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NVIDIA’s hotly anticipated GeForce GTX 1080 Ti enthusiast graphics card is reportedly launching in March. The just released report claims that Taiwanese manufactures have already begun production of graphics cards based on NVIDIA’s upcoming GP102 silicon.

The card will offer similar performance to the company’s flagship $1000 TITAN X but at a more affordable price for gamers sources claim. Furthermore, unlike the TITAN X, custom designed and aftermarket cooled versions of the GTX 1080 Ti will be available shortly after release. The newcomer is speculated to be priced between $750 and $900 at launch and to land sometime between March 20th and March 23rd.[...]

 

http://wccftech.com/nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-launching-march/

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Well.. FINALLY.. or should it still be consired as MAYBE?`
Price tag in EU will probably be salty, probably at 800euros as GTX1080 was.

Maybe this is why GTX1080 prices have been dropped ~100euros.. as cheapest are just under 600euros now. Couple months ago those still were around 730-770e.
980ti was 800-850e in Finland atleast when launched IIRC. Come on VEGA, bring in the competition for prices.
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Cheapest 1080s have always been under 600
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Cheapest 1080s have always been under 600

not in EU. Been watching http://geizhals.eu/ for months now.
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Finalllllllyyy! Tired of googling 1080ti 20 times a day. Definitely picking up a couple of these badboys. Hope evga does a classified. I'm guessing price will be 799-899
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I'll still wait for vega to see performance and see how prices work out.
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not in EU. Been watching http://geizhals.eu/ for months now.

Thats the site i have been watching perhaps prices were higher at launch, but for a long time cheapest ones have been 600 or a tad under.
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If launch goes like with the 1080, and demand is high, retailers will jack up the prices just like they did with the 1080.
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The 1080ti is still worse than a Titan XP, isn't it?
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Thats the site i have been watching perhaps prices were higher at launch, but for a long time cheapest ones have been 600 or a tad under.

Mindfactory had a basic blower model for 649€ soon after release, and it took some months to get any 600€ cards. In Finland though most custom 1080 are still closer to 800€.

Hopefully we'll get some nice competition in the high end for a change, it's been rather disappointing seeing Nvidia unchallenged for so long.
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