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I didn't really even think about ATI/Radeon because I didn't own any of them. $600 usd seems like the average price for the Nvidia flagships I have bought over the years from the 8800 gtx to 1080ti.

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folks have rose tinted glasses when it comes to AMD pricing, and like to pretend the 7970 only got released one or two times, and that AMD basically gave it away, along with health care & college.

I always come to the conclusion that those folks simply had the card purchased for them by someone. Possibly as a birthday or holiday present. idk... OR purchased the card they have during one of the 13435463245 refreshes.

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Well, the 1080 launched at $500 as the top card. The 1080Ti launched at $700, which topped that and we eat it up like hotcakes. We aint going back to $500 top cards unless something drastic happens.

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$400usd for a flagship? I can't remember the last time (if ever) I paid that little for a flagship. Maybe the 9800gtx but that was just a refresh.
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i think I paid near $600 for my 480. Maybe more? IdK... I had been gimping along el-cheepo AMD solutions, & stolen parts from school until that.

can't throw any shade at the AMD 6570 though. That little single slot card is a beast. I still use it to this day as my troubleshooter, as it's solid as a rock and will boot from xp to win10 without the power plugged in, every time.
GTX 580 and then GTX 680 launched at $499.

THe 680 being a true flagship is surely debatable, but it was the top card in its day.

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$400usd for a flagship? I can't remember the last time (if ever) I paid that little for a flagship. Maybe the 9800gtx but that was just a refresh.

ATI Radeon 9700 Pro was $399....and it was awesome.

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Well, the 1080 launched at $500 as the top card. The 1080Ti launched at $700, which topped that and we eat it up like hotcakes. We aint going back to $500 top cards unless something drastic happens.
The GTX 1080 launched at $599/$699 for the FE, GTX 1070 $379/$449 for the FE. The last $500 top cards would of been the GTX 580/680 if I recall. AMD and nVidia cards were all $550+ since that time.

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We won't have another 1080ti type card for a long time.


Suckers who bought a 2080ti at 1000USD I have no pity for them. But there also the reason why we have this mess.

2080ti are still 1550-1600 CAD up here. That pricing makes me sick.
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We won't have another 1080ti type card for a long time.


Suckers who bought a 2080ti at 1000USD I have no pity for them. But there also the reason why we have this mess.

2080ti are still 1550-1600 CAD up here. That pricing makes me sick.
Those people who bought those 2080 ti cards can now do much more than just game on them. Hopefully they utilize the other features and make their money back.

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We won't have another 1080ti type card for a long time.


Suckers who bought a 2080ti at 1000USD I have no pity for them. But there also the reason why we have this mess.

2080ti are still 1550-1600 CAD up here. That pricing makes me sick.
Those people who bought those 2080 ti cards can now do much more than just game on them. Hopefully they utilize the other features and make their money back.
I bet 90% of user or more use em for only gaming.

Stop harping on about AI usage or workstation application when majority of people are wanting them for gaming. That just trying to soften the blow for nvidia bending gamers over.
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GTX 580 and then GTX 680 launched at $499.

THe 680 being a true flagship is surely debatable, but it was the top card in its day.
mid tier flagship then and now. Titan step was an epic step tho, anyone who took it will agree.

yes, NV's extremely well calculated response to a flopping @ the time AMD. then the folks say "but 7970 ended up beating 680 eventually!" yes, that eventually is the bit that makes it relevant.

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