The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Review. 780 ti видеокарта
Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB 384Bit GDDR5 (DX11.2) Fiyatı
Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB 384Bit GDDR5 (DX11.2) PCI-E 3.0 Ekran Kartı (MATRIX-GTX780TI-P-3GD5)
- 10mm ısı boruları ile DirectCU II:Çok yönlü soğutma için hibrit tasarım.
- CoolTech Fan teknolojisi:%30 daha az gürültü ve 2,5 kat daha fazla dayanıklılık sunuyor.
- Siyah metalik kapasitörler ve 14 fazlı Super Alloy Power ile DIGI+ VRM: %30 daha az çalışma gürültüsü ve 5 kat daha fazla dayanıklılık.
- Memory Defroster: Buzları anında çözer. Soğuk yüzünden oluşan hatalara elveda deyin.
- Güvenli Mod: Tek dokunuşla VBIOS'u geri yükleyin
- ROG LED Işığı:kart aktif olduğunda muhteşem bir kırmızıyla yanıp sönüyor.
- GPU Tweak: sezgisel arayüzü ile saat hızını, voltajı, fan performansını ve çok daha fazlasını ayarlayabilirsiniz.
- GPU Tweak Streaming: ekrandaki görüntüleri gerçek zamanlı olarak paylaşabilmenizi sağlar; böylece diğerleri oynadığınız oyunları canlı olarak izleyebilirler.
ROG Matrix ekran kartları, hız aşırtmacılar tarafından hız aşırtmacılar için tasarlandılar. Anında güvenle hız aşırtma yapabilmek için ROG'a özgü çeşitli araçlarla yüklü olan ROG Matrix, hız aşırtma yönteminde devrim yarattı ve yenilikleri ile dünya rekorlarını yerle bir etmeye devam ediyor. Profesyonel oyuncular için mevcut olan en soğuk, ensessiz ve en sorunsuz ekran kartı olarak tanınan ve güven duyulan Matrix, muhteşem performans ile basit kullanım arasında mükemmel bir denge oluşturuyor. Kendinizi zafer sağlayan donanımla ödüllendirin — ve ROG'un çekici tasarımı ile.
%20 daha soğuk. 3 kat daha sessiz.ıg> ASUS'a özgü ödüllü soğutma teknolojisi, son derece iletken 10mm bakır soğutma borularının Matrix kartınızın grafik işlemcisi ile doğrudan temas etmesini sağlayarak ısıyı etkin biçimde dağıtır. DirectCU II, yüksek performanslı CoolTech fan teknolojisi ile birlikte Matrix'in referanstasarımlara kıyasla %20 daha soğuk ve 3 kat daha sessiz kalmasını sağlar; yani size daha hızlı ve kesintisiz oyun imkanı sunar! ıg>ıg>ıg>ıg>
Çok yönlü soğutma için hibrit tasarımıg>ASUS'a özgü hibrit ve toza dayanıklı bir fan teknolojisi olan CoolTech, oldukça kararlı üstün grafik performansı sağlamak için ısıyı daha hızlı ıg>dağıtır. İçte radyal, dışta çiçek tipi kanat yapısı ile hibrit kanat ve yatak tasarımı çok yönlü hava akımı sağlar. Fan rampaları yukarıda ıg>olduklarında bile fısıltı kadar sessiz, süper verimli soğutma performansı elde edilebilmesi için kanatların kavisine kadar her ayrıntı uzmanlarıg> tarafından titizlikle geliştirildi!
Buzları anında çözer. Soğuk yüzünden oluşan hatalara elveda deyin.ıg>ıg>İleri seviye hız aşırtma tutkunuzu alevlendirecek ASUS'a özgü yepyeni bir teknoloji. Bu akıllı özellik, sıfırın altında hız aşırtma sırasında Matrix kartınızın belleğinde oluşan buzları anında eriterek kararlılığın sürekli olmasını sağlar. Sadece bir düğmeyi çevirerek soğuktan dolayı oluşan hatalara veda edin; artık sıfırın altında hız aşırtmayı daha da ileri düzeylere taşıyabilirsiniz!
