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GeForce GTX 780 Ti available November 7th for $699 - lowers 780 price
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Default GeForce GTX 780 Ti available November 7th for $699 - lowers 780 price - 10-28-2013, 14:19 | posts: 21,373 | Location: Guru3D testlab

NVIDIA just let us know that the announced GeForce GTX 780 Ti will be available November 7th for $699. Other then that little is know about the product as specifications have not yet been shared. More news t...

GeForce GTX 780 Ti available November 7th for $699 - lower 780 price
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 14:25 | posts: 4,552 | Location: Israel

780TI prices are higher than 780 typical nvidia, unless they have a stunner. on the other hand 780 to 499$ looks VERY ATTRACTIVE as i would buy it over 290x any day, 770 at 330$ is good.

So nvidia play the price game to the best when they want, and to the worst haha
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 14:28 | posts: 264 | Location: liverpool uk

yep for that money get 1 then ill have 3 cards ......
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 14:30 | posts: 4,552 | Location: Israel

my 680 is very fast and very capable, but if 499$ carries to my country i might get GK110 before Maxwell hits
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 14:33 | posts: 6,918 | Location: Dubai

Nice I guess but I realllly doubt I would see the $499 equivalent price for the 780 even for new stock and Nv doesn't bundle games in their cards in all regions so meh (for me).
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 14:37 | posts: 11,996 | Location: new jersey

Well i am not bitching give it a month and amd will be forced to do the same
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 14:37 | posts: 1,194 | Location: Southampton, UK

Prices on Scan starting at 399, nice! was hoping this was about to happen! Now to buy new or to wait for the second hand market to catch up and buy for 300-350.. hmmm
   
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i wonder is it worth giving up 680 for 780? considering if i do it my next card will be maxwell refresh and it seems that maxwell gonna teach kepler a lesson

hmm
   
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May sell my 770 lightning and pick up a 780 gaming when the prices drop.
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 14:46 | posts: 1,194 | Location: Southampton, UK

^ I found the jump from GK104 to GK110 really noticeable. Higher minimum frame rates is the biggest thing for me..
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 14:49 | posts: 783

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i wonder is it worth giving up 680 for 780? considering if i do it my next card will be maxwell refresh and it seems that maxwell gonna teach kepler a lesson

hmm
There probably will be a significant difference but I would suggest you look into purchasing an used 680 instead. IMHO that's the most efficient use of an upgrade whether it is till Maxwell or afterwards.
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 14:56 | posts: 6,918 | Location: Dubai

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i wonder is it worth giving up 680 for 780? considering if i do it my next card will be maxwell refresh and it seems that maxwell gonna teach kepler a lesson

hmm
Yeah, get the 780 as the extra 1GB VRAM should help upcoming games run smoother than they would have on 2GB and later on get Maxwell's refresh.
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 16:16 | posts: 4,552 | Location: Israel

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There probably will be a significant difference but I would suggest you look into purchasing an used 680 instead. IMHO that's the most efficient use of an upgrade whether it is till Maxwell or afterwards.
My motherboard will limit the SLI to X4/X4 and i hate dual card.

Hmm seems going from GK104 to GK110 will be good, anyone that did that and very happy?
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 16:19 | posts: 5,683 | Location: PA, USA

Hmm really, $499 USD for a 780?

Well ditch the R9-290X idea then. Guess I'm going SLI in the near future.

I kind of wanted to avoid SLI/Xfire setups if I could, but this is too good of a deal and with BF4 right around the corner.

Soon as these drop, I guess I'll pick one up.
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 16:21 | posts: 1,377 | Location: Inside My Thoughts..

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my 680 is very fast and very capable, but if 499$ carries to my country i might get GK110 before Maxwell hits
WOW!!!!! THE 780 WENT DOWN 100-120EUROS IN THE EU!!

Custom 780's going for 420-450euros!
   
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Yep, now its really worth it.

