Published on 31st May 2013 by
Originally Posted by ShirtyThe best thing about this card its what it'll do to prices.
Originally Posted by damien cIt's dropped the prices of the 680's, but it has also killed the resale prices of the 680's I think as well to the point I won't be bothering selling my 680's when I come to upgrade and will put them in dad's pc.
Originally Posted by Chris_WaddleAlso nice to see Bit-Tech getting another review up nice and early in the morning rather than too late in the day. So much better than having to go elsewhere for the info.
Originally Posted by Harlequinbooo would have been nice to see some GTX 570 and 470 numbers , so show just how much of a bump this would have been :D
Originally Posted by runadumbAnandtech has 570 numbers. Its a sizeable jump, especially as you get into higher resolutions. 85% in places.
Originally Posted by runadumbThat being said there's still the niggling doubt in the back of my mind that reminds me these are a stop-gap solution and Maxwell may be out in 12 months. Not a terribly long wait.
Originally Posted by Harlequinmore like GTX 680 ghz edition.
Originally Posted by Chris_WaddleI've been having a look at the prices this morning and have noticed that none of the 770's for sale at Scan have the Titan style cooler. I'll be honest, if I wanted one (which I don't) I would want it with the Titan style cooler as per the review.
Is there any reason why the retail cards don't have the Titan style cooler?
Originally Posted by jinq-seaHaha! This. Or a GTX680+...
I'm not sure why they've stuck with 2Gb of VRAM, either - 3Gb standard was one of my main reasons for going AMD again :)
Originally Posted by DriftCarlDamn, I will be doing a new pc build in September, so I don't know if I should get a cheap card until Maxwell is out or just get a good card at the time. I have a 470 GTX at the moment so anything I get is going to be a big jump, but I don't want to get a card on the current architecture if the next one comes out a month later :(
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