Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti – India Price and benchmarks
- Launch Date: 7th Nov 2013
- Sale Price: 52,000
- Competition: AMD Radeon R9 290X offers good match to Nvidia GeForce GTX 780Ti
Fit for resolution higher than 1080
Design:-Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 Ti is a sexy piece of hardware if you ask me, the plan is changed minimally from the design we have seen in the great Titan. The card’s model name, embossed onto the fan cover sheet is now in black—a more noticeable contrast against the silver body than before.
The card has a standard form factor and will need a bigger cabinet to house the monster inside the rig. Let’s move straight to the gaming performance of the overclocked 780Ti.
In Crysis 3 we see an increase of 5 fps, and it beats AMD 7990 with ease. In BF3 we see an increase of 9 fps and but the 780 Ti does not beat AMD 7990.
Considering a 7-10 fps increase in overclocking, the headroom is good in 780ti but not as much as we have seen with some of AMD’s graphics cards.
Conclusion Should You Buy GTX 780 Ti
GeForce GTX 780 Ti isn’t perfect. Priced at Rs. 52000, it’s a bargain compared to a Titan which is around 40% more expensive. But it’s not a bargain given the AMD cards pricing (after all, we already know overclocked R9 290X, and 290 are fast runners). Perhaps the most significant issue enthusiasts will find with 780 Ti is memory capacity. Titan ships with 6 GB of GDDR5, while AMD includes 4 GB on its Radeon R9 290X and 290.
In today’s games, and at resolutions as high as 3840×2160, 780 Ti’s 3 GB should be sufficient. However, it’s already possible to punch above that in Battlefield 4 using three 2560×1440 monitors. When you’re burning earnest money on ultra-high-end hardware, future-proofing is an important consideration. When the dust settles, though, GeForce GTX 780 Ti does emerge as the fastest single-GPU graphics card you can buy for standard enthusiast-class resolutions.
It houses an incredibly complex processor and does a superb job keeping the chip cool, quietly. Living in New Delhi, where it gets into the 48-degree Celsius range during summer, I particularly appreciate 780 Ti’s consistent performance. With the release of the GeForce GTX, 780 Ti NVIDIA is once more left solidly in control of the single-GPU performance crown.
It won’t quite get to claim a massive performance advantage over its closest competitors, but at the end of the day, it’s going to be faster than any other single-GPU card out there. This will break down to being 11% faster than Radeon R9 290X, 9% faster than GTX Titan, and a full 20% faster than the original GTX 780 that it formally replaces.