Tek dokunuşla VBIOS'u tekrar yükleyinıg>ıg>
Güvenli Mod sayesinde güven içinde hız aşırtma yapabilirsiniz. Clear VBIOS düğmesine bir kez dokunarak Matrix ekran kartınızın varsayılan
frekanslarını ve voltajlarını geri yükleyebilirsiniz, böylece cesaret edebildiğiniz kadar deneysel davranabilirsiniz!
%30 daha az çalışma gürültüsü ve 5 kat daha fazla dayanıklılıkıg>ıg>
Ünlü DIGI+ voltaj düzenleyici modül (VRM) teknolojisi, 14 fazlı güç ve dijital voltaj düzenleme sunarken, Super Alloy Power'ın Japon yapımı 10K siyah metalik kapasitörleri, beton çekirdekli bobinleri ve sertleştirilmiş MOSFETlerinin tümü çok daha fazla strese ve ısıya dayanabiliyorlar. Sonuç olarak ileri düzeyde hız aşırtma için yaratılmış son derece kararlı bir ekran kartı ortaya çıkıyor. Dikkat dağıtıcı uğultu ve vızıltılar oluşmadan deneysel performans ayarı yapabilmeniz için bolca tavan payına sahip olursunuz.
Grafik işlemcideki yük seviyesini bir bakışta görünıg>ıg>
Matrix'in sahip olduğu renk kodlu muhteşem LED, grafik işlemcinin yükünü yansıtacak biçimde renk değiştirir. Dört göz alıcı renk tonunda ışıl ışıl parlayan LED, per-formans durumuna dair gerçek zamanlı görsel bir gösterge sunuyor; üstelik içeride harika bir parlaklık oluşturuyor!
Gerçek zamanlı sezgisel grafik ayarııg>ıg>
GPU saat frekansı, darbe genişlik modülasyonu (PWM), VRM ve hatta fanlar üzerinde olağanüstü hassas kontrol imkanı sunan ekran kartı ayarlama aracı. GPU Tweak ile son derece güvenli ve basit bir biçimde maksimum hız aşırtma potansiyeli elde edersiniz. Bilgisayar tutkunlarının rüyaları gerçekoluyor!
Anında online streaming!ıg>ıg>
GPU Tweak Streaming aracı, ekrandaki görüntüleri gerçek zamanlı olarak paylaşabilmenizi sağlar. Streaming penceresine kolayca kayan metin, resim ve webcam görüntüleri de ekleyebilirsiniz.
- Grafik İşlemci
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti
- Bus Veri Standardı
PCI Express 3.0
- Video Belleği
- Saat Hızı
GPU Boost Hızı : 1072 MHzGPU Hızı : 1006 MHz
- CUDA Core
- Bellek Hızı
7000 MHz ( GDDR5 )
- Bellek Arayüzü
DVI Çıkışı : Var x 1 (DVI-I), Var x 1 (DVI-D)HDMI Çıkışı : Var x 1 Display Port : Var x 1 (Standart DP)HDCP Desteği : Var
2 x Güç kablosu 1 x ROG Metal Sticker
ASUS GPU Tweak & Driver
11.7 " x 6 " x 1.6 " Inch39.718 x 15.24 x4.06 Centimeter
GeForce GTX 780 Ti
9.4 Out of 10 GPUBoss Score
|Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBMSI GeForce GTX 780 Ti Gaming 1 GHz 3 GBEVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti SC w/ ACX Cooler 1 GHz 3 GBGIGABYTE GeForce GTX 780 Ti WindForce 3X OC 1 GHz 3 GBASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II OC 954 MHz 3 GBEVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Dual CLASSIFIED w/ ACX Cooler 1 GHz 3 GBZOTAC GeForce GTX 780 Ti AMP! Edition 1 GHz 3 GBASUS ROG GeForce GTX 780 Ti Platinum 1 GHz 3 GBEVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti CLASSIFIED Kingpin Edition 1.1 GHz 3 GBASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBEVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti SC 980 MHz 3 GBGIGABYTE GeForce GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition 1.1 GHz 3 GBPalit GeForce GTX 780 Ti JetStream 980 MHz 3 GBGainward GeForce GTX 780 Ti Phantom 980 MHz 3 GBPNY GeForce GTX 780 Ti Enthusiast Edition OC 980 MHz 3 GBInno3D GeForce GTX 780 Ti DHS HerculeZ X3 Ultra 1.1 GHz 3 GBPNY GeForce GTX 780 Ti Enthusiast Edition OC 980 MHz 3 GBMSI GeForce GTX 780 Ti Lightning 875 MHz 3 GBZOTAC GeForce GTX 780 Ti OC 941 MHz 3 GBGalaxy GeForce GTX 780 Ti Hall of Fame + 1 GHz 3 GBEVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBMSI GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II 875 MHz 3 GBInno3D GeForce GTX 780 Ti Black