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Originally Posted by HeadlessKnight View Post

$260 for GF114
$500 for GK104
$550 for GM204
$600-700 for GP104.

Who says Nvidia raised the prices for their mid-range chips? Oh... no they didn't ...

$650-750 for GV104 wheee.gif
post #152 of 374
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Originally Posted by NABBO View Post

$650-750 for GV104 wheee.gif
it could be even higher if they use HBM
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Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post

it could be even higher if they use HBM
dont think so. Nvidia priced 1080 so high because they dont have anything faster. Me think that if they will present something new, 1080 will drop the price first.
post #154 of 374
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Originally Posted by prznar1 View Post

dont think so. Nvidia priced 1080 so high because they dont have anything faster. Me think that if they will present something new, 1080 will drop the price first.
They do.http://www.nvidia.com/object/tesla-p100.html

They keep selling midrange at high end prices.

GF104 230usd
GF114 250usd
GK104 500usd
GM204 550usd
GP104 600-700usd


This time they decided to use GDDR5X while it isnt as expensive as HBM they charged more money, 93% price of the high end GPU on 2015 (650usd)
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The 980 TI came out at 650$
The 980 came out at 550$
The 780 came out at 650$
The 1080 mspr (outside of FE) is 600$.
There was no "instead of $500" for at least 4 years now (only the 680 was the last top card to be released at 500$ for nvidia, that is 4 generations).

Also it is not just nvidia who have done it. Where were everyone who are yelling at nvidia, when AMD raised the price of their top end from 380$ for the 6970 to 550$ of the 7970, or 550$ for the 290x, or 650$ for the fury x?

They did not raise the price (except with the FE). Stop saying they did. If you want 1-2 months you can buy them at a reasonable price (considering).
There are sellers in amazing trying to sell the 1080 for 920$ in the US. Is that the real price of the card or just for the people foolish enough to rush and buy them?

To remind you that you are not actually buying the card directly from nvidia. They only set a certain price, and from there the chip goes 2-4 hands before it even reach the site you click "buy" on, and with market hype it might inflate the prices, but it is not nvidia who does it.

Also, the whole price ranges have been going to overall.
CPUs, monitors, TVs, GPUs, cars, simple things even, they have all gone up in price in the last 5-6 years. Some people here are dropping 4000$ on a 4K oled tv, or a 1000$ on a CPU they barely really use, and you talk about 50$ difference in the GPU? That is the problem?

I'm not pro higher prices. I'm all about lowering the prices.
But stating false information is wrong.
The same as cheering for AMD for bringing "cheaper" cards when they increased the price by 44%, but because it was cheaper than nvidia, it is a good price.

BTW, the main price increase was actually AMD if you look at the mspr prices.
When AMD introduced the 7970, they increased their top end price by 44%.
Nvidia actually put out a cheaper card (the 680), which forced AMD to reduce the price.
So you might actually thank AMD for starting those price tag wars.

You are the one putting false information out there.

GTX 980Ti is not Gx104 chip.
GTX 780 is not Gx104 chip.

GTX 980 was a Gx104 chip. You are right, it was $550. But it was a 400mm2 card which is far bigger than any previous Gx104 chips (usually around 300-330mm2). So they had to go up in price.

Other previous Gx104 chips:
GTX 680; $499
GTX 560 Ti: $250
GTX 460: $229


GTX 1080 is short said a medium sized chip with a price we used to have for the biggest chips. The GTX 1070 isnt so bad though, as it offer much better value than GTX 1080.
post #156 of 374
GTX 780 is GK110/ GK110B (GTX 780GHz)
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Originally Posted by NABBO View Post

GTX 780 is GK110/ GK110B (GTX 780GHz)

There was no 780Ghz version
post #158 of 374
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Originally Posted by Buris View Post

Polaris is obviously not on track, the full die has yet to be seen and even with a highly clocked 40 CU fully clocked P10 chip it will only be able to compete with a 1070, and lose a decent majority of the time, and this would cause Polaris to be soundly defeated in perf/watt to the 1070/1080

That doesn't mean Vega is off track, as AMD most likely has more than a single team working on gpu's, but they aren't trying to make the same mistake they just made by hyping a product up over 6 months only to release a single card at 2 price points

So I guess 28nm TongaXT is still not on track after 3 yrs since they never released a chip with the full die enabled. rolleyes.gif

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Originally Posted by provost View Post

Subbed. I didn't read through the entire thread, but all I want to know is if this hbm2 Vega or hbm1 Polaris?

This is a rumor with zero facts.

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Originally Posted by iLeakStuff View Post

Maybe you should do too... rolleyes.gif
https://www.nowinstock.net/computers/videocards/nvidia/gtx1080/full_history.php

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Originally Posted by Tojara View Post

Are they selling fast...or are they very limited in supply? ~30 cards per day is painfully little for a brand new card, even for high end. That's a mere 11k cards per year.

Paper launch at it's finest?
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I see AMD Marketing has joined OCN tongue.gif

About time,since green team have been here in force. wink.gif
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post #159 of 374
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There was no 780Ghz version

http://www.techspot.com/review/738-gigabyte-geforce-gtx-780-ti-ghz/

GK110B boost @1150/1176mhz
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http://www.techspot.com/review/738-gigabyte-geforce-gtx-780-ti-ghz/

GK110B boost @1150/1176mhz

So a factory OC card by one manufacturer. Not a Nvidia OC chip revision for all AIBs. But ok I'll concede on your original point as GK110 is very old news.
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