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I don't get, how there is some websites that already pre-order models like Classified for a specific price if even on eVGA website there's nothing yet...
how can set a price if the manufacturer doesn't said the price yet??
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Originally Posted by Krgwow View Post

I don't get, how there is some websites that already pre-order models like Classified for a specific price if even on eVGA website there's nothing yet...
how can set a price if the manufacturer doesn't said the price yet??

They're likely shady. I wouldn't buy from a site that took pre-orders on cards that are TBA for the $.
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

No he wasn't, DotNetApp posted that before he did (I know, because I quoted him):
Then iLeak came along and posted the same thing later in the thread as though it was new (but we had already been discussing it):

Is 2100-1600 all that much different than 1500-1000? I realize most 980Tis will do better than 1500, but not a tremendous amount. Not many would do 1600, but if a reference 1080 doesn't hit 2200, it's an overclocking disaster?
Clock for clock they are not the same. Not a great comparison.


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Originally Posted by Krgwow View Post

I don't get, how there is some websites that already pre-order models like Classified for a specific price if even on eVGA website there's nothing yet...
how can set a price if the manufacturer doesn't said the price yet??

I mean sure, if you want to send me $800 to $1100 I will hold it for you until the Classy is available for sale. I can't guarantee the ASIC range without an additional $100.
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Originally Posted by DIYDeath View Post

They're likely shady. I wouldn't buy from a site that took pre-orders on cards that are TBA for the $.


I mean, on eVGA website, the most expansive card would cost, with shipping, 789€ to my country, would be the FTW.
On overclockers.co.uk the Classified with shipping would be 920€!!!! puke.gif

I REALLY don't think that eVGA will tag the Classified for 899€, really don't think so... (even if they tag at 899 more shipping would be less then overclocker's are asking for)
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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

Clock for clock they are not the same. Not a great comparison.


What's so different? Plenty of folks saying Pascal is just Maxwell on a smaller die - shouldn't they perform similarly?
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Originally Posted by Krgwow View Post

I mean, on eVGA website, the most expansive card would cost, with shipping, 789€ to my country, would be the FTW.
On overclockers.co.uk the Classified with shipping would be 920€!!!! puke.gif

I REALLY don't think that eVGA will tag the Classified for 899€, really don't think so... (even if they tag at 899 more shipping would be less then overclocker's are asking for)

Seems really shady to me. They're looking to price gouge based on initial supply. I don't trust price gougers. Call me crazy...
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Seems really shady to me. They're looking to price gouge based on initial supply. I don't trust price gougers. Call me crazy...

Ok you're crazy.
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Seems really shady to me. They're looking to price gouge based on initial supply. I don't trust price gougers. Call me crazy...

yea, i really wan't to buy the Classy, eVGA don't tell any information, even Jacob can't tell yet... it's boring to wait redface.gif
but i will not pay 920€ for a card that i don't know what price is and i don't even know if they will pass 2.1 Ghz wall
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Originally Posted by Krgwow View Post

yea, i really wan't to buy the Classy, eVGA don't tell any information, even Jacob can't tell yet... it's boring to wait redface.gif
but i will not pay 920€ for a card that i don't know what price is and i don't even know if they will pass 2.1 Ghz wall

I suspect it won't pass the 2.1 wall. Not unless EVGA employs the faceless god to kill the Nvidia gnomes that are keeping that limit consistent throughout all the 1080s. biggrin.gif
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Ok you're crazy.

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