Accelero Hybrid 1 GHz 3 GBEVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Dual CLASSIFIED Hydro Copper 1 GHz 3 GBPNY GeForce GTX 780 Ti Enthusiast Edition 875 MHz 3 GBMSI GeForce GTX 780 Ti Lightning MOA Edition 875 MHz 3 GBGIGABYTE GeForce GTX 780 Ti WindForce 3X 875 MHz 3 GBEVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti CLASSIFIED Kingpin Reference Edition 875 MHz 3 GBInno3D GeForce GTX 780 Ti HerculeZ X3 Ultra 1 GHz 3 GBGIGABYTE GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBLeadtek GeForce GTX 780 Ti OC Triple Fan 1 GHz 3 GBGalaxy GeForce GTX 780 Ti Hall of Fame 1 GHz 3 GBEVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti w/ ACX Cooler 875 MHz 3 GBEVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti CLASSIFIED Reference Edition 875 MHz 3 GBZOTAC GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBKFA2 GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBColorful GeForce GTX 780 Ti 1 GHz 3 GBMSI GeForce GTX 780 Ti Gaming LE 889 MHz 3 GBGainward GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBXENON GeForce GTX 780 Ti JetStream 980 MHz 3 GBXENON GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBGalaxy GeForce GTX 780 Ti V2 875 MHz 3 GBInno3D GeForce GTX 780 Ti HerculeZ 2000 902 MHz 3 GBGalaxy GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBPalit GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBInno3D GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBELSA GeForce GTX 780 Ti 875 MHz 3 GBELSA GeForce GTX 780 Ti S.A.C 902 MHz 3 GBPNY GeForce GTX 780 Ti Enthusiast Edition 875 MHz 3 GB|
GPUBoss Review Our evaluation of the GeForce GTX 780 Ti among Desktop GPUs for under $200
Benchmarks Real world tests of the GeForce GTX 780 Ti
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Reviews Word on the street for the GeForce GTX 780 Ti
|Palit unfortunately didn't make good use of that capability as their card basically emits just as much noise as the NVIDIA reference design in idle, which is pretty quiet, but far from "almost inaudible.|
What People Are Saying Give it to me straight
PerformanceAveraged over all our benchmarks, performance is almost 10% higher than GTX Titan, and 8% higher than the R9 290X in its noisy "Uber" mode. by techPowerUp! The card delivers impressive performance thanks to the GK110 GPU which has all its 2,880 shaders enabled. by techPowerUp! We then see the card 6% faster than the reference design when averaged over our benchmarks. by techPowerUp!
ApplicationsAll other GTX 780 Ti variants I've reviewed previously won't even come close to the noise levels of the MSI GTX 780 Ti Gaming, which is almost as quiet during full-on gaming as other GTX 780 Tis in idle! by techPowerUp! You can find MSI's GTX 780 Ti Gaming online right now for $710, which is just a small $10 price increase over the reference design cards, and definitely worth it. by techPowerUp! EVGA also includes an additional game, "Rise of the Triad," bringing the game bundle up to four titles. by techPowerUp!
GamingSo even at frame-rates well below 60, games feel more fluid. by techPowerUp! The card is whisper quiet in idle, which will be important if you don't game all the time. by techPowerUp! Like other MSI Gaming products, it promises to be very quiet, which is something I'm looking forward to after seeing less than impressive noise results from GTX 780 Ti cards we reviewed earlier. by techPowerUp!
PowerOnly Furmark maximum power is increased, which seems to be by design as it allows the card to boost higher for longer without running into the power limit. by techPowerUp! Power consumption is looking good as it is nearly identical to that of the GTX 780 Ti reference design. by techPowerUp!
