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Not too much more than we already know. I'm definitely waiting for AMD to release, though. I don't fancy what are essentially crippled Titans and refreshed 6XXs.

Nvidia's next product, Maxwell, should be interesting....

As for AMD; I am almost not interested at this point, unless they can REALLY REALLY fix their frame timing issues on both single and multi gpu situations. They just made a pretty significant improvement in single card. and a large one in multi with their prototype drivers, but even after Nvidia still beats them out.

I am still not sure how I feel about the 780 being $600.....I suppose it could have been worse! biggrin.gif
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Can someone tell me why would you get a 760Ti for 300$ over a 7950 which will probably drop to 260$ or so?

Drivers, and by extension, frame timing. Nvidia products right now deliver a much 'smoother' performance than AMD.
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I'm really hoping that the 770 has a healthy voltage bump compared to the 680. A 1.3v highest binned GK104 could clock pretty nicely.

I am curious to see this as well, I have been able to push my 680 DCUII TOP pretty high.
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I'm really hoping that the 770 has a healthy voltage bump compared to the 680. A 1.3v highest binned GK104 could clock pretty nicely.

1.3v stock voltage is unlikely. maybe 1.225v - 1.25v. nvidia's GTX 770 would actually lose the much appreciated kepler perf/watt efficiency. already it looks like TDP went up quite a bit with their 230W TDP on GTX 770. the 7 Ghz GDDR5 must be one of the major reasons why TDP has gone up significantly. also 1.3v might not be good for 24 x 7 operation and providing 3 year warranty. might increase RMA costs.
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post #24 of 94
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1.3v stock voltage is unlikely. maybe 1.225v - 1.25v. nvidia's GTX 770 would actually lose the much appreciated kepler perf/watt efficiency. already it looks like TDP went up quite a bit with their 230W TDP on GTX 770. the 7 Ghz GDDR5 must be one of the major reasons why TDP has gone up significantly. also 1.3v might not be good for 24 x 7 operation and providing 3 year warranty. might increase RMA costs.

didn't mean stock, just that since gpu boost 2.0 has voltage control we might be able to increase it all the way up to 1.3. But remains to be seen.
 
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If the GTX 770 willl be sold for $ 449 with those specs, it willl be no man's land. Honestly, a rebadged, slightly overclocked GTX 680 for the same price of the GTX 680 ? And still 2 GB of VRAM ? Horrible price. The GTX 760 ti for $ 150 less seems like a much better deal.

I agree, that's a little bit of a strange pricing plan, unless the clocks are quite a bit higher than we've been led to expect.  Otherwise this round from Nvidia gives pretty much no price/performance improvement at all.  Same goes with a $600 GTX 780, I'm not fond of the idea of paying 30% more for 20~30% more performance.

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Just posted a thread in the Nvidia section. ShopBLT.com has the EVGA GTX 780 listed for 712 dollars. mad.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1392963/blt-has-the-evga-gtx-780-listed-719-12
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Didn't they also have pre-release GTX 680 pricing at $600+?  I doubt that's much to go on.

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All I can say is that we dont get allot of sleep the coming 2/3 days thumb.gif
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Didn't they also have pre-release GTX 680 pricing at $600+?  I doubt that's much to go on.

Yup, and I just left a comment in the thread he linked about scalping. A few places had Titans a day or two ahead of official release and were selling them for upwards of $2,000.....we see it with every new product release.

Edit for clarity: My comment wasn't directed at a specific retailer, but the broader retail community and what some have done.
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Didn't they also have pre-release GTX 680 pricing at $600+?  I doubt that's much to go on.

I dont remember but BLT isnt a no name site so this pricing IMO is close. High but close to msrp
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Yup, and I just left a comment in the thread he linked about scalping. A few places had Titans a day or two ahead of official release and were selling them for upwards of $2,000.....we see it with every new product release.

Have a link showing them to have high pre release GTX 680 pricing?
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