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post #501 of 1081
600 EUro- with 20% VAT included. This tax does not apply in the US. 20% off of 600=500$.

Spanish retailer sells for 600Euro and US big retailer at 700$, nice job guys...
post #502 of 1081
They may still be $600, I dunno? They just aren't going to be $500. I mean I hope I'm wrong, it would be awesome for current 680/7970 owners if they were $500 but I just don't see any incentive for Nvidia to do that...
post #503 of 1081
There is absolutely no way that 780 sells out in volume at $700. People who were in the market for a high priced card are already tapped out with the Titan. Anyone waiting for a $700 card , probably has already spent $1k for the Titan. There is no market for a $700 card at this point. If it appears that it is selling out, it would be because not many were produced.
However, that would not make any sense. The Titan owners have already spent their money, why in the world would Nvidia care about what the Titan owners think, as we are not the future potential customers for the 780. rolleyes.gif
post #504 of 1081
I'm sure with the limited supply, they will sell out, but if it really is $700 and they don't lower the price, once stock replenishes they won't sell nearly as many as they would if it was $500-$550 or even $600
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In 3 days the suspense will come to an end. These cards will be gone in only a couple of hours if they price them at least $100 less then the titan.
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Yup and all those people that dont buy and are on the edge will flip when they hear about the amd 9000 series
post #507 of 1081
If the 9xxx series is 20nm. If its just a 28nm refresh it won't likely be as fast as the 780 (though it may be). At any rate, we won't see anything from AMD until the end of the year unfortunately...
post #508 of 1081
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Yup and all those people that dont buy and are on the edge will flip when they hear about the amd 9000 series

http://semiaccurate.com/2013/05/20/amds-volcanic-islands-architecture/
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You might have noticed that this “scoop” did not appear on SemiAccurate’s front page, but it did appear in our forums in the fall of 2012. The person who made the image was SemiAccurate’s own Leo Yim, and he made it then and posted it to illustrate a discussion he was having last fall.

We asked him about it and his response was one of surprise more than anything else. “I thought I made myself clear that I was just illustrating a point in transistor scaling from 28 nm to 20 nm when I first posted the image on the forums: http://www.semiaccurate.com/forums/showpost.php?p=168728&postcount=7″

So what we have is an illustration to go with a forum post from last fall that was discovered by tech sites. These technology “news” sites all appear to have taken an image from a random Flicker site, now pulled to avoid more stupidity, that was not claimed to be real by the author, not meant to look like an official AMD slide in any way, and explicitly posted under the authors handle on our forums and turned it into their own “news”.
 
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There is absolutely no way that 780 sells out in volume at $700. People who were in the market for a high priced card are already tapped out with the Titan. Anyone waiting for a $700 card , probably has already spent $1k for the Titan. There is no market for a $700 card at this point. If it appears that it is selling out, it would be because not many were produced.
However, that would not make any sense. The Titan owners have already spent their money, why in the world would Nvidia care about what the Titan owners think, as we are not the future potential customers for the 780. rolleyes.gif

It is not like Nvidia is going to stop making Titans once the 780 is realeased. Nvidia does not care about current Titan owners, but what about potential Titan owners? $599 minimum for the 780... mark my words.
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post #510 of 1081
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Yup and all those people that dont buy and are on the edge will flip when they hear about the amd 9000 series

Stop it bro, we know our prices. Take a step from a 400$ gtx 770. Do not argue with others cause it is pointless. We will find out in 2 days. You better be looking for some benches which are till this say lack on web.

Alatar, I cant open the link.

Plus AMD is off to spread the rumors about 20nnm or do you really think Nvidia would have launched 28nm if this is true...
Edited by Regent Square - 5/20/13 at 11:00am
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