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They're taking advantage of the whole "mining" shortage. It's all BS. I paid my R9 290x 160$cad... now selling 360$ used. What the hell.
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Originally Posted by Just a nickname View Post

They're taking advantage of the whole "mining" shortage. It's all BS. I paid my R9 290x 160$cad... now selling 360$ used. What the hell.

Yeah. It is good excuse. I do not think you make much with mining now if you buy a Vega or Nvidia card.
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gp107 is entry, gp104 (gtx 1070/1080) is the true midrange. nvidia got away with doubling their prices across the board when amd quit the high end market
GP100 --- no consumer GPU
GP102 --- GTX 1080 Ti
GP104 --- GTX 1080 , GTX 1070 ... GTX 1070 Ti?
GP106 --- GTX 1060 6GB , GTX 1060 3GB
GP107 --- GTX 1050 Ti 4GB , GTX 1050
GP108 --- GT 1030
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I'm fairly content with it, though I know it sucks for anyone trying to buy a card at the moment in the mid-range area. I bought a Strix 480 a month or 2 before the mining craze, for $190 new in store. 6 or 7 months later, sold it for a cool $400 on eBay, and turned around and bought a 2 month old MSI 1080 (non Ti) for $470. I'm good for awhile I think.
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gp107 is entry, gp104 (gtx 1070/1080) is the true midrange. nvidia got away with doubling their prices across the board when amd quit the high end market

Internal nomenclature and die sizes do not dictate Nvidia's SRP. Relative performance does.
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GP100 --- no consumer GPU because no competition
GP102 --- Titan XP, Titan X, GTX 1080 Ti
GP104 --- GTX 1080 , GTX 1070
GP106 --- GTX 1060
GP107 --- GTX 1050 Ti 4GB , GTX 1050
GP108 --- GT 1030

looks like mid-range to me
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Internal nomenclature and die sizes do not dictate Nvidia's SRP. Relative performance does.

relative performance places gp104 in the middle of the nvidia lineup as has always been the case with X04 GPUs. the difference is nowadays they prefer to release mid-range first and hold their cards until amd's response (if any)
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I'm fairly content with it, though I know it sucks for anyone trying to buy a card at the moment in the mid-range area. I bought a Strix 480 a month or 2 before the mining craze, for $190 new in store. 6 or 7 months later, sold it for a cool $400 on eBay, and turned around and bought a 2 month old MSI 1080 (non Ti) for $470. I'm good for awhile I think.
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looks like mid-range to me
relative performance places gp104 in the middle of the nvidia lineup as has always been the case with X04 GPUs. the difference is nowadays they prefer to release mid-range first and hold their cards until amd's response (if any)

I guess I have to elaborate:

Relative performance to the competition and the previous generation.
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relative performance places gp104 in the middle of the nvidia lineup as has always been the case with X04 GPUs. the difference is nowadays they prefer to release mid-range first and hold their cards until amd's response (if any)

Only a few months ago, the GP104 was the top card of the bunch.
On release date, if you remove the gtx 1080 ti, the 1080 and 1070 were top end, 1060 and 1050 were mid range, and previous cards were low range.
Now the 1080 TI and titan Xp have just taken over the super lucrative top end were the special cards and dual core used to be.

Relative performance, the 1060 and 1050 are making the mid range the same as the as the 570 and 560 are making the mid range, with the 550 and 540 making the low range.
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Personally, I don't like to think of the 1050Ti as mid-range because it's the absolute bare minimum I could tolerate for 1080p gaming.
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