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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,
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The current Titan XP isn't even the same tier chip that older x80 series cards had, and yet they now cost $1200.. So while some of you are willing to spend that amount of money on a single cut-down chip, what happens when chips like the 1060 start costing $699, and the 1070 class move to the $1000 mark?

It's easy for some people to mock others complaining about prices while the costs are still suitable for them, the funny part will be when these counter-whiners are pushed out of the bracket and then start moaning themselves.. There'll always be groups who can afford/ who are willing to spend more than you, so while $1200 might be no big deal right now, i look forward to the % who will be willing to spend $3000 on Titans telling the $1200 ones to stop complaining. thumb.gif


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.
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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,

With Intel is different because you do not need to upgrade CPU like you do the GPU. My 3770K is 4 years old and is more than fine for al my needs. Prices are high because in the recent years PC gaming has had a surge of new incomers. Most people have jobs and really $800 is no big deal for most working people. Problem is people with no job aka students are the ones that are interested in price of these parts. I am pretty sure once I have a high paying job I would also thing why are these people arguing for $200-300.
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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.

GTX780 price was fine. There was no competion and was a cut down $1000 card. GTX1080 is not a large die GPU.
295X2 is not really the card most people consider. Even so it was $650 very soon after. Also dont forget 295X2 $1.5K was cheap comapre to Titan Z lol.
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With Intel is different because you do not need to upgrade CPU like you do the GPU. My 3770K is 4 years old and is more than fine for al my needs. Prices are high because in the recent years PC gaming has had a surge of new incomers. Most people have jobs and really $800 is no big deal for most working people. Problem is people with no job aka students are the ones that are interested in price of these parts. I am pretty sure once I have a high paying job I would also thing why are these people arguing for $200-300.
GTX780 price was fine. There was no competion and was a cut down $1000 card. GTX1080 is not a large die GPU.
295X2 is not really the card most people consider. Even so it was $650 very soon after. Also dont forget 295X2 $1.5K was cheap comapre to Titan Z lol.

you dont NEED to upgrade anything you want to

need and want are completely different

and complaining about a cut down chip is just plain ridiculous binning process does cost money,

if it performs where it is meant to be placed in the market then *** you complaining about wow
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you dont NEED to upgrade anything you want to

need and want are completely different

and complaining about a cut down chip is just plain ridiculous binning process does cost money,

if it performs where it is meant to be placed in the market then *** you complaining about wow

Want and need are different. I think for most people here is want. Nothing life is really a need unless its a life essential. I do need faster GPU for 4K. Nobody is really complaining about cut down GPU. Its more about price you pay to get a full chip.
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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". thumb.gif

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. tongue.gif

Of course I'd say the same about Intel, not sure what you're getting at there..


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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
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Because each generation we are getting less and less for the money. Are you so blind to that?

The 290x launched three years ago as of October. It was $549 and actually less if you factor in they launched with BF1 + one expansion.

What can I buy today, three years later for $549?

An AIB 1070? A 980ti? A Fury X?

Yea, it's an upgrade but let's be realistic here, 3 years later in the tech industry and that is the best I can get for the same amount of money? To see any sort of worth it jump I'd need to hop to a gtx1080 and pay quite a bit more in the same segment. And the funny thing is, the 1080 will be just like the 980 when the Ti version hits. Not worth it.

I paid 400 dollars for my first 290X (an unlockable 290 on the week of launch), then 230 and 220 dollars each for my Sapphire Tri-Xes when they were on sale about two years ago.

No doubt they were a better value then than a 1080 Ti would be today, but if I want a meaningful upgrade to my CFX 290Xes, a 1080 Ti is about as low as I can go in a single card even though CFX works well in the few demanding games I play now, I still try to avoid multi-GPU setups whenever practical), and I would be willing to pay quite a bit for it.
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Just look at us idiots begging for a $700 card lol. Now we thing $700 is a good deal.

If 700 dollars is the only way I can get decisively better performance than what I have, then that's the best deal there is.
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With Intel is different because you do not need to upgrade CPU like you do the GPU.

Depends on what you use the CPU for.

I've been running Intel hex cores in my main system since 2010. I've upgraded to take advantage of architectural improvements and new instruction sets that I'll use, but I am pretty much at the point were I am going to need eight or ten cores, without sacrificing lightly threaded performance. So, a BW-E is almost certainly in my near future, and is just as important for the things I do as new GPUs are.
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cut down was mentioned more than once and gorilla talked about paying for a cut down,

why would cut down even be mentioned
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Crazy what Nvidia price increases have done to the tech media. The wording of the articles on this are like 'Titan XP performance for significantly less' so now apparently $700 (very likely $800) is some kind of deal tongue.gif

No way I'm ever spending more than the equivalent of $400-450. I got other priorities, like paying for my own house. But to each their own.
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GTX1070 is a good dead at MSRP but now $450. My problem now is that I want a card as futureproof as 290X was to me to upgrade. I know there is not such thing but the upgrade cycle has increased dramatically for me.
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