TemperatureThe MSI's GTX 780 Ti GAMING in this review is built using MSI's famous TwinFrozr thermal solution and comes with a large clock speed increase out of the box for maximum performance. by techPowerUp! Despite the "GK110" featuring more transistors than "Hawaii" (7.08 billion vs. 6.20 billion), and hence a bigger die (561 mm² vs. 438 mm²), GK110-based products are inherently cooler because of higher performance-per-Watt figures of the "Kepler" micro-architecture than AMD's "Graphics CoreNext," which translates into lower thermal density. by techPowerUp! Despite the "GK110" featuring more transistors than "Hawaii" (7.08 billion vs. 6.20 billion) and, hence, a bigger die (561 mm² vs. 438 mm²), GK110-based products are inherently cooler because of higher "Kepler" micro-architecture performance-per-watt figures than AMD's "Graphics CoreNext," which translates into lower thermal density. by techPowerUp!
Specifications Full list of technical specs
noise and power
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Review
When NVIDIA launched their first consumer GK110 card back in February with the GeForce GTX Titan, one of the interesting (if frustrating) aspects of the launch was that we knew we wouldn’t be getting a “complete” GK110 card right away. GTX Titan was already chart-topping fast, easily clinching the crown for NVIDIA, but at the same time it was achieving those high marks with only 14 of GK110’s 15 SMXes active. The 15th SMX, though representing just 7% of GK110’s compute/geometry hardware, offered the promise of just a bit more performance out of GK110, and a promise that would have to wait to be fulfilled another day. For a number of reasons, NVIDIA would keep a little more performance in the tank in reserve for use in the future.
Jumping forward 8 months to the past few weeks, and things have significantly changed in the high-end video card market. With the launch of AMD’s new flagship video card, Radeon R9 290X, AMD has unveiled the means to once again compete with NVIDIA at the high end. And at the same time they have shown that they have the wherewithal to get into a fantastic, bloody price war for control of the high-end market. Right out of the gate 290X was fast enough to defeat GTX 780 and battle GTX Titan to a standstill, at a price hundreds of dollars cheaper than NVIDIA’s flagship card. The outcome of this has been price drops all around, with GTX 780 shedding $150, GTX Titan being all but relegated to the professional side of “prosumer,” and an unexpectedly powerful Radeon R9 290 practically starting the same process all over again just 2 weeks later.
With that in mind, NVIDIA has long become accustomed to controlling the high-end market and the single-GPU performance crown. AMD and NVIDIA may go back and forth at times, but at the end of the day it’s usually NVIDIA who comes out on top. So with AMD knocking at their door and eyeing what has been their crown, the time has come for NVIDIA to tap their reserve tank and to once again cement their hold. The time has come for GTX 780 Ti.
|GTX 780 Ti||GTX Titan||GTX 780||GTX 770|
|Memory Clock||7GHz GDDR5||6GHz GDDR5||6GHz GDDR5||7GHz GDDR5|
|Memory Bus Width||384-bit||384-bit||384-bit||256-bit|
|FP64||1/24 FP32||1/3 FP32||1/24 FP32||1/24 FP32|
|Manufacturing Process||TSMC 28nm||TSMC 28nm||TSMC 28nm||TSMC 28nm|
Getting right down to business, GeForce GTX 780 Ti unabashedly a response to AMD’s Radeon R9 290X while also serving as NVIDIA’s capstone product for the GeForce 700 series. With NVIDIA finally ready and willing to release fully enabled GK110 based cards – a process that started with Quadro K6000 – GTX 780 Ti is the obligatory and eventual GeForce part to bring that fully enabled GK110 GPU to the consumer market. By tapping the 15th and final SMX for a bit more performance and coupling it with a very slight clockspeed bump, NVIDIA has the means to fend off AMD’s recent advance while offering a refresh of their product line just in time for a busy holiday season and counter to the impending next-generation console launch.
