Originally Posted by pas008
lol complaining about product placement and pricing
thats the consumers and lack of competition
complaining about cut down chips lol wow, now that is whining
are you complaining about intels business practices too?
these companies are in the business to make money,
Who is arguing that they're not in the business
to make money? I'm not even questioning why Nvidia are pricing their products the way they are, that's no mystery..
As i said, i look forward to some of these elitists getting pushed out of the elite camp, and being told by the even higher elite to - "stop whining, you don't have to buy it".
I'm not even having a go at Titan owners, or people willing to spend the money on the best, i'm responding to those who can't seem to comprehend why some people would be frustrated with current prices. If you want a perfect example of the type of Titan owners I'm talking about, then go have a look at a certain monitor thread where a Titan XP owner is complaining
about the price of a monitor.
Of course I'd say the same about Intel, not sure what you're getting at there..
Originally Posted by moustang
For the record...
GTX 780 Launch price = $649
GTX 1080 Launch price = $699 for FE, as little as $619 for 3rd party AIBs.
And as far as the Titan price goes, I would like to remind you that the AMD 295X2 was a $1,500 card two and a half years ago.
GTX 780 is the same class chip as the Titan XP, the 295X2 has, as it's name implies, 2 GPU's.. The 295X2 was even met with harsh criticism btw. Your post just backs up what i said..Edited by GorillaSceptre - 9/30/16 at 7:35am