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I imagine it'll be $849 realistically. Optmimistically it's gonna be $750. Pessimistically, $900.
I'm just patienly waiting for confirmation. If true and the card is indeed in $800-$850 range I might sell the 1080 after christmas and wait a month. This news seems very sketchy though. And given how the prices are shaping up, all we can expect for the msrp is some crappy grey plastic reference-like cooling. If msrp is 800, the cards you wanna have are gonna be 900. If 850, then custom version will cost +900.
Edited by Klocek001 - 9/28/16 at 9:26pm
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Vega is going to be a disappointment like all AMD's past disappointments. Only hype and nothing else. A company simply CANNOT defend itself with low end products. They badly need top tier products. See how immediately 480X and 470X were neutralized by Nvidia with cut down Pascals?

AMD has lost the war and that is a bad sign for us customers. Ngreedia is now virtually a monopoly. I wouldn't be surprised if Nvidia's Volta based cards having $50 markup compared to their Pascal counterparts.

I paid Rs. 39000 ($587) for GTX 1070 at Lamington Road, Mumbai which is roughly the same price of GTX 1080 elsewhere. Nvidia is really milking it this year especially in India.

I worry about the pricing of 1080Ti (Titan X is selling for $2000 here btw)
post #53 of 789
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Vega is going to be a disappointment like all AMD's past disappointments. Only hype and nothing else. A company simply CANNOT defend itself with low end products. They badly need top tier products. See how immediately 480X and 470X were neutralized by Nvidia with cut down Pascals?

AMD has lost the war and that is a bad sign for us customers. Ngreedia is now virtually a monopoly. I wouldn't be surprised if Nvidia's Volta based cards having $50 markup compared to their Pascal counterparts.

I paid Rs. 39000 ($587) for GTX 1070 at Lamington Road, Mumbai which is roughly the same price of GTX 1080 elsewhere. Nvidia is really milking it this year especially in India.

I worry about the pricing of 1080Ti (Titan X is selling for $2000 here btw)

Ouch. The cheapest 1070's here stateside are just shy of $400.
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I'm going to throw this out there. AMDs Vega will probably be on the same performance level as the 1080Ti (maybe a little less) and will gradually improve with new driver releases. Nvidia will also probably hold the fastest single GPU chip with the Titan XP in this time frame.

I based this on previous GPU releases from AMD and Nvidia. For the record I own both brands currently Crossfire Fury X, Crossfire R9 290X vaporX, GTX 780ti, GTX 970 FTW, GTX 1070 FTW all on live builds in my home.

Can't wait for these new GPUs
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I imagine it'll be $849 realistically. Optmimistically it's gonna be $750. Pessimistically, $900.
I'm just patienly waiting for confirmation. If true and the card is indeed in $800-$850 range I might sell the 1080 after christmas and wait a month. This news seems very sketchy though. And given how the prices are shaping up, all we can expect for the msrp is some crappy grey plastic reference-like cooling. If msrp is 800, the cards you wanna have are gonna be 900. If 850, then custom version will cost +900.

This is sorta where I feel on price, I paid about $750 last year for my 980Ti after it had been out for months so I expect the 1080Ti to fall in the $800-850 range at launch..

Id expect a small price drop on the 1070 and 1080 when it happens

Not sure ill upgrade.. Im still waiting to feel my 980 Ti is truly getting its butt handed to it
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I imagine it'll be $849 realistically. Optmimistically it's gonna be $750. Pessimistically, $900.
I'm just patienly waiting for confirmation. If true and the card is indeed in $800-$850 range I might sell the 1080 after christmas and wait a month. This news seems very sketchy though. And given how the prices are shaping up, all we can expect for the msrp is some crappy grey plastic reference-like cooling. If msrp is 800, the cards you wanna have are gonna be 900. If 850, then custom version will cost +900.

Exactly. I don't know why people are saying $700. That's what the 1080 FE costs. It the 1080 would cost anything near that, the 1080 and 1070 prices would have to come down quite a bit. Why? What does AMD have that competes with them? Vega won't be out in January, so Nvidia will milk the market as much as they can until then. Price cuts in March / April? Perhaps, depending on how Vega does, but that is after many units sold.
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Titan-XP will still be faster. May as just buy one instead of waiting until January. wink.gif
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This should hammer down 980 Ti pricing, allowing for a steal on one while we wait for the good stuff on Volta.

Exactly my plan
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Skimming a lot of the posts i see a lot of people convincing themselves that $750-900 for a high end, enthusiast even i guess GPU is suddenly reasonable. Not too long ago the best card you could buy for gaming was in the $500-600 range at release and there were no bogus shenanigans like a new gpu coming out in less than a year dethroning that other gpu already. Now we get a super cut down gpu in the $400-500 range (1070), and another cut down die in the price segment that was reserved for the king of the hill.

So what we have now is the Titan XP sitting as KOTH @ $1200, double what it used to cost to get the best card, and it's going to be acceptable if they introduce another tier around $900? *sigh* What is happening to pc gaming mad.gif
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Skimming a lot of the posts i see a lot of people convincing themselves that $750-900 for a high end, enthusiast even i guess GPU is suddenly reasonable. Not too long ago the best card you could buy for gaming was in the $500-600 range at release and there were no bogus shenanigans like a new gpu coming out in less than a year dethroning that other gpu already. Now we get a super cut down gpu in the $400-500 range (1070), and another cut down die in the price segment that was reserved for the king of the hill.

So what we have now is the Titan XP sitting as KOTH @ $1200, double what it used to cost to get the best card, and it's going to be acceptable if they introduce another tier around $900? *sigh* What is happening to pc gaming mad.gif

This would not be happening if AMD was giving NVIDIA more competition in those price segments.
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