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Posted · Original PosterOP

So you can pick up opened but still new Titan Blacks for about $600 on eBay. Are they worth that, I have a single 780 right now and I've been debating on whether to add another 780 in SLI, get a Titan Black or get a 980. What should I do?? My budget is like $650


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Sell the 780, and grab a 980.

 

Or you can wait and see what AMD throw onto the table next year, since that 780 of yours should last you until next year.


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So you can pick up opened but still new Titan Blacks for about $600 on eBay. Are they worth that, I have a single 780 right now and I've been debating on whether to add another 780 in SLI, get a Titan Black or get a 980. What should I do?? My budget is like $650

Two 780 will whoop a 980. Get a second 780, but a reference one for SLI


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So you can pick up opened but still new Titan Blacks for about $600 on eBay. Are they worth that, I have a single 780 right now and I've been debating on whether to add another 780 in SLI, get a Titan Black or get a 980. What should I do?? My budget is like $650

I would say neither of the three wait a mont or two because Nvidia is launching a new line 


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I would say neither of the three wait a mont or two because Nvidia is launching a new line 

What are you talking about?

They literally just announced the 900 series and it's not even out a lot of places.


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What are you talking about?

They literally just announced the 900 series and it's not even out a lot of places.

They are going to lunch a new Maxwell 14nm in a few months and they might come out with the Titan 2 or something, but the Tesla and Quadro are almost for sure


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Titan black is just plain stupid for gaming, good for content creation though.

It's actually not. It performs better than a 780ti, and has more vram than any other nvidia GPU. The only thing bad about it is the price. For $600 though A 980 would be a better choice.

If the titan black was less than $500 then its definitely worth it.


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They are going to lunch a new Maxwell 14nm in a few months and they might come out with the Titan 2 or something, but the Tesla and Quadro are almost for sure

Its more than a few months I thought that was scheduled for like mid 2015


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It's actually not. It performs better than a 780ti, and has more vram than any other nvidia GPU. The only thing bad about it is the price. For $600 though A 980 would be a better choice.

If the titan black was less than $500 then its definitely worth it.

Should have mentioned as well that I can get 780's for like $300 so...


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Its more than a few months I thought that was scheduled for like mid 2015

sorry it's 20nm


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I would just get a second 780 Lightning, you can probably snag one off of eBay for $350. That way you can match the clocks of your other card. 


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sorry it's 20nm

 

 

It's actually not. It performs better than a 780ti, and has more vram than any other nvidia GPU. The only thing bad about it is the price. For $600 though A 980 would be a better choice.

If the titan black was less than $500 then its definitely worth it.

 

 

What are you talking about?

They literally just announced the 900 series and it's not even out a lot of places.

 

 

780 sli or 980. Titan black is just plain stupid for gaming, good for content creation though.

 

 

Two 780 will whoop a 980. Get a second 780, but a reference one for SLI

 

 

Sell the 780, and grab a 980.

 

Or you can wait and see what AMD throw onto the table next year, since that 780 of yours should last you until next year.

 

If you had to pick between a SLI 780 for $300 or a titan black what would u pick


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If you had to pick between a SLI 780 for $300 or a titan black what would u pick

I would be choosing between the SLI 780 and the 780Ti, but in your case the 780 SLI


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If you had to pick between a SLI 780 for $300 or a titan black what would u pick

SLI 780


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If you had to pick between a SLI 780 for $300 or a titan black what would u pick

SLI 780, it will have the best price to performance for gaming no matter what.

I'm even planning on getting a second 780 myself as i want the extra frames ^^


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If you had to pick between a SLI 780 for $300 or a titan black what would u pick

 

SLI 780 will have better performance.

 

I'd personally go for the Titan Black since i'm not a huge fan of SLI/Crossfire though. In your situation it own't be much of an upgrade over a 780 though.


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I would definitely get another 780 to SLI or sell the 780 and get a 980. Both of those options are still good, of course the advantage of SLI is better performance when supported and advantage of 980 is better single-card performance.

The Titan Black, in my opinion, should be purchased by someone who do a lot of video-image processing, price-wise, not worth the performance in games.

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As far as i can see nobody has asked what you need it for.

 

The most appealing are definitely the 780 sli and the single 980.


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So you can pick up opened but still new Titan Blacks for about $600 on eBay. Are they worth that, I have a single 780 right now and I've been debating on whether to add another 780 in SLI, get a Titan Black or get a 980. What should I do?? My budget is like $650

you play at 1080P a single 780 is plenty enough, put your money eslewhere (AKA get out of your basement and have fun, enjoy your life while it last)


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The Titan Black was never worth it :P


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It's actually not. It performs better than a 780ti, and has more vram than any other nvidia GPU. The only thing bad about it is the price. For $600 though A 980 would be a better choice.

If the titan black was less than $500 then its definitely worth it.

 It is a stupid card for gaming for the price. That is what I meant....

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