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post #591 of 1460 (permalink) Old 09-11-2014, 05:57 AM
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Wow I really like that Twin Frozr V. I hope the cooling and noise are as good as it is beautiful thumb.gif



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Wow I really like that Twin Frozr V. I hope the cooling and noise are as good as it is beautiful thumb.gif

Please go back a few pages, find the source TPU is referencing without linking to it. You will know you have found the right post because it includes the same pictures. Auto translate calls it a new 770.

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It seems that the biggest PC parts retailer here in our country has some more information regarding the new cards. https://www.facebook.com/pchub?fref=nf

Looking at the GTX 970/980-related post and the comments below, not only is there a shot of a Zotac 970, what's most interesting to me are the price ranges of the cards with the 980 being about the same price as the 780Ti here in our country and the 970 priced slightly lower than a stock 780. Nothing is confirmed though, but I guess the $500 price for the 980 may not be true after all?
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I already said that in another thread but what people don't realise is even if it's 10% over a Ti that's alot, because, there will be overclocked models and those will be clockable too ! (hopefully pretty high..)


10% is not a lot and would barely even be noticeable if we were talking about trying to maintain 60fps which where the average gamer is sitting right now, monitor wise. Not to mention you seem to forget that the 780 ti is also overclockable, and highly at that. That 10% won't change with any kind of standard overclocking.

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It seems that the biggest PC parts retailer here in our country has some more information regarding the new cards. https://www.facebook.com/pchub?fref=nf

Looking at the GTX 970/980-related post and the comments below, not only is there a shot of a Zotac 970, what's most interesting to me are the price ranges of the cards with the 980 being about the same price as the 780Ti here in our country and the 970 priced slightly lower than a stock 780. Nothing is confirmed though, but I guess the $500 price for the 980 may not be true after all?

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Yeah...this one I'll believe.
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Haha, not buying a GM104 chip for GK110 prices.

Regardless of the performance benchmarks that are or aren't to be believed, there's a principle issue here; you don't pay full-chip prices for a gimp-chip card.

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Haha, not buying a GM104 chip for GK110 prices.

Regardless of the performance benchmarks that are or aren't to be believed, there's a principle issue here; you don't pay full-chip prices for a gimp-chip card.

And if the 104 chip is only sold at, say, $750, and the 110 chip is only sold at $1250, what do you do then? Refuse to buy anything, I guess? Nvidia has decided that we'll pay more and more, and they're right, because we do.

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And if the 104 chip is only sold at, say, $750, and the 110 chip is only sold at $1250, what do you do then? Refuse to buy anything, I guess? Nvidia has decided that we'll pay more and more, and they're right, because we do.

you wait for AMD to start playing the game (so prices get more realistic), or you vote with your wallet and sit out.

edit: I'd be interested to see how NV predicts this would sell at such a high price-point (if the price-point is to be believed). It is, after all, 28nm.

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