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Tons of companies make laptops, no?

We're stuck with 2 in the GPU industry and one's half-asleep.

would be better to talk about what is inside those laptops as AMD is providing absolutely no competition on that regard.
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Uhhh you have it the other way around. It's way way way worse over on the laptop side where AMD is pretty much completely dead and hasn't done much beyond releasing Pitcairn and Tonga rebrands that run way too hot and consume way too much power.

Not talking about AMD vs Intel/Nvidia in the laptop scene, I'm talking about laptop companies themselves (Lenovo, HP, Acer, Dell, Apple, etc...). Many options there.
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people are willing to pay $1200, which makes me think... are people also willing to pay $1500, perhaps $2000?

$2000 is probably the ceiling for a single GPU card, and $3000 the ceiling for a dual GPU card, if Titan Z was any indication.
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$2000 is probably the ceiling for a single GPU card, and $3000 the ceiling for a dual GPU card, if Titan Z was any indication.

No it's not. $650 is the ceiling. Anything more does not warrant any card out there games required to play. If they made 10 Witcher 3 like games every year then yes.
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Not talking about AMD vs Intel/Nvidia in the laptop scene, I'm talking about laptop companies themselves (Lenovo, HP, Acer, Dell, Apple, etc...). Many options there.

Many options there, it is all Intel on the ultrabook side, and all Nvidia on gaming laptops. go figure.
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lol we go through this EVERY TIME Nvidia raises the bar with a flagship card.

If people set aside a measily $50 a month, they would be able to buy the latest and greatest GPU from Nvidia each and every year if you factored in the resale value of their prior latest and greatest card. I just got $600 for one of my Titan Xs and $700 for the other, so factor in another $600 (12 months x $50) boom there is the $$$ for the new Titan XP.

So really.....are you people really crying over the fact that you CAN'T save a measily FIFTY DOLLARS a month????
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No it's not. $650 is the ceiling. Anything more does not warrant any card out there games required to play. If they made 10 Witcher 3 like games every year then yes.

Well, your ceiling lol. I thought that was the ceiling yet Titan proved it wasn't. Unfortunate, but it is the reality.
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No it's not. $650 is the ceiling. Anything more does not warrant any card out there games required to play. If they made 10 Witcher 3 like games every year then yes.

lol given that the $999 Titan X sold out for the first few weeks, I'm gonna say $650 is what you want the ceiling to be, but the actual ceiling is much, MUCH higher.
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lol we go through this EVERY TIME Nvidia raises the bar with a flagship card.

If people set aside a measily $50 a month, they would be able to buy the latest and greatest GPU from Nvidia each and every year if you factored in the resale value of their prior latest and greatest card. I just got $600 for one of my Titan Xs and $700 for the other, so factor in another $600 (12 months x $50) boom there is the $$$ for the new Titan XP.

So really.....are you people really crying over the fact that you CAN'T save a measily FIFTY DOLLARS a month????

Ugh as I've said at least three times in this thread already, there's a fine difference between someone literally not being able to afford to $1200 (likely a minority here on OCN), vs someone who doesn't want to spend $1200 on a GPU because to said person the price is retarded. I'd wager pretty much everyone falls into the latter category here.
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Originally Posted by l88bastar View Post

lol we go through this EVERY TIME Nvidia raises the bar with a flagship card.

If people set aside a measily $50 a month, they would be able to buy the latest and greatest GPU from Nvidia each and every year if you factored in the resale value of their prior latest and greatest card. I just got $600 for one of my Titan Xs and $700 for the other, so factor in another $600 (12 months x $50) boom there is the $$$ for the new Titan XP.

So really.....are you people really crying over the fact that you CAN'T save a measily FIFTY DOLLARS a month????

By that same logic, practically anything should be affordable just because you can save a little every month for it. tongue.gif
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lol given that the $999 Titan X sold out for the first few weeks, I'm gonna say $650 is what you want the ceiling to be, but the actual ceiling is much, MUCH higher.
Ugh as I've said at least three times in this thread already, there's a fine difference between someone literally not being able to afford to $1200 (likely a minority here on OCN), vs someone who doesn't want to spend $1200 on a GPU because to said person the price is retarded. I'd wager pretty much everyone falls into the latter category here.

With all due respect, it seems as if you have the reasoning of a child. Nvidia is not holding a gun to anybodies head and forcing them to pay or buy anything. If you can afford to pay but won't then that is your perogative. If you find the pricing un-acceptable then perhaps you should downgrade yourself to purchasing the prior generation of GPUS from early adopters of the new generation.....IE the guy that just bought my Titan X maxwell only paid $600 - $700 instead of $1,000
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