damn it why no price cuts on the 760
They can't possibly sell the 760 for $450 when the 770 is going to be $329!
Where on earth is the 760 $450?
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ooooohh!!! So tempting! Seriously! That 770 has an awesome price! But, I must stick to my original plan and build a PC when the GTX 860 ti comes out. Or 870 if thats $329. Which I hope it will be.
I'll stick to waiting for these to drop below 300 before I snap one up.
I'm so glad I waited :) I'm getting a MSI 780 as soon as the price drops.
huh still that much money hurts. But im sure i could get a great deal on anything higher than my GTX 8800+
Oh wow $50 okay.
What, no price drop on the Titan? nVidia was doing some serious price gouging. And the 290X performs much closer to the Titan then the 780 (beating the Titan in alot of test) so that part had to be priced cheaper.
Unless the 780 ti performs at or above Titan level, the most they can ask for it is ~$600 if they want it to be price competative.
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The R9 290x usually falls right below the 780 not the titian for the avarage gamer, as the majoraty of people run 1080p, The 290x only shines at 1440p or higher
this is good news, thinking about getting a 770 now instead of a 760
What reviews have you been reading? Depending on the game at 1080, the 290x is never worse then a tie with the 780 and often meets or beats the Titan.
Additionally, if you are spending that much money on a card only planning to run it at 1080 then you are wasting money. You can go a couple of steps down, spend half the money, and run games with all the bells and whistles.
Amazon had the GTX 780 for $359.99 a couple days ago before it completely sold out. It seemed to be a price mistake. Other stores like NewEgg still had it at around $519.99.
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