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you said it for me, Steam survey....
so that is taken with a grain of salt.

As it should be.

It's still somewhat useful data, as the only bias to work around is figuring out how much more/less likely someone who spends $150 on a video card is to be on Steam, as compared to a $450 card. Of course that's the real trick, isn't it?
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If the 770 is a rebadged 680 & is rumored to be around 400$, wouldn't the 690 drop in price as well to around the 800$ mark?
Or would they stop production on it?
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If the 770 is a rebadged 680 & is rumored to be around 400$, wouldn't the 690 drop in price as well to around the 800$ mark?
Or would they stop production on it?

I highly doubt the price is dropping, its only kepler dual GPU card. Also knowing nvidia, it just doesnt make any sense.
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If the 770 is a rebadged 680 & is rumored to be around 400$, wouldn't the 690 drop in price as well to around the 800$ mark?
Or would they stop production on it?

I don't see NVIDIA dropping the price of the 690 as long as the 7990 is the same price ($999), as that could unintentionally send a signal of perceived weakness to the market.

However, I could see NVIDIA phasing it out and making a 790 consisting of two 770s at the same MSRP. While it goes against tradition to make a dual-CPU card with only the 2nd-best chip in the current line, I really don't think that NVIDIA could make a GK110-based 790 while keeping its TDP and power requirements manageable.
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I don't see NVIDIA dropping the price of the 690 as long as the 7990 is the same price ($999), as that could unintentionally send a signal of perceived weakness to the market.

However, I could see NVIDIA phasing it out and making a 790 consisting of two 770s at the same MSRP. While it goes against tradition to make a dual-CPU card with only the 2nd-best chip in the current line, I really don't think that NVIDIA could make a GK110-based 790 while keeping its TDP and power requirements manageable.

They could do it in the same way they did the 590, clock it into the ground, but I agree that if they bother with a 790 (or more accurately a dual GPU board) that it will be with GK104.
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Thank you for info! Lets hope 780 performs as well as titan on an asic level.

More interesting discussion: Will there be a day 1 driver for 780 and how many will Nvidia release in the 1 month(4-5)?
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They could do it in the same way they did the 590, clock it into the ground, but I agree that if they bother with a 790 (or more accurately a dual GPU board) that it will be with GK104.

Titan GX2 and with a 1999 dollars / euro price tag biggrin.gif
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Will some of you quit saying that the 780 should be _____ [insert unreasonable price]

No, it shouldn't be $799, or $699, $599, or even $499. It should be the cheapest it can god damn get.

By making estimates, what you're really doing is indirectly supporting high prices.

Nvidia determines pricing based on what they think consumers will pay. If you get a ton of nerds saying they'll buy it if it's ___ price, then they know what they can price it at.

Don't give them any help.
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I think it should be $699 based on Titan's success and performance. Makes good business sense to me...
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