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I've been sticking to my $650 guess for a while now. Seems like it might be pretty close.
seems more likely every day...
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I've been sticking to my $650 guess for a while now. Seems like it might be pretty close.

~85% of cores brings it down to $850, then subtract $100 for half the VRAM, then knock off $50 to $100 of the Titan premium pricing and yeah, $650-700 seems logical from the corporate point of view.

I was calling $750-800 when it was being rumored as Titan LE, but with the x80 numbering I'm thinking they will have to bring it further down to not incite the horde (as much, lol).
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For God's sake guys if it really is just 4FPS slower than a $1000 Titan what on earth makes you possibly believe Nvidia will price it at $500??? Common sense people... rolleyes.gif
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~85% of cores brings it down to $850, then subtract $100 for half the VRAM, then knock off $50 to $100 of the Titan premium pricing and yeah, $650-700 seems logical from the corporate point of view.

I was calling $750-800 when it was being rumored as Titan LE, but with the x80 numbering I'm thinking they will have to bring it further down to not incite the horde (as much, lol).
Pretty true but the fact that they locked 2SMX units makes it another -200 in the eyes of most people even though it kept the bus width and the ROP's.
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Uhoh....


http://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/EVGA-GeForce-GTX770-Graphics-Card/21404057/
http://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/EVGA-GeForce-GTX780-Graphics-Card/21404060/

Both show GPU Boost 2.0 confirmation.

But this is the uhoh part... Found this too... http://www.shopblt.com/cgi-bin/shop/shop.cgi?action=thispage&thispage=011004001504_BRR3868P.shtml&order_id=!ORDERID! and http://www.shopblt.com/cgi-bin/shop/shop.cgi?action=thispage&thispage=011004001504_BRR3869P.shtml&order_id=!ORDERID!

One is normal clock, one is superclock, both claim a $719.12 USD price tag. For reference their GTX Titan SC is listed at ~$1055 http://www.shopblt.com/item/evga-06g-p4-2791-kr-geforce-gtx-titan-superclocked/u086_06gp42791kr.html . Hopefully it isn't really $649-699 MSRP frown.gif. Their products look to have a markup of around 5% typically. So at best I think if the price is for the SC on both, we are looking at 599-649. eek.gif
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the fact that both the regular version and overclocked version is the exact same price makes me think that is just a place holder price
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the fact that both the regular version and overclocked version is the exact same price makes me think that is just a place holder price

Yep, down to the penny even.
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Yep, down to the penny even.

719$-overpriced SC edition.
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I wouldn't put faith in any online prices until Nvidia announces. I just can't believe there are so many people on here that have deluded themselves into believing that the 780 is going to cost $500! I've said $599 all along but seeing the finalized performance and the massive success that Titan has been at $1k, I'd guess they will charge $699 for the 780. Could be wrong but its definitely NOT going to be $500...
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Pretty true but the fact that they locked 2SMX units makes it another -200 in the eyes of most people even though it kept the bus width and the ROP's.

Cores, SMX, what have ye. wink.gif 12/14ths is 85.7% no matter the unit of measure being used. So for people to consider each SMX worth $100 apiece, that'd make Titan $1400 and 780 $1200. eek.gif
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Most people don't look at cores, ROPs, SMX or even GPU designations when judging a video card. They look at performance. If the 780 is only 10% slower than a $1k TItan they are not going to expect to get it for half the price. At least I wouldn't. Now you can argue that TItan shouldn't have been $1k til you're blue in the face but the fact remains that it is and Nvidia could just go ahead and assume they're never going to sell another one if they price the 780 that much less...
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