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GeForce GTX 770 Specifications Leaked, Could Surprise with Pricing

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, May 29, 2013.

  1. Crap Daddy

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    Why would AMD be sensible? It might sound strange but I think that 7970 is pretty expensive for a card that's on the market for more than a year and which, let's face it, out of the box is far from an outstanding performance leap over previous gen. I don't think they can afford to wait for 20nm in Q2 2014 so I think we'll see a respin of Tahiti which will at least match the 780. I'm pretty convinced that if they pull this off we'll see an AMD flagship at $600. Doom and gloom.
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    Exactly, AMD left the door WIDE OPEN for nVidia and they didn't need an invite to take advantage.

    Couple that with the fact their drivers clearly weren't up to speed at launch...

    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2013...iver_performance_summary_review/#.UaYywdKmj6h

    ...all results in nV's mid-range chip competing just dandy thanks very much. People were quick to forget the 680 also launch a bit cheaper too.
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    a 680 is already in that price, and lower if used, so no point getting 770, only the 780s
  5. Fluffmeister

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    No need to repeat yourself.
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    If they let this GTX770 have 5-8% more than the GTX680, that still has another approximately 15% to raise to a GTX780. To me it sounds like there almost has to be something like a GTX780 SE in the future.

    While all this talk of who priced whom out first and the series of events that went down now a year and a half a ago is a tangled mess. There was plenty of blame, failure, and money gabbing antics to go around, while don't forget much of it hinged on TSMC and their problems and price increase on the 28Nm fabs. If it had been all that simple... but it wasn't.
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    It also was release 3 months after in a lower memory variant. $499 with 2GB. Hard press to find a 4gb variant under $520 a year later.

    Aslong as people are willing to pay high prices they arent going to be coming down anytime soon.

    I bought a 7970 in late July 2012 for $369.99. Prices havent changed much.
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    I think the 770 will be about 12% behind the 780, should be a killer card for people like me.
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    Put some batteries in that calculator. 2GB (and the GTX 770 will be 2GB in reference trim) GTX 680's range from $420-500. Seventeen SKU's. Average price after MIR $448...which IMO will likely be the 770's MSRP (reference design)
    Average price on Newegg $410 ($404 for non-GHz Edition SKUs only)
    Gotta love the size of that packaging. Makes for a $US80 shipping charge from the US for me with any DC2 card- at least EVGA keep the depth of the box down to a reasonable level ( ~$US48 priority shipping by comparison)
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  10. OneCool

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    Id say the price was off.It will release at $500-550 US.
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    The average price of a GTX 680 2GB variant is $482 out of 19 using MIR pricing.

    Sparkle being the lowest at $419.99 and EVGA the highest $599.99

    Even if you take out the two most expensive GTX 680 2GB average is $473

    Not off by much $25-34 dollars


    TechPowerUp GPU Database pricing for the GTX 770 is $549
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    Nvidia aint stupid.....ride the wave....rake in the profit. Amd simply undervalues their product which would be fine if they sold a ton of it. To us it might not be worth it...... but many think otherwise,
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    Probably because the MIR's are being pulled from the SKUs. Two models have had MIRs removed since you posted. Average price is now $475.
    The EVGA is a MAC Edition, and is no more indicative of price than this is.
    Well, we'll find out soon enough. The database is pretty fluid, and can change pretty rapidly. Up until very recently you could find an entry for the HD 8870. It only took a post from Dave Baumann to render the information useless.
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    The new G92. Expect to see it again and again at ever lower price brackets.
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    So, what would this make a used 670 be worth? My old 480 is choking out....
  16. HumanSmoke

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    You might not see too much price reduction of the GTX 670 until the GTX 760 Ti launches (next week?) which will effectively make the 670 EoL.
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    So when are the 7xx cards coming? When will we see reviews?
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    "Yes AMD, please release something so people can get cheaper nVidia cards."

    Somehow, I don't see that as a concern for AMD.
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    The 680 price probably won't drop much at all. It will simply be phased out to make way for the 770.

    I am interested to see just how far the 770 can clock with the superior Titan cooler. I would imagine a 770 running around 1350-1400/8000 could be quite interesting from a performance standpoint.

    Will it clock high enough to get close to a stock 780? My assumption is no, but the refined process, much faster memory, a higher power target/higher available voltage and better cooler (allowing it to boost higher) could make it quite interesting.
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    Nvidia seriously must have put something in the koolaid about that cooler.... it's still just a stock blower cooler that is outclassed by every open air cooler out there in terms of performance. The 770 will do better on every custom cooler out there compared to the stock Titan one.

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