Can't say I agree with that reasoning.
The 7990 (at least the ones out there) performs like two 7970s Ghz Edition in Crossfire, so with good CAP drivers, it performs about 20-35% faster than the Titan.7990 is like titan level card and two of them is way way more than ps4. We are talking like ATLEAST 8xPS4 powah!
The reason why Titan is so expensive is because is a single core GPU, which makes it better for out of the box gaming (Crossfire and Sli can take a while to have proper drivers) and suffers much less from microstuttering and screen tearing than multi GPU setups. Also it takes much less power which makes it more prone to upgrade to SLI later on.
Then again, that's brute force we're talking about. They can do a lot of tricks, like limiting framerate to 60fps, dynamic AA, etc, that could make the game look very similar con the console.
Nvidia says the PS4 comes underpowered but that's not fair to say because PC Gaming has taken a huge step in terms of pricing compared to what it was back in PS3 times.
I do foresee though a much more interesting PC generation this time around. "PC Gaming is dead" will not happen this generation. I see PC Gaming having a very healthy future.
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I'm not sure if anyone has actually asked. I look at things this way: Making a game poorly/un-playable at Max Setting for the Most Powerful Card in the market would be simply stupid. Common sense tells me they're aiming at a 7990 for the game Maxed out.
We wont see videocards with the power of two 7990s for about 3 years probably... and by then, BF5 should be out already.
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