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Nvidia pricing is getting out of control imo. like although Intel dominates the market they are keeping their prices within consumer's grasp. like intel adds 10-30$ a year for each cpu except of course the -E lineup which are epeen dedicated. but nvidia throwing 100$ to 150$ raise on each gpu every generation is just absurd. of course they provide great products and performance but the pricing is just plain abusive to consumers.
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Why would the street price after 2 weeks be $1600? i thought it supposed to be lower since it came out? Why would the price gets higher?

Because unless you spend the entire day running scripts, refreshing sites, etc and getting the first stock within seconds... they will be bought up and resold at higher prices by....... jerks. Happens every GPU release, happening with the 1080 right now.

I don't think the Titan lineup is affected by it as much, simply due to the fact it's a huge initial investment to buy something for $1200 than resell it for $1400ish. That and the fact the cards won't fly off the shelves at that price.

Maybe, maybe not?

This time around, it's all sold by Nvidia's online shop and perhaps they'll allow you to backorder the item since they've got 100% control of distribution, they're the only ones to eventually have product anyway.
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So the last Titan X was named like that for "Titan MaXwell", could the new Titan X suggest "Titan 10", or Titan 10 series? Next generation will be Titan XI? biggrin.gif
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So the last Titan X was named like that for "Titan MaXwell", could the new Titan X suggest "Titan 10", or Titan 10 series? Next generation will be Titan XI? biggrin.gif


It could be or it could be not.


Either way we are on a path on out of control pricing for high end segment.
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Guess its time to sell your old Titan X for the jackpot on ebay when this comes out.
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I've been re-thinking the purchase of this card. If they can OC to 2000 MHz, I'm probably in for one. I would prefer that over 2 x 1080 to be honest. Just sayin'... redface.gif

Not losing MFAA capability (which you do in SLI) is a factor in the decision for me.
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They (nVidia) were going to back themselves in a branding corner with the Titan line eventually because they never used proper subnames like nVidia Titan Eos or Titan Gaia. I have a thing for consistent naming schemes and this isn't it.

Also, on the pricing bit, luxury items are priced according to what the mass consumer market are willing to pay according to the rise in their discretionary income. Gaming as a business has seen a Y-o-Y profit increase and nVidia is pricing themselves to take advantage of ALL tiers.

I do not have a problem if they make the Titan line really expensive because it is a product meant to serve those who have the money and seek the performance at any and every cost. My issue with nVidia's pricing is that the Titan line has the effect of raising prices of the cards below it since Kepler (this could be on purpose it or could be coincidental).

In any way gaming is a luxury and I buy what I can afford and the GTX 1060 (non-founders) and RX 480 (non-reference) are absolutely amazing value for money.
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They (nVidia) were going to back themselves in a branding corner with the Titan line eventually because they never used proper subnames like nVidia Titan Eos or Titan Gaia. I have a thing for consistent naming schemes and this isn't it.

Also, on the pricing bit, luxury items are priced according to what the mass consumer market are willing to pay according to the rise in their discretionary income. Gaming as a business has seen a Y-o-Y profit increase and nVidia is pricing themselves to take advantage of ALL tiers.

I do not have a problem if they make the Titan line really expensive because it is a product meant to serve those who have the money and seek the performance at any and every cost. My issue with nVidia's pricing is that the Titan line has the effect of raising prices of the cards below it since Kepler (this could be on purpose it or could be coincidental).

In any way gaming is a luxury and I buy what I can afford and the GTX 1060 (non-founders) and RX 480 (non-reference) are absolutely amazing value for money.

Agreed. Good post. I think that is one of the main concerns with the Titan pricing. The Titan pricing will always be steep, it is a subset of a subset, quite a niche market. The real issue is when mid-range and other products below that niche increase in price as well.

Hopefully, some value remains at that end. For myself, and some other enthusiasts, it is more fun to buy value cards and extract performance/$ than to just buy a niche product. It's not that I don't have the means, it is just a different preference of fun.
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Sooooo 1080 Ti will be 999 this time? LoL
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Nvidia aint playing anymore. You want the king prince of perfomance every gpu cylce, well, they're asking for the equivalent ransom. Full/near full chip is now over $1000. #PCMASTERRACE.
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As long as suckers are willing to pay 1200 dollars for a desktop graphics card, Nvidia will keep raising prices. The consumers are feeding this habit, synergizing Nvidias marketing strategy.
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