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I think we're getting pretty close to that now. Once people can get a single GPU to perform at their monitors resolution and frequency anyway.

Once we can hit 2k 144 Hz and 4k 60 Hz on a single GPU solution I think the desire to have the next greatest GPU will slow down greatly.

Then they release 6k and 8k monitors and the viscous cycle continues! biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by iRUSH View Post

I think we're getting pretty close to that now. Once people can get a single GPU to perform at their monitors resolution and frequency anyway.

Once we can hit 2k 144 Hz and 4k 60 Hz on a single GPU solution I think the desire to have the next greatest GPU will slow down greatly.

Yeah, I stayed on 780 for 3 years because it hit 60FPS on 1440p for the game I played, new games and a desire to get 4K lead me to upgrade to a 980Ti Hybrid and step-up to a 1080 FE right now.
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Then they release 6k and 8k monitors and the viscous cycle continues! biggrin.gif

Resolution surly has a point of pointlessness wouldn't it? Things are only going to be so clear.

Just like frame-rate as well. I have 180hz available but around the 140 mark and beyond it's practically the same.
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why dont you worry about your own money and not someone elses redface.gif

+1

It's all relative. Some folks buy a Ferrari every other year. To them it's no different than a regular guy buying a Civic. Get over it. rolleyes.gif
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In a nutshell

Oc'd 1080 Gaming X will run around 100 fps@1440p with 60% fan



from what I figure from guru3d's review, that would be around 95 fps avg with all settings on ultra except hw off in Witcher 3 for the oc'd card.
not bad. my 980Ti 1.35GHz (70-75% fan) can do maybe around 80 fps avg on high preset. 95 fps avg is impressive, since ultra shadows and draw distance make my fps fall significantly.
1080Ti will manage 140 fps for sure thumb.gifbiggrin.gif
Edited by Klocek001 - 6/11/16 at 10:32am
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Divide and conquer at its finest.Not suprised to see that happening here,with the wealthier among consumers defending Nvidia underhanded moves while the rest taking offense.That's why the consumers can't present a unite front against monopolies and that's what happens with no competition only this time around things have gotten out of hand.

Ebay,amazon,topic retailers,the prices of this generation are ridiculous.When everyone sells 1080 for over 800 euro except US,amd is sure to follow suit with Vega pricing it around $650-$700 assuming it's 10% slower and a little below/above $800 if it's faster.Either way with the gtx1080 being sold between 850-900 euro now we'll be lucky if it sells 700-750 come winter with competition.We got a 20%>980ti for 25% increase in price after 15 or more months.Fun times ahead.
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850-900€? It's not that pricey across the EU - and keep in mind that the cards are mostly not in stock yet, this is more like preorder pricing.
And take a look here: https://www.ingram.sk/najdene-produkty/p,a,20,0,,gtx+1080/ 670-720€ (not counting the Sea Hawk). And that's with 20% VAT already added.
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850-900€? It's not that pricey across the EU - and keep in mind that the cards are mostly not in stock yet, this is more like preorder pricing.
And take a look here: https://www.ingram.sk/najdene-produkty/p,a,20,0,,gtx+1080/ 670-720€ (not counting the Sea Hawk). And that's with 20% VAT already added.

These prices make me all the more depressed for the robbery that i see in my local stores along with eu amazon.Slovakia is in the european union and subject to same commerce laws including vat,the hell is going on here?mad.gif
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 

from what I figure from guru3d's review, that would be around 95 fps avg with all settings on ultra except hw off in Witcher 3 for the oc'd card.
not bad. my 980Ti 1.35GHz (70-75% fan) can do maybe around 80 fps avg on high preset. 95 fps avg is impressive, since ultra shadows and draw distance make my fps fall significantly.
1080Ti will manage 140 fps for sure thumb.gifbiggrin.gif
No way will Nvidia allow a 40% boost, ~120 fps for 20% gain is much more likely for 1080Ti OC max

On current topic, I don't think the prices are going to come down anytime soon for the 1080's, if anything, they will rise further. So I think unless people want to wait a few months more (3?) the prices now are the best people are going to get.

Also, since there's way more mainstream buyers than enthusiasts, and enthusiast level GTX 1080's are falling victim to price gouging due to crazy high demand, I can only imagine what will happen to the supposedly $200 RX 480's on release.
I'm glad I got in my pre-order before the current price hikes. Gigabyte G1 1080 $611 shipped.
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Divide and conquer at its finest.Not suprised to see that happening here,with the wealthier among consumers defending Nvidia underhanded moves while the rest taking offense.That's why the consumers can't present a unite front against monopolies and that's what happens with no competition only this time around things have gotten out of hand.

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High-end PC gaming is for the big bois, it is basically a niche market now. Nvidia has figured this out and prices accordingly. The market will bear their pricing and business plan; they're not idiots. You want affordable gaming, go buy a cheap flatscreen TV and a PS4 or XBone. That is where the "consumer" market you speak of is now. The 1% of gamers (overall market including consoles) are the target audience for 1080/1080 SLI. Yes indeed, this is very capitalistic, just like the world in which we live.
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