While out at AMD's tech days in Hawaii, a number of folks were chit-chatting about recent developments and some of our peers felt compelled to mention how "terrified" NVIDIA was of AMD Hawaii GPU. They said that AMD caught NVIDIA off guard, and that they wouldn't have any real answer until well into 2014. We sat back and listened to all the chatter and wondered how these things could be said with such conviction. Quite frankly, it just didn't make any sense to us. NVIDIA's had the GK110 GPU that powers the GeForce GTX Titan, 780, and now the 780 Ti done for ages, and prior to today, the GPU's full capabilities hadn't been available on a consumer GPU. Remember, the GK110 used on the GTX Titan has one of its SMXes disabled.
Anyway, to think NVIDIA didn't have something up their virtual sleeve seemed outlandish to us, and wouldn't you know it, a couple of weeks removed from AMD's launch and what do we have? A new flagship from NVIDIA that's ready action-The GeForce GTX 780 Ti. Take a look...
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