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ASUS GTX780 Ti Matrix Platinum Review



Today we look at the ASUS Matrix version of the GTX780Ti, designed for hardcore overclockers.

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Old 18-03-14, 01:53 AM
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Now then this one is worth it, good results cool and quiet and gives the Phantom a run for it's money.
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Old 18-03-14, 09:31 AM
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Now then this one is worth it, good results cool and quiet and gives the Phantom a run for it's money.


Still amazes me how good that card is...
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Old 18-03-14, 09:46 AM
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At least Asus did good with the 780Ti, this card is a beast.
Still not worth it you are just a gamer but if you want the best and want to OC the nuts off it, it's not a bad choice
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Still amazes me how good that card is...
One of my clan mates has the Phantom non Ti and totally loves it said it's the best card he's ever owned
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What does it take to get a 10 on presentation??
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What does it take to get a 10 on presentation??
Reference GTX Titan (GTX 780 Ti)
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I would love to see this card go up against an EVGA 780 ti Classified Kingpin Edition and the 780 ti Lightning when that drops. Battle of the titans (not the card).
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The cheapest GTX 780 Ti is £500 (http://www.scan.co.uk/products/3gb-m...s-2880-dp-hdmi) this card is £620. That's 24% more expensive for the same GPU Die and Memory.

That is a big premium (£120) for what it comes with in my opinion and if we face facts none of us are LN2 world record breakers are we? - If this was really for LN2 users it wouldn't even come with an air cooler it would be sold just as the board with the die exposed expecting the overclocker to have their own pot to put on it.

This is a bit like someone buying a million pound bugatti to drive down 40 MPH country lanes.

Good on Asus for offering a niche to the incredibly small amount (Less than 1000 worldwide) users who actually need features like ram defrosters but for the rest of us this card is just epeen and I'd rather save that £120, get the lowest end card and put my own waterblock on for £70 from EK. I'd probably be able to OC it further than the air cooler allowed anyway.
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The cheapest GTX 780 Ti is £500 (http://www.scan.co.uk/products/3gb-m...s-2880-dp-hdmi) this card is £620. That's 24% more expensive for the same GPU Die and Memory.

That is a big premium (£120) for what it comes with in my opinion and if we face facts none of us are LN2 world record breakers are we? - If this was really for LN2 users it wouldn't even come with an air cooler it would be sold just as the board with the die exposed expecting the overclocker to have their own pot to put on it.

This is a bit like someone buying a million pound bugatti to drive down 40 MPH country lanes.

Good on Asus for offering a niche to the incredibly small amount (Less than 1000 worldwide) users who actually need features like ram defrosters but for the rest of us this card is just epeen and I'd rather save that £120, get the lowest end card and put my own waterblock on for £70 from EK. I'd probably be able to OC it further than the air cooler allowed anyway.
If someone is just into gaming I don't see the point in this card as there are cheaper faster options out there.

On the other hand if you want to get every last bit of performance out of a system then four of these on waterblocks beomes a serious option. Having said that though for gaming at 4K such a setup would be pretty useless with only 3gb per GPU.
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