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post #821 of 1081
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Originally posted by Maiky

 

Dude the 780 is not going to cost $500.

If this were to happen then most likely NV would have to take a hit by reducing their current line up by over 20/30%.

And people said the exact same thing about the GTX 680.  Everyone needs to stop acting like they have some kind of special knowledge on this subject.  Until Thursday (or an early leak) no one knows what the price is going to be. 

 

But I'm still in for $549.

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And people said the exact same thing about the GTX 680.  Everyone needs to stop acting like they have some kind of special knowledge on this subject.  Until Thursday (or an early leak) no one knows what the price is going to be. 

But I'm still in for $549.

Lets hope you are right
post #823 of 1081
I predict $500-550 for the 770 and $600-650 for the 780 biggrin.gif

im hoping I am wrong of course, and I am also hoping AMD can counter with something down the road so we can get better deals..
post #824 of 1081
I wouldn't be surprise if gtx 780 is 20-30% faster than gtx 680 and $500 price tag.
gtx 680 will probably sell it for $299 after promo code or something lol.
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I predict $500-550 for the 770 and $600-650 for the 780 biggrin.gif

im hoping I am wrong of course, and I am also hoping AMD can counter with something down the road so we can get better deals..
Who needs a counter, when you have domination. (that is if that 20nm part really comes out in q4.
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Originally Posted by Maiky View Post

I predict $500-550 for the 770 and $600-650 for the 780

The 770 is only 10% faster than a 680 - why would they price it 25% more?  Who would buy it at that price?

 

Likewise for the 780.  It is still competing with the 7970GE, who is going to pay 50% more for 25% better performance?  Forget comparisons to the Titan - that was designed and marketed as an exclusive, extravagant card made to appeal to the people who just have to have the absolute fastest thing available.  The GTX 780 doesn't fit any of those.  It is a mainstream (by enthusiast standards) part that will have a mainstream price.  Something in the range of $499 (what history says it should cost) to $599 (the no competition, pay x% more for x% better performance, price).

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I predict $500-550 for the 770

2GB card, rebranded GK104 in 2013 for $500-550? rolleyes.gif
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500$ and im in ...550$ i will maybe do it.....more than that ??? consoles here i come!

im sick of having to spend so much money for pc gaming! i need a different hobby! biggrin.gif
    
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Only people complaining are the ones who cant afford it
There's really nothing stopping me (or quite a few people here) from blowing $2000 on SLI Titans. Seriously, there isn't. Things get even funnier when some people say "lol u only hav 660 Ti, u could never afford a good card", as if they're judging my salary+savings by looking at sig rig LOL doh.gif

But I care about my money and I care about what I spend it on, I try to save it where I can and I try to find a sense of logic/reasoning when it comes to the performance I'm getting for the price. All previous GTX_80 cards have been flagships, but nevertheless highly affordable and justifiable for the performance they have given. Prices have come down a LOT over the last few years, I don't have to remind people what the 8800GTX's and GTX280's cost on release.

So if GTX780 comes along and says "ok, now pay $200 more for roughly the same performance increase as previous cards", it's a violation to the boundaries of logic/reasoning. That's what is making a lot of people angry (or at least concerned) and hesitant to spend their money.
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There's really nothing stopping me (or quite a few people here) from blowing $2000 on SLI Titans. Seriously, there isn't. Things get even funnier when some people say "lol u only hav 660 Ti, u could never afford a good card", as if they're judging my salary+savings by looking at sig rig LOL doh.gif

But I care about my money and I care about what I spend it on, I try to save it where I can and I try to find a sense of logic/reasoning when it comes to the performance I'm getting for the price. All previous GTX_80 cards have been flagships, but nevertheless highly affordable and justifiable for the performance they have given. Prices have come down a LOT over the last few years, I don't have to remind people what the 8800GTX's and GTX280's cost on release.

So GTX780 coming along and saying "ok, now pay $200 more for roughly the same performance increase as previous cards" is a violation to the boundaries of logic/reasoning, and that's what is making a lot of people angry (or at least concerned) and hesitant to spend their money.
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