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post #561 of 1081
Bunch of high school kids on this forum, really?? Those are just people who are not completely aware of some marketing techniques/


PS: $1200 880 is a sweet spot.
post #562 of 1081
I wish I had had the kind of money I've spent on this rig when I was back in HS! tongue.gif
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Look what NV did with the Titan, they were able to price the card @ 1k and they are still selling like hotcakes due to AMD not releasing anything. Same goes for the 7XX series, unless AMD pulls a rabbit we will not see lower pricing on these next gen cards.

titan is not going to dictate the price the 780 in anyway, there is no reason for it to

everyone sat there saying Nvidia are going to charge 'X' amount and then there reason being because they can are just being idiots and not thinking it through, NO company will ever charge a price because they can

if the 780 is really $700 then it will because the card is within 10% of titan in both gaming and computing, the only thing missing is some cores and some ram


if on the other hand the 780's computing power is close to that of the 680 but gaming is close to titan then it will be $600

you have to remember that titan is branded as a supercomputer card for the masses nvidia is not going to ruin that by putting the 780's price too close to it


that's my 2 cents on it anyway
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600$=550$
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I'm not even going to use Titan cost as a reference point any more.

I'm simply looking at the proof of a price from someone who stated distribution price in this thread. He said $699 and $640. There's also a store who has the EVGA 780 set at $719.

That's enough proof for me to use logical thinking that the 780 will range from $600-700 at most major retailers. Doubtful that it will be cheaper than that.
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Theres also the chinese store and the zotac for 499/599 respectively
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Originally Posted by Mr. Strawberry View Post

titan is not going to dictate the price the 780 in anyway, there is no reason for it to

everyone sat there saying Nvidia are going to charge 'X' amount and then there reason being because they can are just being idiots and not thinking it through, NO company will ever charge a price because they can

if the 780 is really $700 then it will because the card is within 10% of titan in both gaming and computing, the only thing missing is some cores and some ram


if on the other hand the 780's computing power is close to that of the 680 but gaming is close to titan then it will be $600

you have to remember that titan is branded as a supercomputer card for the masses nvidia is not going to ruin that by putting the 780's price too close to it


that's my 2 cents on it anyway

Agreed but I doubt the 770 is going to sell at anything less than $500 and if the 780 does indeed launch at $600 or less Titan will be toast. Their will be no need to spend that extra $400 for only a 10-15% increase in performance (unless they drop the price of Titan to around $850). I mean we HAVE to take Titan into consideration at this point in time since it is the current cash cow for NV.
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The reasoning skills are lacking on this forum.

Who knew that a bunch of high school kids or young guys in their 20s could dictate the price of a video card so much.

It's like "OMG! Upcoming card is faster, therefore it must be more expensive!" rolleyes.gif

Well if that's the case guys I can't wait for a $1200 880 and a $2400 dual-gpu 890. How about a $1500 980 and a $3000 990?

It just has to be priced like this, it's faster after all rolleyes.gif


Well, seems your reasoning skill is also lacking.
We don't dictate prices, we just assume the pricing. It is Nvidia that is dictating the prices.

We also think that the price should be at 500$ - 650$, it just that AMD didn't made any graphic cards to compete with Nvidia.
So that they would price it at lower price, so at the current moment the GTX 7xx series is a lone wolf, without any competition to downgrade the price.

Therefore if the price of Titan won't come down, then assume that if GTX 780 is only little worse than Titan, it would cost around 700$, since there is no need for Nvidia to downgrade the pricing.
Because there is no one that is competing with them on GPU market, that's the problem.

So please, Old man (sine I'm high school kid for you), get your reasoning straight.
We don't want high prices, but we are forced.


and I need a new GPU, I'm running at GTX 320, so yeah.
I'm forced to pay that price, by both Nvidia and AMD.
Edited by KsnNwk - 5/20/13 at 1:30pm
post #569 of 1081
Titan still will be the go to card for ski or high res users and devs. This is like the 670/680 launch
post #570 of 1081
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Originally Posted by Mr. Strawberry View Post

titan is not going to dictate the price the 780 in anyway, there is no reason for it to

everyone sat there saying Nvidia are going to charge 'X' amount and then there reason being because they can are just being idiots and not thinking it through, NO company will ever charge a price because they can

if the 780 is really $700 then it will because the card is within 10% of titan in both gaming and computing, the only thing missing is some cores and some ram


if on the other hand the 780's computing power is close to that of the 680 but gaming is close to titan then it will be $600

you have to remember that titan is branded as a supercomputer card for the masses nvidia is not going to ruin that by putting the 780's price too close to it


that's my 2 cents on it anyway


Titan is going to be the measurement point, because it sold in big numbers, and because there is no competition for GTX 7xx series, from AMD side.
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