Looking at the specifications for GTX 780 Ti in detail, at the hardware level GTX 780 Ti is the fully enabled GK110 GeForce part we’ve long been waiting for. Featuring all 15 SMXes up and running, GTX 780 Ti features 25% more compute/geometry/texturing hardware than the GTX 780 it essentially replaces, or around 7% more hardware than the increasingly orphaned GTX Titan. To that end the only place that GTX 780 Ti doesn’t improve on GTX Titan/780 is in the ROP department, as both of those cards already featured all 48 ROPs active, alongside the associated memory controllers and L2 cache.
Coupled with the fully enabled GK110 GPU, NVIDIA has given GTX 780 Ti a minor GPU clockspeed bump to make it not only the fastest GK110 card overall, but also the highest clocked card. The 875MHz core clock and 928MHz boost clock is only 15MHz and 28MHz faster than GTX 780 in their respective areas, but with GTX 780 already being clocked higher than GTX Titan, GTX 780 Ti doesn’t need much more in the way of GPU clockspeed to keep ahead of the competition and its older siblings. As a result if we’re comparing GTX 780 Ti to GTX 780, then GTX 780 relies largely on its SMX advantage to improve performance, combining a 1% clockspeed bump and a 25% increase in shader harder to offer 27% better shading/texturing/geometry performance and just 1% better ROP throughput than GTX 780. Or to compare things to Titan, then GTX 780 Ti relies on its more significant 5% clockspeed advantage coupled with its 7% functional unit increase to offer a 12% increase in shading/texturing/geometry performance, alongside a 5% increase in ROP throughput.
With specs and numbers in mind, there is one other trick up GTX 780 Ti’s sleeve to help push it past everything else, and that is a higher 7GHz memory clock. NVIDIA has given GK110 the 7GHz GDDR5 treatment with the GTX 780 Ti (making it the second card after GTX 770 to get this treatment), giving GTX 780 Ti 336GB/sec of memory bandwidth. This is 17% more than either GTX Titan or GTX 780, and even edging out the recently released Radeon R9 290X’s 320GB/sec. The additional memory bandwidth, though probably not absolutely necessary from what we’ve seen with GTX Titan, will help NVIDIA get as much out of GK110 as they can and further separate the card from other NVIDIA and AMD cards alike.
The only unfortunate news here when it comes to memory will be that unlike Titan, NVIDIA is sticking with 3GB for the default RAM amount on GTX 780 Ti. Though the performance ramifications of this will be minimal (at least at this time), will put the card in an odd spot of having less RAM than the cheaper Radeon R9 290 series.
Taken altogether then, GTX 780 Ti stands to be anywhere between 1% and 27% faster than GTX 780 depending on whether we’re looking at a ROP-bound or shader-bound scenario. Otherwise it stands to be between 5% and 17% faster than GTX Titan depending on whether we’re ROP-bound or memory bandwidth-bound.
Meanwhile let’s quickly talk about power consumption. As GTX 780 Ti is essentially just a spec bump of the GK110 hardware we’ve seen for the last 8 months, power consumption won’t officially be changing. NVIDIA designed GTX Titan and GTX 780 with the same power delivery system and the same TDP limit, with GTX 780 Ti further implementing the same system and the same limits. So officially GTX 780 Ti’s TDP stands at 250W just like the other GK110 cards. Though in practice power consumption for GTX 780 Ti will be higher than either of those other cards, as the additional performance it affords will mean that GTX 780 Ti will be on average closer to that 250W limit than either of those cards.
Finally, let’s talk about pricing, availability, and competitive positioning. On a pure performance basis NVIDIA expects GTX 780 Ti to be the fastest single-GPU video card on the market, and our numbers back them up on this. Consequently NVIDIA is going to be pricing and positioning GTX 780 Ti a lot like GTX Titan/780 before it, which is to say that it’s going to be priced as a flagship card rather than a competitive card. Realistically AMD can’t significantly threaten GTX 780 Ti, and although it’s not going to be quite the lead that NVIDIA enjoyed over AMD earlier this year, it’s enough of a lead that NVIDIA can pretty much price GTX 780 Ti based solely on the fact that it’s the fastest thing out there. And that’s exactly what NVIDIA has done.
