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6GB memory GTX780 ON NEWEGG.

fbm211
Level 7
Not sure if I'm gonna buy this or not.
Sort of torn between it and a 780Ti
The 6GB 780 is pretty reasonably priced at 599.00 though
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abvolt
Level 11
That's a great price just in time for 4k gaming..
Current: MSI Xpower Gaming Titanium | 7700K | G Skill Ripjaws V 3000 16Gb | 960 EVO 500Gb | Intel 730 480Gb | Seasonic 1000 Platinum |
NZXT X62 | Acer XB270HU | EVGA 1080 ti FTW3

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Intel 730 240GB + 480GB | EVGA GTX780 ti sli kpe | Custom H20

fbm211
Level 7
I just can't make up my mind. A ti has the cuda core advantage while the 6 GB SC version has more memory than I need. I've read quite a few reviews saying you would run out of horsepower before vram.lol
The evga site has it priced at 549.00 but of course its not in stock and new egg ran out already but their on amazon for 569.00.
Maximus VII Apex
Intel i7 10700k @ 5GHZ
Custom Water Cooling
Patriot Viper Steel 4400 17-17-17-36-300-2t
GeForce RTX 2080 Hydro Copper
WD Black NVMe 750 500g
Seasonic Focus GX-850
Lian LI O11D XL
Dell S3220DF Monitor
Vanatoo T 0s speaker system
ROG mouse
Audio Technica ATH-AD 2000x headphones
AE-9 Sound Blaster

Arne_Saknussemm
Level 40
If you are going for a 4K monitor now then the 6GB makes sense but if not get the Ti for sure...packs more of a punch...