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You bet with those prices. It will cost 799€ here, which is about 911$ or your legs and your firstborn for a model which won't be top of the line AKA MSI Lightning. Maybe they'll be priced like that(like ludicrously high) in order to not canibalize past generation high-end sales until shops/AIBs run out of stock, and then a substantial price drop will follow, but whatever, screw you MSI. tongue.gif

Strix, ACX SC, G1s will be the most sensible buys and the most sold models. I bet my left ball and half of the right many are buying/waiting for a G1. It's really a no brainer, if Gigabyte/G1s maintan past generation quality, cooling, silence and overclockability, MSI is going to have to eat a ludicrous amount of overpriced unsold silicon biggrin.gif

And not even the top of the line in the "Gaming" series, the Gaming Z is the top card in the gaming series. So MSI fans are looking at nearly $100 more for MSI vs. Gigabyte/Asus/EVGA etc..

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And yet, people laughed at me when I said that the "Founders Edition" was an excuse to charge 100$ more for a card. If anybody expected the manufactures to (consistently) undercut 100$ on a reference card, they are fools.


Well MSI is the only one who has priced something higher than FE so far, so people might still be laughing at you.
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And yet, people laughed at me when I said that the "Founders Edition" was an excuse to charge 100$ more for a card. If anybody expected the manufactures to (consistently) undercut 100$ on a reference card, they are fools.

Considering every AIB card is under $700 other than the MSI card, I would say you're wrong.
post #683 of 1194
The msi-geforce-gtx-1070-gaming-x-review that guru3d did, is there a previous cache on the web or do we have to wait? rolleyes.gif
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The msi-geforce-gtx-1070-gaming-x-review that guru3d did, is there a previous cache on the web or do we have to wait? rolleyes.gif

That would be neato but I can wait. These things won't be available to purchase for a little while yet.
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I can't believe this, GTX1070 FE is 600$ in my east European country with crappy economy.
Yeah fair Nvidia prices lachen.gif
Never at the advertised MSRP ever.
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The review was nothing special. It was NOT faster, at all. The MSI performed exactly like the cheapest non-thermal-throttling FE would.
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Yeah fair Nvidia prices lachen.gif
Never at the advertised MSRP ever.

You do realize that MSRP is manufacturers suggested retail price right?

It's the retailer making the extra bucks from demand not Nvidia or AIB partners.
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Card costs 550-560 dollars in Germany.

If nVidia keeps up this may, 1070 will end up more expensive than 2 Polaris.
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Card costs 550-560 dollars in Germany.

If nVidia keeps up this may, 1070 will end up more expensive than 2 Polaris.

Isn't that saying the price of a 1070 would be the price of a 1080?
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While I don't support the separate MSRP/FE pricing, supply and demand is dictating the current market. The demand further being fueled due to no competing product by AMD (the 6700k only just hit MSRP recently 6+ months after release, same scenario )

On top of this, a lot of the aftermarket cards were never going to be @ MSRP , especially the MSI Gaming cards... these have always had big premiums even before the 10xx release

With all of this being said there's no reason to whine and moan about it, just wait it out for a month and there will be a large range of cards to choose from at varying price points
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