games at max. But like shadow said, there's not a lot of games that use the extra power right now. I'm going to wait for an 880 most likely.

EDIT

My definition of max is literaly all settings highest and at least 60 fps. Any games i can't max, I can turn down usually shadows or shaders or both, and that usually bumps me up past 40 or 50 fps, depending on the game.
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User Info: Dillinger7311

Dillinger7311
3 years ago#7
SLI 780's.
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