nVidia GTX780 Ti Review


nVidia GTX780Ti Review


The first two slides cover things we've already discussed in the preceding pages.

nVidia GTX780Ti Review     nVidia GTX780Ti Review  

One of the big pushes that nVidia are making is their GeForce Experience software which can automatically select the best settings for your system. Although the majority of us are comfortable with tweaking graphics settings, at least there is an option for those who don't know, or perhaps when future driver updates greatly increase the performance in a particular title. The ShadowPlay might seem like a strange thing to introduce, but when you consider that the upcoming PS4 and XBone both utilise gameplay recording and sharing, it actually makes sense to harmonise the PC platform with those that live beneath your television.  

nVidia GTX780Ti Review     nVidia GTX780Ti Review  

One of the major attractions of the AMD cards has been their Never Settle bundles, which provide some good titles so you can be up and running instantly. Indeed this has been something that we've liked very much and has led to us leaning towards recommending the Radeon cards for first-time buyers. Not ones to be left out, nVidia are bundling the GTX780Ti with three triple A titles; Assassin's Creed IV : Black Flag, Batman Arkham Origins and Splinter Cell Blacklist. AC4 should be enough to have a lot of people reaching for their wallets.

nVidia GTX780Ti included free games  

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Most Recent Comments

07-11-2013, 08:50:41


Hot on the heels of the Radeon R9 290X, nVidia have beefed up their GTX780.

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07-11-2013, 09:28:40

Very nice, super speed, but far too expensive. In australia they will be $850+. Ill get 2! 290's and put them under water for $1000. Much faster, looks better, quieter and less heat for not much more money. An easy choice. I was waiting until the 290x/290 and 780ti came out to decide and now the choice is easy. For anyone on water you would be crazy to pay $850 for one of these when a 290x on water is just as fast, quieter and cheaper for $250 less.

For those not on water the choice is much harder for sure! For single GPU a 780ti makes sense, but dual 290's on stock fan profiles are a serious contender.Quote

07-11-2013, 09:32:27

Cheers mate!

it truly is an amazing card, and for anyone wanting to spend that kind of money for whatever reason its awesome!!

haven't watched the video yet, but ill save that for later, from what ive read, its not worth getting rid of my 780 classy for this, as my classy overclocks quite well, and isnt far off the FPS the Ti produces!Quote

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