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Yes, AMD releasing their strongest single GPU at $550 totally shows they're playing the same game as nVidia...
And then a couple weeks later, oh look, AMD prices go up to the same as nVidia prices. And We still aren't down to "MSRP". Pretty convenient eh? Oh but wait, it's just supply and demand....
post #22 of 109
So looks like the big boys will be coming out next year
My 670s are safe for another year smile.gif
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Hi Fellas,

Due to the Maxwell uncertainty at this time of the year...I'm planning to upgrade to 780ti's (I have a 780 ACX 3GB) in SLI and wait until pascal for VC upgrades, which VC's do you recommend? Wait until 780ti using 6GB? or get 2 of the current 780 tis on the market? I play at 2560x1440 with my current VC and works pretty well to be honest.

Thanks in advance for the help
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post #24 of 109
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Yes, AMD releasing their strongest single GPU at $550 totally shows they're playing the same game as nVidia...
And then a couple weeks later, oh look, AMD prices go up to the same as nVidia prices. And We still aren't down to "MSRP". Pretty convenient eh? Oh but wait, it's just supply and demand....

So you are going to blame AMD for the retailer's dirty work. Alright. You know prices barely changed elsewhere, right?

Also:

290Xs:
$385: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131522R
$550: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161457
$570: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814129278
$570: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161438
$580: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125499

$540: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8923241&CatId=7387
$560: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8923086&CatId=7387

$560: http://www.microcenter.com/product/431308/R9290XEDFD_R9_290X_AMD_1GHz_4GB_DDR5_PCI-E_30x16_Video_Card
$560: http://www.microcenter.com/product/431572/R9290XD54GV2_R9-290X_Dua_Fan_4GB_GBDDR5_PCIe_30x16_Video_Card

$580: http://www.frys.com/product/8048374?site=sr:SEARCH:MAIN_RSLT_PG

$550: http://www.ncixus.com/products/?sku=92940&vpn=AXR9%20290X%204GBD5%2DMDHG%2FOC&manufacture=PowerColor&promoid=1320
$580: http://www.ncixus.com/products/?sku=93519&vpn=GV%2DR929XOC%2D4GD&manufacture=Gigabyte&promoid=1320


You were saying? I mean, these even come with aftermarket coolers on them for the most part. MSRP for a ref card is $550, so those are all in line.
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post #25 of 109
Same BS as last time except probably higher prices.

Let me guess:

Midrange 880: $549-$599

Titan 2 (GM110): $999-$1099

3 months later 980: $649-$699

4 months later 980Ti: $749-$799
post #26 of 109
Yea, gonna wait and see how this pans out. Probably another 680/780 fiasco.
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that $385 290x is a great deal despite it being open box. biggrin.gif!
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post #28 of 109
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256 bit? If it's not GDDR6, eeeww... Might even trail behind GTX 780 Ti...

Of course it will. Do you really expect mid-range to trail the high-end of today? rolleyes.gif

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AMD cant force them because they're in the same situation.
There will be no 20nm high end cards this year, everything 28nm

Fixed for you.

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As a Kepler owner that still has adequate performance I'm okay with them completely skipping 20nm as long as they still launch Pascal/Volta 16nm FF by 2016
it's gonna suck for those that were waiting for Maxwell on older chips though

They won't skip 20nm, they will just release them when they are ready.
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post #29 of 109
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I was gonna buy a new card you know but the 7 series exceeds my 200W power usage limit

I expect the 870 to be about 170W or so, So far my £350 on release for my 670 has definitely paid off.

Wut is wrong with AMD making hot cards with high power consumption again? Is this 2009?
I don't know about you but energy is so cheap here that must a be a personal problem in your area. I went from a gtx 760 to a r9-290x and didn't notice a power usage increase or a power bill increase at all in my home. On the side note, looks like I will be skipping first gen Maxwell or Maxwell entirely if my r9-290x can still ultra- max games at 1080p in 2014-2015. I might hold off til Pascal/Volta or whatever is after Pirate Islands.
Edited by Thorteris - 4/18/14 at 4:49pm
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256 bit? If it's not GDDR6, eeeww... Might even trail behind GTX 780 Ti...

How are you deciding that based off the product number?

A Maxwell GPU would need at least 3200+ CUDA cores to match a well clocked GTX 780 Ti

I remain skeptical. If it's on 28nm, why not name it GM106 , GM104?
Edited by AlphaC - 4/18/14 at 5:04pm
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