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Like i said there was a demand for more powerful gpu's back then to handle the latest games. The current 7970 or 680 do this job with ease.

Please come back once retail prices are given and prove me wrong. $900 for a single gpu in todays market is crazy. 670 sli would be cheaper and faster

maybe you are underestimating upcoming games like Crysis 3 and Metro Last Light . the developers at crytek have said Crysis 3 is a GPU killer

http://www.vg247.com/2012/08/16/crysis-3-dev-team-promise-to-melt-down-pcs/

and don't you see the coincidence with crysis 3 launch scheduled for Feb 19th

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crysis_3

Nvidia knows its needs a graphics behemoth PC title to sell the GTX 780 and has smartly chosen a late feb date. as for the price being true or not this entire thread is just discussing the sweclockers based information. so lets wait and see. thumb.gif
Edited by raghu78 - 1/21/13 at 11:40am
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I never said that... I posted some of the original greenlight articles and was very upset. I really don't think it's a good thing we don't get software overvoltage, just saying that the nanny state argument doesn't really work there.

Nvidia is the nanny state deciding that we had too much freedom with Fermi. Jeez are you guys really that thick?

My point is that I'm pissed because I want to go back to Nvidia this round but they are doing everything they can to dissuade me from doing so. No voltage control? No non-reference boards? $900 price tag? No thanks, I'd rather get a couple of 680 Lightnings and be done with it...
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If there is no non-reference boards I'll probably get an AMD lightning (or if Gigabyte put out a WF3 version with 8 phase IR3550 PWM) for my next GPU, definitely do not want to hear a reference blower card and voltage lock would just be more salt on the wound.
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I'm buying AMD this time, bring the 8970 on, the gk110 is going to be overpriced for sure, no thx!
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What it really will depend on is if AMD follows Nvidia down this awful voltage-locked path. I just don't get why they had to make such a paradigm shift from Fermi/Cayman? Those cards were a pleasure to OC...
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What it really will depend on is if AMD follows Nvidia down this awful voltage-locked path. I just don't get why they had to make such a paradigm shift from Fermi/Cayman? Those cards were a pleasure to OC...

I am sure the 570/590 RMA cost might have something to do with it, the reference PCB/VRM design on those cards were definitely not up to par. I recall review sites setting 590 on fire & 570 owner threads titled "Have you killed your 570 yet?".
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maybe you are underestimating upcoming games like Crysis 3 and Metro Last Light . the developers are crytek have said Crysis 3 is a GPU killer

http://www.vg247.com/2012/08/16/crysis-3-dev-team-promise-to-melt-down-pcs/

and don't you see the coincidence with crysis 3 launch scheduled for Feb 19th

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crysis_3

Nvidia knows its needs a graphics behemoth PC title to sell the GTX 780 and has smartly chosen a late feb date. as for the price being true or not this entire thread is just discussing the sweclockers based information. so lets wait and see. thumb.gif

I'm not under estimating future game titles at all. hardware is 3 steps ahead of current gaming software which simply was not the case back in 2008. With 780 release we are likely to see 680/670 price drops which further strengthen my point. If you can go and buy two 670's / 680's or three to four 7950's which will perform better for the price of a 780 why would anyone with two brain cells buy the 780. If your in business you would understand this. $650 is more reasonable. But yes let's wait and see,

The same rumors spread about the 680 pricing as well and i remember having the same discussion back then
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maybe you are underestimating upcoming games like Crysis 3 and Metro Last Light . the developers are crytek have said Crysis 3 is a GPU killer

http://www.vg247.com/2012/08/16/crysis-3-dev-team-promise-to-melt-down-pcs/

and don't you see the coincidence with crysis 3 launch scheduled for Feb 19th

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crysis_3

Nvidia knows its needs a graphics behemoth PC title to sell the GTX 780 and has smartly chosen a late feb date. as for the price being true or not this entire thread is just discussing the sweclockers based information. so lets wait and see. thumb.gif

Great post. I love when people say I max out BF3 etc. with my single 680 or whatever. They are living in the past of 1920x1080 60hz gaming. It may be the most popular setup but its likely because its by far the cheapest. Times have changed. Enthusiast gaming today is eyefinity resolutions/2560 or 120hz. If your not running one of these display types then your living in the past. Sli gpu's is very much needed to enjoy these display types correctly. The new top tier cards (Titan) are for true enthusiast wanting to play on enthusiast display types. Not some barbaric 1080/1200 60hz single display.
 
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Nvidia is the nanny state deciding that we had too much freedom with Fermi. Jeez are you guys really that thick?

My point is that I'm pissed because I want to go back to Nvidia this round but they are doing everything they can to dissuade me from doing so. No voltage control? No non-reference boards? $900 price tag? No thanks, I'd rather get a couple of 680 Lightnings and be done with it...

Obviously we're thick enough to not assume that it'll be $900 or have locked voltages.
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Could be although that was Nvidia's fault. The 580's were nearly indestructible and great OCers. This is going to be a $900 flagship card after all, you'd think they could let us have something for our money???
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Obviously we're thick enough to not assume that it'll be $900 or have locked voltages.

Can only assume what I've read. Besides, pretty sure they're not going back on their Greenlight program already. Wish they would but I'm not holding my breath...
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