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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

high end Nvidia and ATI cards will likely flood the used market when titans come out, but I don't expect a price drop for used cards.

This is likely to be the case. I can't see the high end cards dropping in price when the Titan is rumored to be in the $1000 range. I'll be keeping my eyes open for used cards though none the less. thumb.gif
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post #12 of 19
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Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

Wait till the price comes out on the Titan.

From the leaked performance benchmarks I think the Titan will have to be priced around $500 to compete well and at that price I don't see a strong reason for other cards to drop much in price in the near future.

I doubt it will be as low as 500 dollars, even the gtx 680s were more than 500 dollars. I think it will be priced somewhere of 800-900 dollars..thinking.gif

I dont know if they can charge $1000 dollars for this card, because then people would just buy a gtx690 for that much...
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post #13 of 19
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I doubt it will be as low as 500 dollars, even the gtx 680s were more than 500 dollars. I think it will be priced somewhere of 800-900 dollars..thinking.gif

I dont know if they can charge $1000 dollars for this card, because then people would just buy a gtx690 for that much...
but it's a single GPU, rather than a double GPU card. I'd just run two or three 7950s, personally.

Also, you can't run quad GTX 690s. tongue.gif
post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

but it's a single GPU, rather than a double GPU card. I'd just run two or three 7950s, personally.

Also, you can't run quad GTX 690s. tongue.gif


2 x HD 7950 in crossfire will beat up on single Titan no problem on games/applications that scale well for multiple gpu.


I'd rather have a single GPU that is smaller, cooler that offers about 80% performance of crossfire HD7950. From what benchmarks I have seen that may be off and based on rumored specs of this card I am going to guess that Titan is going to be around %25 more powerful than a HD7970.


I have yet to see the card but I am hoping that it is smaller pcb than HD7970 and more power efficient.


Priced about 25% more than the HD7970 makes it a smart choice to buy over HD7970.



The big thing about Titan pver GTX 6XX cards that I think is going to help its performance is the 384bit memory interface on the BUS.
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2 x HD 7950 in crossfire will beat up on single Titan no problem on games/applications that scale well for multiple gpu.


I'd rather have a single GPU that is smaller, cooler that offers about 80% performance of crossfire HD7950. From what benchmarks I have seen that may be off and based on rumored specs of this card I am going to guess that Titan is going to be around %25 more powerful than a HD7970.
But you could buy 3 7950s for the price of the titan.
post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

But you could buy 3 7950s for the price of the titan.


All pricing at this point is rumors.

I think at 25% performance improvement over HD7970 Titan for $500 will be a fair price. Also I am taking into account maximum performance of each card when over clocked.
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post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by SonDa5 View Post

All pricing at this point is rumors.

I think at 25% performance improvement over HD7970 Titan for $500 will be a fair price. Also I am taking into account maximum performance of each card when over clocked.
Well, if it's $1000, and 7950s are $300, you could get 3. If it is the rumored 80% of the 690 performance, it will probably cost $1000. If it is something like 25% faster than the 680, it will probably cost $600-$800. Hard to tell where it will be priced.
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post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by XAslanX View Post

7950 for $250 right here http://www.overclock.net/t/1361350/xfx-hd7950-double-d-with-warranty/0_100
Used doesn't count.
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