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post #1341 of 1487 (permalink) Old 09-19-2019, 10:33 PM
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The 7850 was in a totally different price category and $25 would be double the mark up over reference msrp vs the markup on AIB 5700 XT's. $20-30 means a lot more when you're only paying for a card in the $200 price range.
Umm....you have it all backwards. The 5700 & the 5700XT are in a totally different price bracket because $$

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Not really. If you can afford the Nitro get it, but the pulse is a great card especially for the small premium over reference.
The XFX Thic II model is actually the same price as SAPPHIRE's PULSE where I'm buying the card, probably going to grab that instead.
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Umm....you have it all backwards. The 5700 & the 5700XT are in a totally different price bracket because $$
A) No one said a thing about the 5700 non XT in any of the posts I'm referencing/quoting.
B) Launch MSRP for the 7850 was $249 which quickly dropped to $239.
C) The 5700 XT is $150-$160 more than the 7850 reference msrp, and is at a completely different price bracket and performance tier, where $20-$30 is a lot less of a difference to anyone thinking about buying a $400 card as opposed to a $240-$250 card (you can't even compare the 5700 non XT).


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After what is it by now, 3 extensions of the deadline? (was 2 last time I checked) because all sensible UK politicians resigned etc. and don't want anything to do with that fiasco. Unable to even exit with any dignity. Well done really, well done

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Right, but you were using it as a counterpoint to debate someone's position on EU pricing. So you can insult it all you want, but it doesn't make you right. It actually strengthens their point because the pound is dropping due to the fiasco.
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Umm....you have it all backwards. The 5700 & the 5700XT are in a totally different price bracket because $$
5700 XT > $400, HD 7870 > $350 ($393 after inflation)
5700 non XT > $350 , HD 7850 > $250 ($280 after inflation)

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Quote: Originally Posted by rv8000 View Post
A) No one said a thing about the 5700 non XT in any of the posts I'm referencing/quoting.
B) Launch MSRP for the 7850 was $249 which quickly dropped to $239.
C) The 5700 XT is $150-$160 more than the 7850 reference msrp, and is at a completely different price bracket and performance tier, where $20-$30 is a lot less of a difference to anyone thinking about buying a $400 card as opposed to a $240-$250 card (you can't even compare the 5700 non XT).

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5700 XT > $400, HD 7870 > $350 ($393 after inflation)
5700 non XT > $350 , HD 7850 > $250 ($280 after inflation)
Time sure does fly and marketing sure does work.

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Time sure does fly and marketing sure does work.
Whether or not you like the current prices is completely irrelevant. The unfortunate situation is these cards now exist in today's price brackets. It doesn't change the fact that 20$ extra when buying a $400 product means a lot less to a consumer than when buying a $250 product.

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Interesting trend regarding these aftermarket cards. Normally, the pricing goes a little out of wack in the wrong direction against the buyer. Here, its who can go the lowest price-wise, while also providing the most incentives. Even Green had to conceive a bit with Navi. I like. We're still missing Taichi and Phantom Gaming cards from asrock.

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Interesting trend regarding these aftermarket cards. Normally, the pricing goes a little out of wack in the wrong direction against the buyer. Here, its who can go the lowest price-wise, while also providing the most incentives. Even Green had to conceive a bit with Navi. I like. We're still missing Taichi and Phantom Gaming cards from asrock.
Newegg has the taichi although its auto notify. $479.99. Tough choice over a cheap 2070 Super.

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Newegg has the taichi although its auto notify. $479.99. Tough choice over a cheap 2070 Super.
$40 above Nitro. Either the heatsink is all copper or there is an insane amount of rgb. Possibly triple slot card. Yeah, with that price: top premium 5700 XT or entry level 2070 S. Personally, I'd take the 5700 XT given equal pricing.

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