Gigabyte nVidia GTX780 SLI vs GTX Titan SLI Comparison

3D Mark 11

Gigabyte nVidia GTX780 SLI vs GTX Titan SLI Comparison

3D Mark 11

As the intensity increases with 3D Mark 11, the two top-range nVidia cards really stretch their lead over anything remotely similar that's available. Once again the GTX780 scales better than the GTX Titan, although the 9301 X marks and 21706 P score for the Titan SLI give it the victory. Just.


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11-07-2013, 06:01:55

Really worth the extra $$$ for the Titans? I think not! (Not for any mainstream user atleast)Quote

11-07-2013, 06:21:12

It was good to see you prediction from when the 780's came out, which was that unless your doing high res and multiple displays, there is not really any point to buy titans except for bragging rights, the only thing is i guess that when water cooling, maybe the titans with the extra ram will over take the 780's by a larger margin. But for the general person, (like me ) the 780 will make alot of happy boys and girls if its a single card or more.Quote

11-07-2013, 06:24:28

Great video as always Tom.......i notice at 20:36 you mention SLI watercooling briefly and suggest series is better and you’re not a fan of parallel which is something i have always been a fan of also but would love to see a video of the two methods back to back while you’ve got the 780’s or Titans in house if you haven't got enough on your plate Quote

11-07-2013, 07:15:57

Personally i'd be a bit ed off with Nvidia if i'd bought a Titan only for them to release the 780 for a few hundred quid cheaper.

it's the same with the 680 and 670. Some 670s (Asus DCII) have the same performance and overclock better than some 680s. Not that much of a price difference between the 670 and 680 though, not compared to the 780 and Titan anyway.

Just like the 670s there are a few 780s with aftermarket coolers and factory overclocks which most likely beat the Titan as well.

As Tom said though the Titan is an Epeen card and most people that bought one bought it for that reason. Nothing wrong with that though.Quote

11-07-2013, 07:21:27

Nice video Tom, glad to see you're back. However, I have one small gripe. Why did you compare a 780 @ 954/1006 to a Titan @ 837/876 ? Not to defend the Titan but wouldn't it be fair to compare them stock to stock and/or OC to OC??Quote

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