Originally Posted by maneil99
Not sure how someone could think nvidia would release it for 700$. By those standards
the 670 should have been 475$ or more. It was the exact same situation. Top of the line card out of stock selling well, they release a cut down version that was essentially the same card but disabled for 150$ cheaper, same vram,
The GTX 670 had competition at the time. It was the HD 7950.
It is a totally different scenario that the market is living right now. It is called lack of competition.
My initial guess is 650$ - 700$. If someone think its too expensive for a cut down Titan, they will whether get a GTX 770 or GTX Titan. Nvidia has no choice but to win. The Titan and GTX 780 PCBs are identical (almost), its not 3GB Vram that will cut down a 1000$ (Titan) price tag to 549$ (780).
But I guess only time will answer our assumptions. (we have to wait a couple of days( or hours))