To that end GTX 780 Ti will be launching at $699, $300 less than GTX Titan but $50 higher than the original GTX 780’s launch price. By current prices this will put it $150 over the R9 290X or $200 over the reprised GTX 780, a significant step over each. GTX 780 Ti will have the performance to justify its positioning, but just as the previous GK110 cards it’s going to be an expensive product. Meanwhile GTX Titan will be remaining at $999, despite the fact that it’s now officially dethroned as the fastest GeForce card (GTX 780 having already made it largely redundant). At this point it will live on as NVIDIA’s entry level professional compute card, keeping its unique FP64 performance advantage over the other GeForce cards.
Elsewhere on a competitive basis, until such a time where factory overclocked 290X cards hit the market, the only real single-card competition for GTX 780 Ti will be the Radeon HD 7990, AMD’s Tahiti based dual-GPU card, which these days retails for close to $800. Otherwise the closest competition will be dual card setups, such as the GTX 770 SLI, R9 280X CF, and R9 290 CF. All of those should present formidable challenges on a pure performance basis, though it will bring with it the usual drawbacks of multi-GPU rendering.
Meanwhile, as an added perk NVIDIA will be extending their recently announced “The Way It’s Meant to Be Played Holiday Bundle with SHIELD” promotion to the GTX 780 Ti, which consists of Assassins’ Creed IV, Batman: Arkham Origins, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, and a $100 SHIELD discount. NVIDIA has been inconsistent about this in the past, so it’s a nice change to see it included with their top card. As always, the value of bundles are ultimately up to the buyer, but for those who do place value in the bundle it should offset some of the sting of the $699 price tag.
Finally, for launch availability this will be a hard launch. Reference cards should be available by the time this article goes live, or shortly thereafter. It is a reference launch, and while custom cards are in the works NVIDIA is telling us they likely won’t hit the shelves until December.
GeForce GTX 780 Ti vs GTX 780Showing 25 comments.
Geek Gamer (04:03 PM, June 6, 2016)
Viking2121 (08:40 PM, August 30, 2015)
Its worth the money if you playing at res more then 1440p with the eye candy turned up. 4k you'll end up hitting a vram bottleneck, but even then the ti will give better min at a 1440p res then the normal 780. You have to remember that not everyone games at 720 or 1080p at 60hz these days, I own 2x 780ti's and use a 1080p 144hz BenQ monitor, and there are some games that wont hit that smooth 144hz. So its worth it to some extent.
How_delightful (09:46 AM, June 6, 2015)
Its a close call against my INNO 3D iChiLL GTX780. That is very close to the Ti. Its why I`m considering SLi or the new Gigabyte GTX980 G1 Gaming; a 6Gb VRAM card. But, we will see what the R9 390X has on offer when its released real soon.
How_delightful (09:44 AM, June 6, 2015)
On my Haswell i5 back-up gaming rig, my ASUS R9 280 in Crossfire kick the living daylights out of an R9 290X (and my Haswell i7 GTX780 gaming rig), and they are cheaper per pair still than either competitor mentioned.. Enjoy.
How_delightful (09:43 AM, June 6, 2015)
I am seriously considering going iChiLL 780 SLi this month. Will it whup @ss the Ti?
Matti M (09:36 PM, March 15, 2015)
No, more like 15-22% but yeah its still a nice improvement. If you are rich like you are, it's a good upgrade. But if you are middle class or so, you would not buy TI rather than 780, other than in your dreams. And people who arent avarage, they wouldnt even have money to buy GTX 780.
Shiref Ahmed (02:29 PM, March 5, 2015)
it still not worth the money
MR_OVERCLOCK (01:18 AM, December 7, 2014)
hah... this test and comparison sucks! i had GTX780 and i have GTX780Ti... there is big difference between this two cards! arround 20-25%
damn (10:21 PM, November 11, 2014)
Espinosidro (01:08 AM, September 3, 2014)
the 780 Ti have a better minimun FPS in all games
baddmint666 (06:53 PM, August 24, 2014)
ive had 2 MSI R9 290x cards and both had the black screen of death. i now have a GTX 780 which im more than happy with.
Prick (07:56 AM, August 23, 2014)
Its almost the same bro.... Have the SAME exactly chip,memory...etc If you want to spent 200 dollars more for a 500 f*cking cuda cores more and some 50 memory badwitch\texture fill rate more, then buy the the "To idiots" (ti) edition. I have the Non ti and its VERY Enough even on high resolutions monitors for gaming and im VERY HAPPY to dealing with 480$.
