Early 780Ti Benchmarks

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Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Tue Nov 05, 2013 6:11 pm

http://www.chiphell.com/thread-891408-1-1.html

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There are more benchmarks at the link above. Thanks to Peter Bright at ArsTechnica for the head up on this.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Tue Nov 05, 2013 6:14 pm

I thought the 290X benches equal or slightly better than the 780? Why are all the 290X results slightly lower than the 780 on the graphs?

Still, if true, this means greater than Titan performance across the board? That'd be mighty impressive.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Tue Nov 05, 2013 6:27 pm

ChronoReverse wrote:I thought the 290X benches equal or slightly better than the 780? Why are all the 290X results slightly lower than the 780 on the graphs?

Hardware benchmarks are a highly subjective thing, my dear friend :wink: One site can show one result, the other might show different one. This is why everyone should buy the hardware themselves, evaluate it in their own environment then decide if it's worth using it or better to return it, or sell it on eBay (or give it away or just keep it in a closet :wink: ).
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Tue Nov 05, 2013 7:08 pm

ChronoReverse wrote:Still, if true, this means greater than Titan performance across the board? That'd be mighty impressive.


That's actually the expected part- it's a fully-enabled GK110, which we've not yet seen anywhere near the consumer space. It still loses the compute goodies that the Titan has, though, and thus the GTX780Ti is purely a gaming card, unlike the Titan.

As for comparisons with the 290X, and final pricing, we're going to have to wait and see. Still need third-party coolers for the 290(X) cards before we can really judge the price/performance/features picture, and those that prefer/need blowers will still likely better be served by Nvidia.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Tue Nov 05, 2013 7:48 pm

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ChronoReverse wrote:I thought the 290X benches equal or slightly better than the 780? Why are all the 290X results slightly lower than the 780 on the graphs?

Hardware benchmarks are a highly subjective thing, my dear friend :wink:

Eh? Two sites using the same testing methods have to arrive at the same conclusions. It's up to the reader to decide which tests (and how they're performed) he/she considers the most valid.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Tue Nov 05, 2013 8:23 pm

Bing's auto-translate makes that thread somewhat entertaining.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 1:12 am

In the reviews i checked out the 290x (in Uber mode) beat the GTX Titan in BF 3, which is expected considering that the developer partnered with AMD. That said, the GTX 780 Ti looks mighty impressive, almost matching the GTX 690...
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 9:21 am

ChronoReverse wrote:I thought the 290X benches equal or slightly better than the 780? Why are all the 290X results slightly lower than the 780 on the graphs?


Those graphs seem to show that the 290X is faster when I look at them. The only game benchmark where the 780 is faster is when you enable DDOF in Bioshock Infinite, and even then it's only faster by a small amount. The other 2 games the 290X is faster at every resolution they used (with or without AA)
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 9:29 am

The 780Ti looks really weak at 4K and not particularly competitive at 2560x1600.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 10:02 am

What's the yellow line? Wattage?

I think it's also worth noting GK110 has more die area than Hawaii. I wonder if the 780Ti will run about the same temperature (higher wattage, but larger die and therefore heat dissipation area). These 28nm wars are getting hot.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 11:28 am

Duct Tape Dude wrote:What's the yellow line? Wattage?


The chip hell watermark obscures it, but yes that does seem to be wattage.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 11:53 am

780Ti is a fully enabled GK110 (2880 shaders) and runs an gratuitously high base clock for such a large part: 1050Mhz. I'd love to have one, but there's no way I could afford it, unless some enterprising CUDA nerd wanted to trade me one for my Titan... hehe. ┐( ̄ヮ ̄)┌
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 2:34 pm

auxy wrote:780Ti is a fully enabled GK110 (2880 shaders) and runs an gratuitously high base clock for such a large part: 1050Mhz. I'd love to have one, but there's no way I could afford it, unless some enterprising CUDA nerd wanted to trade me one for my Titan... hehe. ┐( ̄ヮ ̄)┌


Well, if the supply of Titans were to dry up, yours could be worth more than you paid for it. Might want to go Craigslist fishing?
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:19 pm

The 780 ti and 290x seem to be a exact match with BF3 at 4K... but here is the kicker, if this chart is true, the 780ti uses way more power.

If only nvidia where to add gsync to seiki 39" 4K TV.... $699 + $150... $849 for a 4K 120hz Gsync gaming monitor, seem like a great deal.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:37 pm

sschaem wrote:If only nvidia where to add gsync to seiki 39" 4K TV.... $699 + $150... $849 for a 4K 120hz Gsync gaming monitor, seem like a great deal.


