They also support exactly what I said (actually, less than what I said), a modest 10-15% improvement or less, and yes, in some games the Titan is still faster, most sites are already also stating that the older gen (980 Ti and Titan) are easier to push further with overclocking, narrowing that gap even further.
Bleufire wrote in post #18072446
Let's be honest, 4K gaming is still a couple of years away at a comfortable 60+ FPS. 1080 would be ideal but still I wouldn't put money for 4K gaming yet with this generation of cards. Yeah, you could always go to "High" or "Medium" to hit those marks but that isn't the point. 4K is still that taxing on GPUs.
And before people say "Well SLI 1080 gets well over 70-80 FPS" lets get real, how many everyday people are really going to be spending ~$1600, in just GPUs alone, to hit that kind of performance for gaming?
Depends on what games we're talking. My mildly overclocked refference 980 Ti can run Battlefield Hardline with all settings on Ultra with HBAO on and MSAA off (because it isn't needed with 4K) and get 60FPS constant. I can also run the Witcher 3 with most settings on ultra and get 60 FPS in most areas (large cities still drop the FPS into the high 40's or low 50's), but it has zero issues running pretty much everything at 1440/60p, which scales much better on a 4K display than 1080p does.