Michael Burdick (06:42 PM, August 22, 2014)
Usually the rule of thumb is never buy an Nvidia card with letters at the end of the name... Save yourself hundreds of dollars and just buy the base model and then overclock is slightly.
Inf7cted (05:45 PM, August 15, 2014)
I don't know what to do. GTX 780 ti or GTX 780.
Fraklin (03:55 PM, August 11, 2014)
The word "ti" of the nvidia models means 200 dollars more. (Ti=To Idiots) who like to spent for no reason, money,
guest (04:20 PM, August 7, 2014)
Sorry but YOU'RE stupid for not even knowing the proper use of YOUR and YOU'RE (You Are).
Griff (12:39 PM, July 21, 2014)
not really. if anything, you seem a little "retarded" after stating what you'd said. understandably, ati cards aren't the most powerful things around, however for a lighter price tag compared to some of the nvidia cards that perform around the same. i myself am running a gigabyte 7870 in my machine and it runs superbly for costing me around $200 Australian dollars and competes fairly similar to my brothers 660 ti.
duh_people! (04:43 AM, July 20, 2014)
pfft common...any idiot knows its all about the cuda cores that determines graphics power...780 cuda core cost about 21cents/per, while 780ti cost about 24cents/per...
Hussein Horack (03:27 PM, July 18, 2014)
Sorry for late reply... I can't actually afford the SLI, or the 780 for that matter. I was just wondering but thanks for the help. I'll keep that in mind when I build a better computer :)
guest (10:14 PM, July 17, 2014)
if you buy AMD parts for gaming, you must be at least slightly retarded to believe that shit
#1NEGRO (09:52 PM, July 6, 2014)
its miles better than the 780. $200 is nothing
Sam Cooper (05:38 PM, July 5, 2014)
Top kek another uninformed sheep sprouting 10 year old meme's as fact "Utilise so much of the card" - I literally had to burst out laughing IRL. The fact that you actually believe this is hilarious.
IndianAccentGenius (09:13 PM, July 3, 2014)
oh and gl with sli issues... better to get off with a 780 or 780 ti than a sli because it causes issues in games and you will also need g sync because you will get screen tearing if you are running a 1080p or even 1440p for some games.... i would be better off getting a 780 or a 780 ti than 2 760's because in the future i could add another 780 or 780 ti and you could add a 760 but most games arent so well optimized for 3 way sli anyways... just a tip. Plus if you were to go 760... defnetly go 4gb because you are obviusly gonna go 1440p or 1600p right ? or else your just being tottaly dumb for actully going sli....one does not simply do sli on 1080p... that is what i call being dumb. So anyways my point is that you're better off with a 780 or a 780 ti than 2 cards in sli because as I mentioned the sli issues... and also the fact that you could add another 780 if needed in the future for more monitors or even 4k whitch would not be the same on 2 mid range cards :) Correct me if i'm wrong Kind regards IndianAccentGenius-
dodobird (09:28 AM, July 2, 2014)
sorry but your stupid , r9 290x its a shit compared to any gtx 780 ti or even any gtx 780
dodo (09:25 AM, July 2, 2014)
gtx 780 is better then ti bc ti doesnt add much more for 200+ $
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Video Card Roundup - Tested at 4KPosted by Nathan Kirsch Sun, Mar 23, 2014 - 12:22 PM
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Roundup With MSI, Gigabyte and EVGA
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti is hands down one the most powerful video cards on the market that money can buy. The GeForce GTX 780 Ti is powered by the fully enabled GK110 ‘Kepler’ GPU that features 2880 CUDA cores. The NVIDIA GTX780 Ti reference card runs at 875MHz core (928MHz boost) and has 3GB of GDDR5 memory running on a 384-bit bus at 1750MHz (7000MHz effective), but there are a number of add-in-board (AIB) partners that have released cards with factory overclocks and custom cooling solutions. If you want to build a kick ass gaming system and don’t have any budgetary constraints, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB card at $659.99 to $769.99 is most certainly the front runner. It should be noted that the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black is the flagship video card from NVIDIA, but shares the same GPU with different clock speeds and double the amount of memory (6GB) for a cool $1009.99 to $1099.99. Only a select few that are pushing several 4K monitors will need that much memory, so the GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB card has the flagship GPU with just the right amount of memory for 99.5% of gamers out there.
