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post #81 of 156
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Originally posted by Whiskerz

 

I love how everyone is arguing the 780 price but everyone seems to agree on the 770 price.

what.

 

Because we know what GTX 770 performance is going to be like (slightly faster than the GTX 680 depending on clocks) which puts a bound on the price.  GTX 780 is the big unknown.

post #82 of 156
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Depends how good Nvidia's yields are on GK110 chips.  Given that 28nm is very mature at this point and that they've been making GK110s for almost a year, it's quite possible that they have excellent yields now. If so, they may go for a crippling blow to AMD and release it at $500.  What price would AMD have to drop the 7970GE to if that were the case, given Nvidia's performance advantage and ability to charge higher prices?  Especially if AMD really doesn't have anything new coming this year?  A $400 GTX 770 that competed with the 7970GE would really put AMD in a bad spot.

And, the spoils go the victor. thumb.gif
This has been planned so well and executed so impeccably that I can only admire Nvidia for this. First get PCpers of the world to convince everyone that AMD CFX is a piece of you know what [boom, fist blow], keep reinforcing it through various forums [boom second blow], get ahead of any driver releases by AMD by introducing performance at affordable prices thereby taking away any excuse that anyone could have for not wanting an Nvidia card [boom, knockout punch].

Absolutely brilliant, I am in awe.

Since when did we stop celebrating capitalism? I hope never, as this is how it is supposed to work. thumb.gif
post #83 of 156
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Originally Posted by armando666 View Post

And, the spoils go the victor. thumb.gif
This has been planned so well and executed so impeccably that I can only admire Nvidia for this. First get PCpers of the world to convince everyone that AMD CFX is a piece of you know what [boom, fist blow], keep reinforcing it through various forums [boom second blow], get ahead of any driver releases by AMD by introducing performance at affordable prices thereby taking away any excuse that anyone could have for not wanting an Nvidia card [boom, knockout punch].

Absolutely brilliant, I am in awe.

Since when did we stop celebrating capitalism? I hope never, as this is how it is supposed to work. thumb.gif

I've been thinking the same thing. They have been killing it recently. It's been very impressive.
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What crap do Titan owners make up when they want to return their cards top where they bought it from simply because they are unhappy about the GTX780??

Sorry guys but unless there is something wrong with the card, and seeing as you've already opened and used the cards, what company will refund you?
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What crap do Titan owners make up when they want to return their cards top where they bought it from simply because they are unhappy about the GTX780??

Sorry guys but unless there is something wrong with the card, and seeing as you've already opened and used the cards, what company will refund you?
I want to know this as well ... xD
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My prediction has been $599 for a little while now. thumb.gif

$499 sounds too good to be true, but if it is.... eek.gif

780 - $499
770 - $399
760TI - $299

You stole my prediction! tongue.gif
post #87 of 156
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What crap do Titan owners make up when they want to return their cards top where they bought it from simply because they are unhappy about the GTX780??

Sorry guys but unless there is something wrong with the card, and seeing as you've already opened and used the cards, what company will refund you?

Lol.rolleyes.gif
 
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Depends how good Nvidia's yields are on GK110 chips.  Given that 28nm is very mature at this point and that they've been making GK110s for almost a year, it's quite possible that they have excellent yields now. If so, they may go for a crippling blow to AMD and release it at $500.  What price would AMD have to drop the 7970GE to if that were the case, given Nvidia's performance advantage and ability to charge higher prices?  Especially if AMD really doesn't have anything new coming this year?  A $400 GTX 770 that competed with the 7970GE would really put AMD in a bad spot.

I don't really see why? The 7970's are going for $400 now and will still be at least equal to if not faster than the 770's. AMD wouldn't really have to drop prices at all with their game bundles in mind...
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Aren't 7970GEs still closer to $450? I haven't checked in a while. But the real reason is that AMD just can't charge as much as Nvidia can. The 680 is outselling the 7970 even though the 7970 is faster and cheaper. That's why I think a $400 770 would be bad for AMD. They'd probably have to drop the price to $350 to maintain sales.
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

I don't really see why? The 7970's are going for $400 now and will still be at least equal to if not faster than the 770's. AMD wouldn't really have to drop prices at all with their game bundles in mind...

You keep forgetting about the perception that has been created by Nvpers of the world. I believe this is the word originally coined by you, and I have been plagiarizing it shamelessly. biggrin.gif
This perception has perpetuated itself into reality as far as new buyers are concerned. Given two cards of equal value, people will always pick the one that has not been tainted by this perception. If the 700 cards come out at such incredibly competitively prices, I am afraid it's game over for AMD, given its financial struggles. My guess is AMD will move onto consoles, apus, or whatever, and will allocate fewer and fewer resources to its discreet gpu division. Who knows
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