Which is better for gaming and overclocking to 1075Mhz or 1150Mhz or 1200Mhz Dual GTX 780 Or Dual GTX Titan?

Reminder i'm gonna use Liquid Cooling so i'm gonna use the hydro copper series.For the CPU I'm gonna use a Intel i7 3930K overclocked to 4.6Ghz or 4.8Ghz,I'm gonna play on ultra settings,I'm gonna use a single Monitor,I'm gonna use a or 1920x1080 2560x1440 or 2560x1600 Monitor,And I'm gonna use a custom build Liquid cooler.I'm gonna play games like The battlefield Series,The Far Cry Series,The Resident Evil Series,The Mass Effect Series,The Elder Scrolls Series,The Saints Row Series,The Assasins Creed Series,The Mirrors Edge Series,The Bioshock Series,The Medal Of Honor Series,The Grand Theft Auto Series,The Hitman Series,The Batman Series,The Dead Rising Series,The Crysis Series,And Many Other Big AAA Games.For the GPU My specs are A GPU that can overclock as high as 1200Mhz or 1150Mhz,A GPU That is Future Proof for maybe 3 or 4 or 5 Years,A GPU can Put all those games above on Ultra settings and the Ultra settings will last maybe (Yes i know i put future Proof above this don't think i put it twice accidently) 3 or 4 or 5 Years on 2560x1440 or 2560x1600 Resolution,And a GPU good enough for games like FPS,TPS (ThirdpersonShooter Or just a regular Thirdperson game),MMORPG (League Of Legends,And Dota 2),RPG,And Fighters(Street Fighter 4,AndMortal Kombat).Also what does it mean to bottleneck the GPU?
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  1. Future proof doesn't exist, all that you're asking is overkill, you'll be better off getting a setup that will last 1-2 years on max and upgrade then again, and put the rest of the money on a savings account for when yuo need an upgrade.
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    Also, there are no guarantees in the OC world.

    Get a single 780.

    Even the most massively overkill 2008 PC would be mincemeat today, not least because of things like DX11.
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