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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition Getting Listed

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Dec 18, 2013.

  1. Cristian_25H

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    Gigabyte may have not officially announced its GeForce GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition card but the product is now available on the company's website and it can be found (as a pre-order item) on multiple online shops.

    Gigabyte's new, uber-end card features an 8-phase power design, a WindForce 3X 450W cooler (boasting three fans, two 8 mm and four 6 mm cooper heatpipes), a reinforced backplate, dual 8-pin PCIe power connectors, 2880 CUDA Cores, a GPU Base Clock of 1085 MHz (Boost is 1150 MHz), a 384-bit memory interface, 3 GB of GDDR5 VRAM set to 7000 MHz, and dual-DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs. The GeForce GTX 780 Ti GHz Edition is priced as low as 661 Euro.

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  2. Dj-ElectriC

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    Altough this card holds intense amount of power, i still think the price is rather high. 650$ will do justice IMO
     
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    "as low as 661 Euro" (910$). LOL!!! :)))))))) as low... :))
     
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    That's with 19% VAT (Germany). Translates roughly to 765 USD without VAT. Then you have import taxes which may differ, so I suppose MSRP may be $749 in the US, as the Gigabyte non-GHz Edition is ~$699. Just speculating, though.
     
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    The hardware canuks review put this only $30 above the reference card price I believe

     
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    recently i increased my long term limit by 67% from $300 to $500 to purchase a high end graphics.. but the prices are back to riddiculous. so im lowering my requirements and buying a $300-ish piece.. definitely not what graphics card makers wanted me to do, lol.. i have never been into luxury market.. especially when the product will be substituted in short 6-12 months with something even more luxurious.
     
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    Yeah, but still long way to more than 900$....Wtf! We are paying more than 50% taxes and such!!
     
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    That's not NVIDIA's problem. You're always free to move elsewhere if you don't want to pay extraordinary taxes in the country you're currently residing.
     
  9. Prima.Vera

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    Oh no my friend. IT IS nVidia's problem. Probably you're to little to understand how business works, but you are very naive if you thing a product should cost the same in all countries. You sound like US is the only country in the world without taxes and such. :)))) And btw, the purchasing power parity varies from country to country just like the GDP, so you just cannot have the same price. ;)
    But this is long talk, maybe some other time...

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    And saying that if you don't like it just move somewhere else, it's an immature statement to say the least. Also rude...
     

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