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Does this mean that it will be available for purchase on the 25th?
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post #72 of 87
If the price is right I might grab one of these.
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Those are not actual scores but "predictions"...
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I don't get why Nvidia is competing with ATI in the mid-range market while the 5970 remains king! I mean seriously, its great and all to have a variety of mid-range GPU's but we don't need 1 000 different models in the same area (mid-range) Why can't Nvidia make a card that rivals the 5970 and stop competing at the mid-range arena??
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I don't get why Nvidia is competing with ATI in the mid-range market while the 5970 remains king! I mean seriously, its great and all to have a variety of mid-range GPU's but we don't need 1 000 different models in the same area (mid-range) Why can't Nvidia make a card that rivals the 5970 and stop competing at the mid-range arena??
Because nVidia is run by businessmen, not geeks. If they didn't compete in the lower markets - where all the money is - they would have folded long before now.

Low to mid-range is where the cash is, and in this world cash is king.
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Companies make more selling midrange products because they are cheaper to manufacture and typically are bought more then the high end parts due to their price tags.
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I'd like to see comparisons against heavily OC'd 460's before I rush out and buy one though.
I would like to see those too.
But I dont see the 460 doing super well against it when the 560 has ~50 extra cores and a 100+Mhz core clock increase.
Especially if the 560 is overclocked in the comparison.

Still data I want to see though.
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Might have to grab another 460 when the prices drop more...
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I am so glad I didn't buy the GTX460, like I was planning to in December! Hopefully I can pick this thing up in the near future, it looks to be a very promising card, perfect for the mid-range market where the majority of GPU shoppers tend to look at.
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Companies make more selling midrange products because they are cheaper to manufacture and typically are bought more then the high end parts due to their price tags.
Especially if your fastest card consists out of two linked semi enthusiast GPUs which suffer from MS. If you want the fastest setup for $700 or so, then there are often better options for the same or less money.
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