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Asus 780 Ti's

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February 7, 2014 4:59:33 PM

I wanted to get your opinion on these 3 Ti's which one would you get performance/stability/length of use be?
This one is my first choice but I feel like I may be missing an important feature or something else.

Then there is this

But not be as overclocked or what have you straight out of the box? I don't overclock anything unless I have something that keeps me in check and wont allow me to make a fatal mistake. So being overclocked out of the box is better for me but I would trade that for a much cooler and efficient card that I could still possibly OC.

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February 7, 2014 5:32:33 PM

Get the asus one over the stock on, end of story. you are not missing any features going with the reference one, just getting a worse out of the box. meaning the asus one will likely also run hotter due to higher clocks

I would recommend getting a non reference design cooler like the direct cuii version or the evga acx cooler (google them)
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February 7, 2014 6:36:43 PM

I'd go the Asus CU version, the EVGA would be my second choice (same price the 03G-P4-2884-KR model)
February 7, 2014 6:38:42 PM

TRADESMAN whats up man. Yeah like me and tradesman and brantyn said, get the direct cuII version of the 780ti.
a c 654 Ĉ ASUS
February 7, 2014 6:41:50 PM


Same ol', same ol' been rather busy the last ten days or so and not out here as much as I like, picked up a pair of the Asus 780s but haven't really had a chance to play with them yet, am hoping this weekend maybe (LOL, yeah right, like that's going to happen ;)  )
February 7, 2014 6:57:13 PM

Whoops looks like I friggin' copied the wrong link :/  I was wondering what Gerik meant by stock and then the Direct CU one. Sorry guys here's the right one:

But looks like you guys will still give me the same answer. I dont know why this one is about $200 bucks more, but the Direct CU is the way to go IMHO. Lower temps and same firmware. Wouldn't lower temps also mean quieter cards as well? Its probably a mute or moot point but something I have wondered about. Logic dictates that to be true but we're talking GPU's here ;) 

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a c 654 Ĉ ASUS
February 7, 2014 7:29:01 PM

That can depend on the fans used, again I like Asus, think the MSI and GB cards are louder and some EVGA
February 7, 2014 8:08:17 PM

TheMohammadmo said:
TRADESMAN whats up man. Yeah like me and tradesman and brantyn said, get the direct cuII version of the 780ti.

Reason he's been so busy is I keep bothering him with stupid questions, lol
February 7, 2014 8:33:22 PM

lol danscan