Although that shop with cheapest 387 stock Zotac 780GTX disappeared from Geizhalz.eu heh.. Actually all cheapest prices from that store are gone.

Now its from 420-470.



Hopefully that 699$ for 780Ti translates in 509, that would still be very cheap imo.

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there is no hope for weak amd

now 780ti is gonna crush 290x, 780 will simply be faster than 290...and q1 2014 there is maxwell in game bad moments for the red team are coming again
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 16:35 | posts: 4,284 | Location: Serbia, NS

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there is no hope for weak amd

now 780ti is gonna crush 290x, 780 will simply be faster than 290...and q1 2014 there is maxwell in game bad moments for the red team are coming again
You are don't know what you are talking about, do you?
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 16:42 | posts: 8,088 | Location: Urban`Jungle

@Warlord
Not really.. both high-end 20nm products (Vulcanic Islands and Maxwell) are due Q3-Q4 2014, apparently and imo it will be something like that.


There is no loss for AMD either - its not "weak", the only flaw by 290X is its hot. But you can fix that a bit with custom fan profile, default is way to slow. Nvm custom coolers, those can keep it Cool at 1200mhz.



Edit: Undying pretty much nailed it ;D
   
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Nvidia must be panicking, prices have dropped even further now

   
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Default 10-28-2013, 17:05 | posts: 4,494 | Location: Romania

Still too expensive, I think aftermarket 290Xs when they come out will be the better price/performance choice.
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 17:28 | posts: 1,377 | Location: Inside My Thoughts..

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Yep, now its really worth it.

Although that shop with cheapest 387 stock Zotac 780GTX disappeared from Geizhalz.eu heh.. Actually all cheapest prices from that store are gone.

Now its from 420-470.

Hopefully that 699$ for 780Ti translates in 509, that would still be very cheap imo.
Tj this is not directed to you man but in general but I quoted you because you mentioned that "cheapest shop".

When I talk prices I talk about shops that ship to my country and if its just for reference for another member I only referring to trusted/known/reputable shops.

Just pointing that out. And always buy from reputable shops guy. With good reviews if possible. Otherwise its your own risk..

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Nvidia must be panicking, prices have dropped even further now

What do you mean Rich?? Please explain! You mean they dropped even further than the 420-460euros??

Post some links or something please.
   
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Default 10-28-2013, 17:29 | posts: 12,153 | Location: England

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Nvidia must be panicking, prices have dropped even further now

I don't know about panicking but they should certainly be very concerned as AMD are really pushing the boat out with Mantle, reasonably priced (at least compared with the GTX 780 and GTX Titan at launch) graphics cards and, let's not forget, that they also provide the GPUs for all three next-gen consoles (although calling the Wii U 'next-gen' might be pushing it really). Their AMD Evolved branding also seems more prominent these days in major PC releases than NVIDIA's "The Way It's Meant to be Played" equivalent.

NVIDIA have Shield (minority appeal at best), some fairly good drivers (for me but with long outstanding issues for some people), hardware PhysX (very poorly supported outside of a few major games like the Batman Arkham series) and not a lot else really. I really do think that AMD will become the bigger of the two over the next few years and there may a point where I may even consider buying one of their cards again. NVIDIA have always had nice extras in their drivers such as anti-aliasing and ambient occlusion compatibility flags but the former is dying a death due to the rise in the number of DX11 games, which NVIDIA have chosen not to support, and the latter is poorly supported outside of a few titles.

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Default 10-28-2013, 17:32 | posts: 187

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there is no hope for weak amd

now 780ti is gonna crush 290x, 780 will simply be faster than 290...and q1 2014 there is maxwell in game bad moments for the red team are coming again

I hope you are not serious, in QHD resolution 290X beats Titan in most benchmarks and only couple of frames less in others (which IMO only because of beta drivers).
Also in 4K 290X beats titan by as much as 10 frames

So no, the only way for 780Ti to beat 290X is if it beats Titan too.
   
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