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now its complete

Perfect response.
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Not to dredge up yesterday's debate, but here are two price charts going back to 2008 - two because there is one with Ti cards (since that's the practical option) and one with Titan cards.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Edit: maybe it would be better to cut off the 1080/480 cards, since they are probably pulling the trend lines down. Hmm.

Edit2: Didn't do much to the no Titans chart, but interesting trend on the a Titan one.


thank you for taking the time to do that. (+rep)

imo, using a larger sample size give it a credibility to those that aren't aware of the pricing trend(s) or whom wish minimize it/them.
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I've lost interest in GPUs now nothing released is exciting anymore

also sold the 1080 and went back to 980 ti as I think its more than capable of powering 1440p also its more fun to overclock
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I've lost interest in GPUs now nothing released is exciting anymore

also sold the 1080 and went back to 980 ti as I think its more than capable of powering 1440p also its more fun to overclock

Yup. It used to be, "I can't wait to spend $500 on nvidia's next gen stuff. It's a little pricey but i know I'll have the best they have to offer for a whole year."

Now it's, "If I buy anything I'm getting ripped off and it won't last long before it gets replaced by something else in a few months".
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Yup. It used to be, "I can't wait to spend $500 on nvidia's next gen stuff. It's a little pricey but i know I'll have the best they have to offer for a whole year."

Now it's, "If I buy anything I'm getting ripped off and it won't last long before it gets replaced by something else in a few months".

The last one is what makes me sick about buying GPUs. I mean you buy 80, 2 months latter there is TITAN, you buy TITAN, 3 months later 80Ti, you buy 80Ti, 6-7 months later new 80 that is better.

And so on and so on.

My friend have very good tactic that I might adopt at this point.

He is always one generation of GPUs behind current one, buying SLI of previous Generation best cards and waiting for another one generation to upgrade to previous one.

For example now he is sitting on SLI 980Ti which he bought for less price than one 1080. When Votla will drop he will buy SLI 1080Ti and so on.

I think this is very good plan.

Having SLI 980Ti he is roughly now on power of TITAN XP level (of course there are differences, pros and cons), paying 2 times less price: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzHUqR9A8YA&feature=youtu.be

I might start doing the same. I am all for new hardware but 1 year between each generation of GPU is WAAAY to fast.
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Yup. It used to be, "I can't wait to spend $500 on nvidia's next gen stuff. It's a little pricey but i know I'll have the best they have to offer for a whole year."

Now it's, "If I buy anything I'm getting ripped off and it won't last long before it gets replaced by something else in a few months".

its literally money down the drain, I could buy an overpriced iPhone and have a longer run with the best for a whole year and probably still would be worth more aswell

I'll just stick to the 980 ti until theres a £300 card with Titan X pascal performance.
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Yup. It used to be, "I can't wait to spend $500 on nvidia's next gen stuff. It's a little pricey but i know I'll have the best they have to offer for a whole year."

Now it's, "If I buy anything I'm getting ripped off and it won't last long before it gets replaced by something else in a few months".

The last one is what makes me sick about buying GPUs. I mean you buy 80, 2 months latter there is TITAN, you buy TITAN, 3 months later 80Ti, you buy 80Ti, 6-7 months later new 80 that is better.

And so on and so on.

My friend have very good tactic that I might adopt at this point.

He is always one generation of GPUs behind current one, buying SLI of previous Generation best cards and waiting for another one generation to upgrade to previous one.

For example now he is sitting on SLI 980Ti which he bought for less price than one 1080. When Votla will drop he will buy SLI 1080Ti and so on.

I think this is very good plan.

Having SLI 980Ti he is roughly now on power of TITAN XP level (of course there are differences, pros and cons), paying 2 times less price: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzHUqR9A8YA&feature=youtu.be

I might start doing the same. I am all for new hardware but 1 year between each generation of GPU is WAAAY to fast.

That has been my approach for a while but unless MGPU gets better support on newer games it is no longer the best option. I've never had so many games that either flat out don't support SLI/CFX, even if forced or tricked, etc until last gen to the present. Every other game coming out these days has lousy support or the engine can't do it at all, period. So many great games wasted with poor to no MGPU support.

If things change, don't get me wrong, it's a great method of cutting down on money spent and still getting killer performance. It's been working for me for years. But at present, MGPU is at an all time low as far as I'm concerned. They have come so far and with such great new techs like G/Free-Sync then developers ruin it by not supporting it in the engine or whatever they say is causing poor or no scaling these days. I'm lucky because I still play a LOT of older games and it's so nice to be able to crank up everything and really max a game out at 3440x1440@95-100Hz with max super-sampling and every single tiny detail tweaked to the max with Nvidia iNspector. Games just a year or two old look better than than the top end games just now coming out because of this. Crystal clear and silky smooth. If only they would put that attention to detail on multi-GPU now, that buying two, 1 generation old cards to save money method would still be worth it. As of right now, it's a very bad time to. Unless you just like to play mostly older games that support it better or benchmarking, it's not near as good of a value now.
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I got my brand new gtx1080FE for 520$ (in my country it usually costs over 800$)
is that a good deal?
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I got my brand new gtx1080FE for 520$ (in my country it usually costs over 800$)
is that a good deal?

Very good deal.
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Yup. It used to be, "I can't wait to spend $500 on nvidia's next gen stuff. It's a little pricey but i know I'll have the best they have to offer for a whole year."

Now it's, "If I buy anything I'm getting ripped off and it won't last long before it gets replaced by something else in a few months".

I love how people complain technology isn't moving fast enough, but when Nvidia releases something new for a similar price that slaps the last "top of the line" by 40%, everyone goes bonkers and complains about it.


If they gave us 5-10% every generation everybody would cry that we weren't seeing gains.
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