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asus + nvi = overprice rolleyes.gif
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It is high priced but it is a brand new thing so it will come down on price its the early adapter price right now thumb.gif
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im really surprised how many people on this forum complain about high prices. this is a forum for enthusiasts. people who are into technology. typically those types will be willing to pay a premium to get new technology. seems like forum communities are nothing but huge whine fests and brand wars.

on topic though, my gsync will be arriving today. ill have it installed tonight and get back to you guys tomorrow with my impressions.

and seriously, its $200..............
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im really surprised how many people on this forum complain about high prices. this is a forum for enthusiasts. people who are into technology. typically those types will be willing to pay a premium to get new technology. seems like forum communities are nothing but huge whine fests and brand wars.

on topic though, my gsync will be arriving today. ill have it installed tonight and get back to you guys tomorrow with my impressions.

and seriously, its $200..............

Nobodies complaining about $200 if you can get a GTX 780 for that price.

It doesn't matter if every person on this board has a $10,000 rig. The people here are savvy enough to understand the concepts of value and worth.
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im really surprised how many people on this forum complain about high prices. this is a forum for enthusiasts. people who are into technology. typically those types will be willing to pay a premium to get new technology. seems like forum communities are nothing but huge whine fests and brand wars.

on topic though, my gsync will be arriving today. ill have it installed tonight and get back to you guys tomorrow with my impressions.

and seriously, its $200..............

Pics !! And lots of info on this Thanks
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It is high priced but it is a brand new thing so it will come down on price its the early adapter price right now thumb.gif

This.

New tech is always overpriced at first regardless of the maker.

I'm just glad Nvidia started to push Gsync since nobody else was willing to do the work to give us this.
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Nobodies complaining about $200 if you can get a GTX 780 for that price.

It doesn't matter if every person on this board has a $10,000 rig. The people here are savvy enough to understand the concepts of value and worth.

obviously not.

$200 to solve a problem that has been around forever? not sure how that isnt worth $200. what i see is a few different things. people complaining that its Nvidia only, its $200, and that Freesync is coming.

i also seem to notice that most of the complaints are from people that have some kind of AMD tag.

its pretty annoying and really frustrating, considering this same exact thing happens on every single forum i visit.
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lol That price is ridiculous for a low end budget gamer/TN panel etc (Just buy anther GPU). Sorry but am not paying $200 to void my warranty and risk my life.

I can see voiding the warranty. But risking your life? Lol
post #29 of 161
'It's only $200"

Comments like these are the reason why all these companies charge an arm and a leg for a $10 part...
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'It's only $200"

Comments like these are the reason why all these companies charge an arm and a leg for a $10 part...

well, my reply to that is simple. if $200 is breaking your budget, then early adoption is not for you.

for a lot of people $200 is a drop in the bucket, and money happily spent. also, if you have knowledge of how much Nvidia spents to produce the PCBs, please, link us the source, otherwise its speculation and sounds kinda like youre a hater. just sayin.
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