NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti with Core i7-3770K at ultra quality Benchmarks

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Title
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti
Price
$699
Release Year
2013
Series
GTX 780 TI
Maximum Temperature
84 C
Max Noise Level
52.3 dB
Minimum Power Supply
600W
Benchmark CPU
Intel Core i7-3770K @ 3.50GHz ($248.98)
Benchmark Quality Settings
Ultra Quality Settings
Average 1080p Performance
89.3 FPS
Average 1440p Performance
53.9 FPS
Average 4K Performance
32.3 FPS
Memory
6 GB
Overall (GPU+CPU+Settings) Score
39/100

Game Performance (FPS) at ultra quality settings

1920x1080

Year Game Frames Per Second
2018 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
20 FPS
2018 Battlefield V
39 FPS
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
48 FPS
2018 Final Fantasy XV
36 FPS
2018 Forza Horizon 4
59 FPS
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
31 FPS
2017 Assassin's Creed Origins
28 FPS
2017 Destiny 2
55 FPS
2017 Fortnite Battle Royale
84 FPS
2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
48 FPS
2016 Overwatch
130 FPS
2015 Grand Theft Auto V
56 FPS
2015 Total War: Attila
44.5 FPS
2014 Civilization: Beyond Earth
114.9 FPS
2014 Dragon Age: Inquisition
71.7 FPS
2014 Far Cry 4
71 FPS
2014 GRID Autosport
110 FPS
2014 Shadow of Mordor
82.7 FPS
2014 The Talos Principle
100.2 FPS
2014 Thief
88.3 FPS
2013 Battlefield 4
121.8 FPS
2013 Bioshock Infinite
153.4 FPS
2013 Company of Heroes 2
80.6 FPS
2013 Crysis 3
98.5 FPS
2013 GRID 2
215.5 FPS
2013 Metro: Last Light
94.6 FPS
2013 Total War: Rome 2
125.1 FPS
2011 Battlefield 3
151.5 FPS
2008 Crysis: Warhead
139.3 FPS

2560x1440

Year Game Frames Per Second
2018 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
16 FPS
2018 Battlefield V
27 FPS
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
33 FPS
2018 Final Fantasy XV
27 FPS
2018 Forza Horizon 4
49 FPS
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
21 FPS
2017 Assassin's Creed Origins
23 FPS
2017 Destiny 2
47 FPS
2017 Fortnite Battle Royale
55 FPS
2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
36 FPS
2016 Overwatch
90 FPS
2015 Grand Theft Auto V
38.9 FPS
2015 Total War: Attila
29.8 FPS
2014 Civilization: Beyond Earth
86.9 FPS
2014 Dragon Age: Inquisition
50.5 FPS
2014 Far Cry 4
48.4 FPS
2014 GRID Autosport
84.3 FPS
2014 Shadow of Mordor
59.4 FPS
2014 The Talos Principle
71.4 FPS
2014 Thief
51.5 FPS
2013 Battlefield 4
54.1 FPS
2013 Bioshock Infinite
81.5 FPS
2013 Company of Heroes 2
38.7 FPS
2013 Crysis 3
62.4 FPS
2013 GRID 2
90.7 FPS
2013 Metro: Last Light
65.6 FPS
2013 Total War: Rome 2
49.2 FPS
2011 Battlefield 3
78.3 FPS
2008 Crysis: Warhead
53.7 FPS

3840x2160

Year Game Frames Per Second
2018 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
11 FPS
2018 Battlefield V
16 FPS
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
18 FPS
2018 Final Fantasy XV
17 FPS
2018 Forza Horizon 4
33 FPS
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
11 FPS
2017 Assassin's Creed Origins
14 FPS
2017 Destiny 2
23 FPS
2017 Fortnite Battle Royale
29 FPS
2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
21 FPS
2016 Overwatch
46 FPS
2015 Grand Theft Auto V
31.7 FPS
2015 Total War: Attila
27.7 FPS
2014 Civilization: Beyond Earth
48.5 FPS
2014 Dragon Age: Inquisition
34.9 FPS
2014 Far Cry 4
26.4 FPS
2014 GRID Autosport
48 FPS
2014 Shadow of Mordor
37.5 FPS
2014 The Talos Principle
38.3 FPS
2014 Thief
41.1 FPS
2013 Battlefield 4
38.9 FPS
2013 Bioshock Infinite
51.5 FPS
2013 Crysis 3
29.5 FPS
2013 GRID 2
50 FPS
2013 Metro: Last Light
33.3 FPS
2013 Total War: Rome 2
42.4 FPS
2011 Battlefield 3
38.6 FPS
2008 Crysis: Warhead
48.5 FPS

Questions and Answers

  • Question: Hi, so the deal is plain and simple: gtx 780 ti vs 1060, paired with a 550w psu and an i5 8400. Which one and why?

    Answer: 1060 imo because in some games it slightly edges out the 780ti, and uses less power and is bit more efficient.

  • Question: I have a GTX 770 with a 10% core OC and a 20% Mem OC. I'm wanting to upgrade my graphics card but I don't know which to get. I can overclock the 780Ti Classified but the Gigabyte GTX1060 only has a 4+1 power phase so it has limited overclocking. Would the performance gained from a 1060 be worth spending the extra -80?