I'd go for that- but I'd also like to see support for G-Sync monitors come to AMD cards ASAP :).
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:44 pm

Airmantharp wrote:
auxy wrote:780Ti is a fully enabled GK110 (2880 shaders) and runs an gratuitously high base clock for such a large part: 1050Mhz. I'd love to have one, but there's no way I could afford it, unless some enterprising CUDA nerd wanted to trade me one for my Titan... hehe. ┐( ̄ヮ ̄)┌


Well, if the supply of Titans were to dry up, yours could be worth more than you paid for it. Might want to go Craigslist fishing?

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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 3:48 pm

sschaem wrote:The 780 ti and 290x seem to be a exact match with BF3 at 4K... but here is the kicker, if this chart is true, the 780ti uses way more power.

If only nvidia where to add gsync to seiki 39" 4K TV.... $699 + $150... $849 for a 4K 120hz Gsync gaming monitor, seem like a great deal.


You may as well make up a fantastical ~40" 4K TV brand. 120Hz at 4K is 4x the input bandwidth that the current Seikis support. I'd imagine the required ASIC upgrade alone to make that happen would add significantly to the price of the TV, nevermind Gsync.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 6:45 pm

sschaem wrote:The 780 ti and 290x seem to be a exact match with BF3 at 4K... but here is the kicker, if this chart is true, the 780ti uses way more power

Not only that, but the 780ti is probably going to push the noise envelope at those clockspeeds and still cost quite a lot more than a 780.

AMD and Nvidia have neither moved to a smaller fabrication process, nor have they made any significant architectural changes; These things are faster because they're bigger, hungrier and noisier.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 6:46 pm

cynan wrote:You may as well make up a fantastical ~40" 4K TV brand. 120Hz at 4K is 4x the input bandwidth that the current Seikis support. I'd imagine the required ASIC upgrade alone to make that happen would add significantly to the price of the TV, nevermind Gsync.


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Last, there's nothing stopping anyone from using multiple DP streams to push 120Hz at 4k; and with G-Sync, it's not about pushing 120Hz per se, as much as it is about keeping the time it takes to send a single frame as short as possible.

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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Wed Nov 06, 2013 6:49 pm

Chrispy_ wrote:AMD and Nvidia have neither moved to a smaller fabrication process, nor have they made any significant architectural changes; These things are faster because they're bigger, hungrier and noisier.


Now that's the truth. Though you have to wonder just how much of an impact running a full-GK110 hot is going to have over the Titan or 780. It'll be hotter and louder sure, assuming no tweaks have been made to the GPU or the cooler, but will it be louder than an R9 290X with it's training wheels removed?
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Thu Nov 07, 2013 8:08 am

Some details on noise, power consumption, and overclocking are up on VideoCardz since they are not under NDA (they were not given a review sample from nVidia, but got it from some other source).

http://videocardz.com/47719/nvidia-laun ... gtx-780-ti

Looks like power consumption is comparable to the 290x, if not slightly lower (408w vs 414w total system power draw).

They say it is noisier than Titan and the 780, slightly quieter than the 290x. But again, close enough that I would consider them to be equal (41 dBa for the 780ti vs 43 dBa for the 290x).

Overclocking seems to be where it shines, as the card they have seems to be able to sustain itself to a boost of 1275 mhz.

No gaming benchmarks are on the webpage, though.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Thu Nov 07, 2013 9:47 am

Official review from Hardware Canucks is up.


http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum/hardware-canucks-reviews/63987-nvidia-geforce-gtx-780-ti-3gb-review.html

Where is Tech Report's review? I'm assuming that NDA is lifted, as there is no way HWC would put the review up if they were still under NDA...
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Thu Nov 07, 2013 9:50 am

Do you want the review now, or do you want a well-written review with substantially more facts & measurements than the NDA expiration crowd?
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Thu Nov 07, 2013 9:56 am

If you'll read the review, you'll see it's at least up to the standards of TR's reviews. It may not have the prosaic writing that is a hallmark of TR's, but from a technical point of view, it's bang-on!

although that being said, I want my TR review...something about having my cake and eating it, too.
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Thu Nov 07, 2013 10:19 am

Anandtech, Tom's Hardware and Guru3D are up to. No real news there, nothing unexpected. Waiting for the usual suspect for a detailed reading 8)
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Re: Early 780Ti Benchmarks

Postposted on Thu Nov 07, 2013 4:39 pm

Is there any major review site that tests with a stock 4770+Z87 in their benchmarks?
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