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Nvidia 780 ti / titan bottleneck

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May 13, 2014 8:44:48 PM

I just build my own pc and I was just searching around for graphic cards. I found a titan for about $500 on ebay and a few 780 ti's for $450 was wondering if it would bottleneck and my psu would be okay thanks.
These are my specs :

intel i5 4570
Asus h81m d plus
8gb corsair ram
corsair 600w
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May 13, 2014 8:47:32 PM

Go for the 780ti if you are only planning on gaming, your CPU wont bottleneck it, make sure your PSU has 12v 42A single rail, to be able to power it. If you send me the correct model of your PSU, I can tell you if it will work.
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May 13, 2014 8:48:29 PM

cabudinen said:
Go for the 780ti if you are only planning on gaming, your CPU wont bottleneck it, make sure your PSU has 12v 42A single rail, to be able to power it. If you send me the correct model of your PSU, I can tell you if it will work.

It is a corsair 600w cx
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May 13, 2014 8:53:49 PM

Yes your PSU is fine, I just check it and it has +12V@46A good enough to power the 780ti or the TITAN.
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May 13, 2014 8:55:20 PM

If you want, you could just get the Titan for $50 more. They're normally about $300 more. I know it's overkill, but just think about it!
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May 13, 2014 8:57:08 PM

Except the 780Ti out performs the titan in gaming. The Titan is a dead card now. Its only use is high Vram environments such as professional work.
Even so, Titan Black replaces it, as does the Titan-Z.
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May 13, 2014 8:59:51 PM

cabudinen said:
Yes your PSU is fine, I just check it and it has +12V@46A good enough to power the 780ti or the TITAN.

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