Originally Posted by MaCk-AtTaCk
Well ignoring the so called "rumors" and "articles." And instead using thought processing. They have a product that basically already is faster than the a GTX 780. As a matter a fact, it competes with a Titan. Which by any standard is superb. So, what would make them want to charge $500-550 for a product they could sell for $600-650 and still slaughter their competition while making money at the same time? Then have custom models sell in the $700 range. Basically telling consumers you get Titan performance for much less money and it's the new standard for High Resolution Gaming?
The only thing that says they are charging so little for it is the rumors, but that's about it. Goes against their typical initial release product pricing pattern.