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Nvidia GTX780 Review

The GTX780 is finally here, the review all the Titan owners should be worried about. We get to grips with nVidia's first 700 series release.




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Wow... better get saving, this card looks fantastic.
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Old 23-05-13, 01:04 PM
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just read the whole review i cant beleive how close this is to the titan and in some of the benchmarks beats it amazing considering this is a cut down titan..
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Like this on the initial drivers too? The card is a monster at a price that, while steep, isn't mind-boggling expensive (looking at ARES II and Titan). Time to get saving.

The ball is in your court now AMD, lets see if they can match/beat this.
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Not bad, still don't think it's enough of a performance leap over the 7970 or 680 that is worth an extra £150-£250.

It doesn't beat the 680 or 7970 in everything and in some cases it hardly beats them at all. Not saying it's a bad card, just that it's highly priced for the performance and cards with aftermarket coolers are going to cost even more.
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649€ where I live. Fuck, I was hoping for 499€. On the other hand seeing how good it is..
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It looks like a great 680 replacement, but at 150 euros over the 680 introduction price, it doesn't feel like it's worth it I was hoping this would come in at 550 and that it would be the best card to go for, for a 1440p rig, but at these prices I am looking at dual cards again..
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