A gamer simply can’t have enough graphics power in his rig, which makes the question whether to upgrade or not omnipresent. To show you whether it makes sense to upgrade from one generation to another we have this series of articles ready for you, where will compare graphics cards from different generations. Today we’re going to investigate if upgrading from a NVIDIA GTX 780 Ti to a GTX 980 Ti makes sense or not.
We’re finally back with our “Should I upgrade?” articles. Compared to the old articles we’ve reworked our template and you might have noticed that the navigation is not structured by games anymore but by resolutions. We’re testing the three most important resolutions 1080p, 1440p and UHD all at high-details, which is going to put massive load on the GPUs, especially in the case of UHD. Like in the past, we’ll also have a look at power consumption, noise levels and temperatures of the particular cards. Last but not least you’ll find our conclusion on whether we’d recommend an upgrade or not on the last page. We’ve decided to keep that part pretty short, since the test results on the previous pages are speaking for themselves.