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Originally Posted by Renairy View Post

Anyone else think Nvidia are playing dirty towards consumers in the market? To be quite honest, users are getting rorted.
Heres why i think that.

They're bringing out GPU's in a fashion that is not only milking consumers but also charging us alot more than we should be paying.

For example, the GTX Titan X is only on the market to give us the illusion that the 1080Ti is cheap at $699.
On the same note, the GTX1080 was sold at the same price the 1080Ti/TitanXP should of been sold for.

The reason why they held out on the 1080Ti for this long was because there was no competition, it was a wild trump card.
Also to compete with what ever AMD's offering is.
The TitanX brand should be boycotted entirely, and consumers need to put their foot down hardcore.
How do you feel knowing your $$$premium card is now obsolete because of their sly and shifty marketing tactic?

What they should be doing is release all versions of the same GPU, at the same time. This trump card bull is only there to benefit them whilst milking us.

1050, 1060, 1070, 1080, 1080Ti all to be released together from now on.
Notice when i put it like that and in order, you can see how the TitanX's release is nothing but a scam. It actually belongs no where and its only there to gouge and decieve.

From this day on, if you care about your hard earned money, dnt ever invest in a TitanX and give these leeches the message thats never been sent.

A company that hires random puppets to shout out positive pricing remarks at launch events is not a company of the people.

If there is another Titan card next generation, i am switching to AMD monitors and GPU's 100%.

The TXP was never meant to be a consumer gaming card so there's no point getting bent out of shape about it. And the Ti really is reasonably priced however you slice it.
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Anyone place an Arctic Accelero hybrid cooler on their 1080ti FE?

I ordered the 140mm off amazon
post #743 of 10572
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Originally Posted by alucardis666 View Post

False, I redeemed mine with my 1080 no issue.


I don't get what you're disputing? You have to have the same family card in your machine that the card comes with i.e. you can no longer just buy a code from someone and use it on your machine unless you have the same GPU family.

https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/02/nvidia-game-codes-gfe-hardware/
Edited by dboythagr8 - 3/12/17 at 7:41pm
post #744 of 10572
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

I got refunded my saturday shipping fee's from newegg so if they don't get it delivered tomorrow they will have to refund me my next day shipping fee's as well.
since we both haven't gotten​ an update, and had the same tracking info and time, something tells me it's going out Monday and we're getting it Tuesday. In that case I'll be really pissed and expect full refund on my entire shipping. Or I'll dispute it with my bank.
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Originally Posted by Renairy View Post

Anyone else think Nvidia are playing dirty towards consumers in the market? To be quite honest, users are getting rorted.
Heres why i think that.

They're bringing out GPU's in a fashion that is not only milking consumers but also charging us alot more than we should be paying.

For example, the GTX Titan X is only on the market to give us the illusion that the 1080Ti is cheap at $699.



What the market will bear.
post #746 of 10572
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Originally Posted by dboythagr8 View Post

I don't get what you're disputing? You have to have the same family card in your machine that the card comes with i.e. you can no longer just buy a code from someone and use it on your machine unless you have the same GPU family.

https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/02/nvidia-game-codes-gfe-hardware/

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We're almost there guys....

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since we both haven't gotten​ an update, and had the same tracking info and time, something tells me it's going out Monday and we're getting it Tuesday. In that case I'll be really pissed and expect full refund on my entire shipping. Or I'll dispute it with my bank.

I'm expecting the card on Tuesday. For me next day delivery + saturday delievery = $25 extra due to me being a Newegg Premier member. I received an invoice in my email today with the credit being initiated back to my Paypal account.
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*shrug*
Edited by dboythagr8 - 3/12/17 at 9:01pm
post #749 of 10572
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Originally Posted by Somasonic View Post

The TXP was never meant to be a consumer gaming card so there's no point getting bent out of shape about it. And the Ti really is reasonably priced however you slice it.

What was the TitanXP supposed to be then?
Ofcourse it was supposed to be a consumer gaming card. What else was it supposed to be other than a scam ofcourse?

Its quite unfortuante that you missed my point isnt it?

The 1080ti is reasonably priced NOW yes. But the 1080 shouldnt have shared the same price tag.
And the "Titan" should have never been sold for the $1000 premium. Since the Titan is really a 1080Ti and was always intended to be a 1080Ti.

Do you get it now ?

Nvidia make great hardware yes, but i have zero respect for them as a company.
Edited by Renairy - 3/12/17 at 9:18pm
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What the market will bear.

Dude makes a good point. Our little hardware niche is nothing compared to fashion. tongue.gif
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