Summary: Now this is a real horsepower graphics card. I do video editing and rendering is always a very slow process; not any more! Parrell processing is the key. NVIDEA uses CUDA technology. Highly recommend this card. Runs about $700 but if your a serious video editor it is worth it.
Summary: The tradeoff is that it uses 2 1/2 slots. A vga/dvi adapter is included, but the power adapter is not. The card has two 8 pin pci-e power connectors (not 8 and 6 pin as listed on the box and specs.
Summary: So beast! They have the wrong picture up though, this card does not have the reference cooler it has a giant fan in the middle that spins in a different direction than the smaller outside fans reducing noise and increasing stability. Overclocks great after stock OC +125mhz and +200mhz memory clock. I had the 780 OC for about two weeks before I returned/upgraded and this card is on another level! EDIT: Picture is now correct.
Summary: just a slight difference between my 8800GTX, which is still running folding at home. great card. i cant really comment too much because i had such a big leap from a card that lasted me 8 years and counting. i dont understand why people are not buying these more than evga. they dont even have lifetime warranty like pny. besides if you compare the same card across multiple manufactures ... you will see they are identical.
Summary: I am playing bf3, bf4, titanfall, assassins creed black flag. it is an expensive card. the performance is there. r9 290x was the same price as the 780ti and r9 290 price was 50$ cheaper. the 780ti was my first high end nvidia card. i may buy another one if the price is much less. i registered it online for their warranty. no problems installing the card and updating the drivers was easy too.