Published on 23rd May 2013 by
Originally Posted by Harlequin20% improvement for 85% increased cost isn't 1/2 ahalf way house
Originally Posted by rollo£550 compared to Titan prices is cheap enough very expensive compared to other cards. There's been rumours for months that the 28nm process was more expensive than most had relised so prices where expected to rise some. £420 to £550 is not entirely unexpected or if I'm honest that unreasonable.
Considering most are likely waiting for the 770 which should be priced alot lower than this card is at the moment.
In all honesty graphics cards have not really moved in price in years despite the costs going up, nvidia are first out of the door with the new Gpu series, AMD will be lucky to get a 2013 release if I was nvidia I'd be doing what they are now myself.
I don't intend to upgrade myself due to lack of space for multi monitor setup so will be holding off but those On a 580 would see a good 60-70% performance boost single card.
Originally Posted by jimmyjjFar too far out of my league price wise.
Looking forward to the GTX 770 review,
Originally Posted by ssj12Price is really high, but I wonder if they are hoping enough sells to make back some money then drop the price of the Titan and every card in the 7xx series.
Originally Posted by toolio20HAHAHAHAwhat? Nvidia does not lower prices, at least until idiots quit buying their overpriced products.
And yes - I'm calling anyone who would buy this card for 550 quidditch (over $800 in real money!) an idiot. Not because they're buying a specific brand but rather for their refusal to understand the concepts of "value" and/or "overclocking."
Their software is still better than AMD's (though that gap is actually closing) but other than that - oh, and PhysX, the biggest game-changing technology since Power over ESATA and Microsoft BOB...
Originally Posted by GravitySmackedThe only idiot is the person insulting others for not having the same opinion as him.
Originally Posted by ShirtyThe 8800 Ultra cost around £475 at launch and was promptly reduced to £440. Therefore it wouldn't surprise me if we see cards under £500 in the not too distant future...
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