If you are looking to improve your graphics performance you might be ready to move up to a GeForce GTX 780 Ti, but which one? There are more than a dozen NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti cards on the market in North America and many might have a hard time between picking one to purchase. Pretty much all the AIB partners use high-end components and use fancy jargon for their components, so so we know it can be tough to find a card. We got our hands on three factory overclocked cards with custom coolers and will be putting them to the test on our 4K monitor to see how the perform.
First up we have the GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB (GV-N78TGHZ-3GD) Video Card at $724.99. The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition card runs at a 1085MHz base clock, boosting up to 1150MHz. The 3GB of Hynix GDDR5 memory runs at 1750MHz (7000MHz) and is connected to a 384-bit bus. The card uses a Gigabyte WINDFORCE 3X 450W GPU cooler that is equipped with two 8mm and four 6mm cooper heat-pipes. One of the noteworthy changes on this card is that Gigabyte was the only company that we are looking at today that includes two 8-pin on their overclocked card to help deliver over 250w+ of power to the card.
The MSI GeForce GTX 780Ti GAMING 3GB Video Card that runs $689.99 (currently $669.99 after rebate). The MSI GeForce GTX 780 Ti Gaming card features the TwinFrozr IV GPU cooler with dual fans along with heatpipes and one Superpipe for improved cooling performance. This card is pre-overclocked like the rest, but can be used with the MSI Gaming App that will allow you to run the card in one of three performance modes :
- OC Mode: 1020MHz Core (Boost Clock:1085MHz) – 1750MHz Memory
- Gaming Mode: 980MHz Core (Boost Clock:1046MHz) – 1750MHz Memory
- Silent Mode: 876MHz Core (Boost Clock:928MHz)- – 1750MHz Memory
Lastly, the EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked 3GB w/ ACX Cooler (03G-P4-2884-KR) that retails for $729.99 ($719.99 after rebate). This card is factory overclocked and runs with a 1006MHz base clock with the ability to boost up to 1072MHz. The memory runs at 1750MHz (7000MHz) on the 3GB of GDDR5 memory. One of the key features on this card is EVGA’s ACX cooling solution that uses a beefy GPU cooler with a pair of fans that has ball bearings.
So, all the cards cards use the same 28nm GK110 core with 2880 CUDA Cores (5 Graphics Processing Clusters, 15 Streaming Multiprocessors) along with 240 texture units and 48 ROPs. The only real big difference between the cards are the GPU coolers and the clock speeds. There are most certainly come component differences between the cards, but none has a capacitor that is known to fail or anything like that. All three brands also back their cards with a 3-year warranty.
The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition was the only GeForce GTX 780 Ti card of the trio that came with a blackplate. We are big fans of backplates as it makes the card look finished and protects the components on the back.
When it comes to video outputs EVGA, Gigabyte and MSI all use NVIDIA’s standard configuration of DisplayPort, HDMI and two DVIs. The EVGA and MSI cards have a couple more exhaust holes in the bracket, but not all of the fan exhaust is routed out the back on any of these cards, which means this shouldn’t really matter. The HDMI is connector on the Gigabyte and MSI cards is gold plated, but again we have never seen any difference in image quality between standard and gold plated HDMI connecters over the past six years or so. All of the cards share the same four connectors and that means you can run up to four panels. You can run three screens as an NVIDIA Surround gaming arrangement and then the fourth display can be an accessory display for web surfing, chat, e-mail and so on. All of the cards support up to a 240Hz max refresh rate, 2048×1536 resolutions on analog and 4096×2160 on digital.
When it comes to power connectors all of the cards have the power connectors located along the top edge at the end of the card. The MSI and EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti cards have a 6-pin and 8-pin PCIe connector, while the Gigabyte card has a pair of 8-pin connectors. Most of the companies recommend a 600W power supply with a +12 Volt current rating of at least 42 Amps.
Now that you should have a pretty good feel for the general differences between these cards we can skip along to taking a look at the test system and get to benchmarking!