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Submitted by whatswithjeff 636d ago | rumor

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Titan Benchmarks Reveals Record Breaking Results

From whatswithjeff.com: "Just recently, a 3DMark 11 benchmark of the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Titan was leaked. You would be amazed how fast this single graphics card can be. If the results displayed below were true, then this GeForce Titan 780 is a monster and has single handedly surpassed the GeForce GTX 690, a dual GPU graphics card. See more details below." (Graphics Card, PC hardware)

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adorie  +   636d ago
If it's 400 bucks or so, then day 1.
Dude420  +   635d ago
Considering the GTX 680 ranges between $450 - $550 (sometimes $400 on sale), then I very much highly doubt it.
Farsendor1  +   635d ago
rumored price is 899$
adorie  +   635d ago
I'll extend my limit to 500 bucks, but I won't pay 899. Perhaps FlameBaitGod has a point. They'll probably release a mid-end card that runs over the Titan.

Nothing but time to wait and see, but I do want an upgrade. :/
FlameBaitGod  +   635d ago
Just save up some money for 2014 when the real next gen cards come.
5eriously  +   635d ago
Why did they scratch out the GPU model in the pic? Strange.

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fingazblank  +   635d ago
LOL, they use the latest gfx tech with a sandy bridge processor, sorry but this processor however amazingly fast and great it dosent support pcie 3.0

I have the processor in my machine.

Should of used an i7 ivy bridge.
adorie  +   635d ago
So, they iron out those OC'ing issues with ivy Bridge?
Whitey2k  +   635d ago
you do know that pcie 3.0 aint no difference prepared to pcie 2.0

http://www.overclock.net/t/...
adorie  +   635d ago
Found this within the link you posted. http://www.hardocp.com/arti...

This test seems more grounded. Glad I didn't get an Ivy bridge CPU, as I was. My motherboard is forward compatible with Ivy bridge and the pcie 3.0 can be utilized if an Ivy Bridge is dropped in, single lane 8x.

Main reason I didn't upgrade is because I read they don't overclock well. I haven't delved into current information so, I'm clueless if they fixed this issue or not. I'll check later.
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Lelldorianx  +   635d ago
Do we even know if the new card will utilize the full PCI-e 3.0 bandwidth? That seems like a stretch to me...
Whitey2k  +   635d ago
thats whicked!! but a 2600k aint an ivy Bridge just to point out its a sandy bridge
2pacalypsenow  +   635d ago
I thought they said this isnt the 780
whatswithjeff  +   635d ago
It might be a 780 or not. Info is not confirmed yet. But one way or another a GTX 780 will most probably come out.
FlyingFoxy  +   635d ago
Well that price beats he crappy Mars cards they sometimes release at 800-900 pounds, if it's 400 pounds then it will be great, if it's much more then hey can forget it.

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