    6GB Gigabyte Windforce OC
    0
    3GB EVGA GTX780Ti Classified
    5-0

    Answer: I definitely would get the GTX1060 6GB

    (AMD RX-480 8GB is also worth considering. If you have a good CPU that's also a good choice. It's not quite as good for older titles but pulling ahead for newer so one isn't definitely better than the other.)

    1) POWER PHASES aren't directly related to overclocking.

    The GTX1060 and newer GPU's are running close to their maximum already which is why there's little overclocking left.

    2) 3GB is not enough for some games currently to prevent stutter, and that's only going to get worse as many newer games are VRAM hungry. Proven with the GTX1060 3GB card vs underclocked GTX1060 6GB.

    3) Performance: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1060/26.html

    The GTX780Ti if it overclocks well will close the gap, but again I don't recommend it due to VRAM.

    Also, the newer cards are much quieter and even can disable the fans. In addition, is that USED? If so, if it fails you are SOL.

    4) No mention of CPU as well. If it's relatively weak it will bottleneck (but it varies by the game).

    5) *You can expect about 2x the FPS in games with GTX1060 6GB vs your GTX770.

    6) You can still TWEAK a GTX1060 but it's more complicated. On my GTX1080 I did THIS:
    a) 5% overclock on my FTW card, then
    b) used EVGA Precision and clicked "MANUAL" for the frequency/voltage graph. This takes several minutes but will optimize the voltage for each of the frequency points to minimize the heat and thus reduce throttling due to temperature.

    So I gained 10% or so in some games but it varies as to whether the game is even running at the throttle point.

  • Question: Hi guys..

    I'm planning to change my VGA card. Which one is good guys, GTX 780 Ti or GTX 1060 6GB? I'm using C4D, 3ds max, sketchup and vray for rendering.

    Thanks a lot if you can help me out

    Cheers

    Answer: Go for the GTX 1060, it not only has double the VRAM of that the GTX 780 Ti's, but it's got driver support, which means better performance in rendering. Also, don't ever go for the GTX 690, it's (or was) VERY expensive for absolutely no reason. (Unless if you've mistaken it for the GTX 960)

  • Question: So I want to get a 1060 for a completely updated gaming rig (1080p), but I've read the comparisons of the 780 Ti and MSI 1060 and it seems like the 780 Ti is at the same, or even slightly better at performance than the 1060. Is this actually true, and should I keep the 780 to save money, or is there some other factor like updated hardware and things of the sort that would give the 1060 some sort of performance edge over the 780 Ti? I'll place some benching results from GPUBoss and UserBenchmark:

    http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-780-Ti-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1060-6GB/2165vs3639

    http://gpuboss.com/gpus/GeForce-GTX-780-Ti-vs-GeForce-GTX-1060

    Thanks for the help in advance :).

    Answer: If you already have a 780 ti, its not a huge upgrade.

    I had a regular 780 and upgraded to the 1060 and it was a good upgrade.

  • Question: Hey guys,

    I'm in a situation where I can essentially swap out a 780 TI 3GB to a 1060 3GB at no cost if I sell the 780 TI. I know the 1060 is a gimped version of the 6GB card, but when comparing to a 780 TI 3GB would this be a good upgrade?

    I remember reading somewhere that a GTX 1060 should be equal to a GTX 980. The 780 TI being lower than a GTX 980 probably means it's a good upgrade especially when considering the lower power requirements.

    The only thing is, benchmarks and performance for the GTX 1060 3GB mini versions are very hard to find. Especially those comparing it to a 780 TI in real world frame rates.

    Does anyone have these cards and put them through their benchmarks? Or know of some articles showing which is better?

    Thanks.

    Answer: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1060/26.html
    780 ti offers ~ 85% of the performance of a 1060 6GB. Given the reduced performance of the 3GB version, it probably won't give more than a 10% performance boost. Not worth it in my opinion, unless you're getting the 1060 for a really good deal or a trade for your 780 ti.

    Edit: oops, didn't read the OP well enough. If you can exchange your 780 Ti for a 1060 at no cost, that's a good deal.

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GTX 780 TI Specifications

Board Design

Board NumberP2083 SKU 30
Length10.5 inches 267 mm
Outputs2x DVI1x HDMI1x DisplayPort
Power Connectors1x 6-pin + 1x 8-pin
Slot WidthDual-slot
TDP250 W

Clock Speeds

Boost Clock928 MHz
GPU Clock875 MHz
Memory Clock1753 MHz 7012 MHz effective

Graphics Card

Bus InterfacePCIe 3.0 x16
GenerationGeForce 700
Launch Price699 USD
ProductionEnd-of-life
Release DateNov 7th, 2013

Graphics Features

CUDA3.5
DirectX12.0 (11_1)
OpenCL1.2
OpenGL4.6
Shader Model5.1
Vulkan1.1.82

Graphics Processor

ArchitectureKepler
Die Size561 mm²
GPU NameGK110B
GPU VariantGK110-425-B1
Process Size28 nm
Transistors7,080 million

Memory

Bandwidth336.6 GB/s
Memory Bus384 bit
Memory Size6144 MB
Memory TypeGDDR5

Render Config

ROPs48
SMX Count15
Shading Units2880
TMUs240

Theoretical Performance

FP32 (float) performance5,345 GFLOPS
FP64 (double) performance222.7 GFLOPS (1:24)
Pixel Rate55.68 GPixel/s
Texture Rate222.7 GTexel/s