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b&h has 1080 FE's in stock and newegg with the crappy MSI blower style cooler for 649.99 if i remember correctly thumb.gif

WoW newegg has that MSI card listed for 659.99... are you kidding me?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127944
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lol

nice job ignoring results you dont like biggrin.gif
And you did exactly same but i used a website people are familiar with. also have some gut to use full quote and face a reply. rolleyes.gif
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WoW newegg has that MSI card listed for 659.99... are you kidding me?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127944

MSI be smoking the good stuff. Wow, that card should be $609 tops... lol
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lol

nice job ignoring results you dont like biggrin.gif

And you're not doing the same? Goddamn.

Also I looked at the results from TPU vs Babeltech, and within the games that both tested, the performance gap is always inexplicably larger from Babeltech. In particular, TPU shows Fury X edging out 980 Ti at 1440p and 4K in Far Cry Primal, but Babletech shows 980 Ti beating it at every resolution. So that would explain why the results are different.
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WoW newegg has that MSI card listed for 659.99... are you kidding me?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127944

Well that's one way to ensure good stock. Oh wait who am I kidding it'll get cleared out within minutes.
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MSI be smoking the good stuff. Wow, that card should be $609 tops... lol

Makes me wonder how much MSI has to pay per chip on these cards and how much their tech is worth. This generation of GPUs is really out of wack and MSI has always been one of the three premium brand when it comes to pricing but they are really having their cake and eating it too.
Just by their pricing alone all of you Lightning fans are gonna .... the bucket on pricing as it'll probably hit 799+
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Makes me wonder how much MSI has to pay per chip on these cards and how much their tech is worth. This generation of GPUs is really out of wack and MSI has always been one of the three premium brand when it comes to pricing but they are really having their cake and eating it too.
Just by their pricing alone all of you Lightning fans are gonna .... the bucket on pricing as it'll probably hit 799+
It looks like they're just trying to appease the customer base that doesn't want to do anything with touching the clocks manually. Gut geez. A whopping 27Mhz more than the reference card? It actually doesn't appear to be as appealing as the reference model. I wonder if the implementation of the cooler is better to handle overclocking well
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It looks like they're just trying to appease the customer base that doesn't want to do anything with touching the clocks manually. Gut geez. A whopping 27Mhz more than the reference card? It actually doesn't appear to be as appealing as the reference model. I wonder if the implementation of the cooler is better to handle overclocking well

Well EVGA has the same card, Plastic blower style cooler with reference PCB for 609.99. Which is the only GTX 1080 that gets close to the "base" MSRP. But anyways this MSI Aero card is totally reference without the nicer looking FE cooler.

nVidia should've just flat out came out and called the GTX 1080FE 699.99 and the reference GTX 1080 with no cooler MAP of 599.99 rolleyes.gif
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I'm holding my breath for the EVGA AIO Cooler for this thing like they did for the 980Ti. But then again, there's only so much you can do with an 8-pin power socket.
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Originally Posted by Rei86 View Post

Well EVGA has the same card, Plastic blower style cooler with reference PCB for 609.99. Which is the only GTX 1080 that gets close to the "base" MSRP. But anyways this MSI Aero card is totally reference without the nicer looking FE cooler.

nVidia should've just flat out came out and called the GTX 1080FE 699.99 and the reference GTX 1080 with no cooler MAP of 599.99 rolleyes.gif

I actually wouldn't mind buying a card with no cooler if it was $100 cheaper since I throw a waterblock on them anyway.
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