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MSI GTX 750 Ti Gaming 2048 MB

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^^^^ No it wasn't. The quote follows the link not the other way around.

What you give us is from memory... [snip]
And all mostly irrelevant. This all stems from your initial point (?)...
R7 265 only in 2Gb adding higher clocks in core/memory, all at a MSRP (yet to be seen) $150;
of comparing cards launched today- and available today- at their MSRP against a card that was paper launched, is nowhere to be seen outside of a review bench, at a price point you're hoping will be MSRP - given the mark-up on the 270, probably an unlikely eventuality
 
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What you give us is from memory... base on that you remember "contemplating" some other deal you might have gone with, without any backup. One deal here or huge rebate there does not a trend make. Then when there at least some credible information you say it's flawed? You can trust your memory, but to downplay such resources exposes you as the charlatan you are.
You havn't been reading anything I have posted (typical of a fanboy). Credible information ? The information posted says that two cards that are faster where cheaper and that they countered Nvidia by raising the prices according to the graph going up....... (so your basically admitting that AMD is mentally retarded if you agree with the chart).

The 7870ghz was lowered in price as a counter to the GTX 660 dropping in price and the 650ti boost hitting the market at almost the same time. This isn't a "deal" or "special rebate" offer, this is a freaking COUNTER price that happens all the freaking time in the open market (that's like saying "dur 7950 didn't drop in price, it was the rebates !: when the 7950 dropped from $450 to $350 once the GTX 670 was released).

No it wasn't a super deal or rebate, it was a counter to a NVidia price drop...... (how is this so hard to understand ?).
 
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Why do I get the feeling they are trying to destroy the middle class
 
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R7 265 only in 2Gb adding higher clocks in core/memory, all at a MSRP (yet to be seen) $150
card that was paper launched, is nowhere to be seen outside of a review bench, at a price point you're hoping will be MSRP - given the mark-up on the 270, probably an unlikely eventuality
AMD won’t have any "War Chest" of R7 265’s to counter and those will get swirled up in that whole Litecion frenzy that makes even the 270’s become just plain stupid crazy pricing at least here in the States.
Your just being argumentative in your own head, I know darn good a well what AMD faces moving forward.

From March to the end of November, the 7870ghz was a $140-160 card
The 7870ghz was lowered in price as a counter to the GTX 660 dropping in price and the 650ti boost hitting the market at almost the same time.
So talking about?

As late as May 11th, 3 month after the release of the GTX 650 Ti Boost W1zzards review provides the reference GTX 660 at $200.
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_650_Ti_Boost_TF_Gaming/

Sep 8th, 2012
http://videocardz.com/34813/nvidia-mulls-price-cuts-on-geforce-gtx-660ti
Quick price check on Newegg:
NVIDIA GeForce 600 Series

  • GeForce GT 640 – $95
  • GeForce GTX 650 – $149 (September 13th)
  • GeForce GTX 660 – $229 (September 13th)
  • GeForce GTX 660 Ti – $279
Sep 23rd, 2013 W1zzard; "At around $210 for MSI's overclocked GTX 660 GAMING, pricing seems a bit high. The cheapest GeForce GTX 660 is available for $190. MSI is then asking a $20 price premium for the GTX 660 GAMING we are reviewing today."
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_660_Gaming/
http://www.techpowerup.com/192257/nvidia-sets-up-price-cuts-in-response-to-radeon-r9-series.html
 
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So talking about?

As late as May 11th, 3 month after the release of the GTX 650 Ti Boost W1zzards review provides the reference GTX 660 at $200.
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_650_Ti_Boost_TF_Gaming/
I have the invoice from my purchase (April 12th 2013) and the GTX 660 SC edition was $180 with no sale/price reduction (it was only a $10 premium over the $170 standard model).

I don't know why your arguing with someone who freaking spend months researching and eventually bought the damn card himself.
 
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Now first week of March and this MSI Gaming is at egg for $180 -AR$10 and $5.67 for shipping.
Keep looking for an R7 265 to get listed... not as of yet?
 
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Note: 90 seconds of searching found the EVGA 750 Ti SuperClocked at $150 and EVGA 750 Ti FTW $160, so obviously time to fact check isn't a consideration for Casecutter)
Now as of today the EVGA 750 Ti FTW is $180 shipping $4, although that's not as outlandish as the single-fan EVGA 750 Ti SuperClocked which is $170 with 5.36 to ship.

Egg listed the Sapphire R7 265 card, and it's sold-out it was for $150
 
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Now as of today the EVGA 750 Ti FTW is $180 shipping $4, although that's not as outlandish as the single-fan EVGA 750 Ti SuperClocked which is $170 with 5.36 to ship.
Egg listed the Sapphire R7 265 card, and it's sold-out it was for $150+ $5.39 shipping
Fixed it for you. By "fixed" I mean amended the pricing to show it's true comparison rather than your juvenile attempt to skew the pricing comparison.
And....Seriously? 750 Ti SC $160 at Amazon (with free shipping), FTW and SC $170 and $150 respectively at EVGA.
 
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I'm happy that I got this MSI card at $160 before the price spike on NCIX US. I was able to push the memory +600 and core clock +225 without modifying the bios or power tables. 305 kh/s mining rate. My GTX 770 was doing 318 kh/s on average. NVidia is trying to make performance per watt the new premium to pay for.
 

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Just bough tthis, and well... it's gonna be the last time I buy MSI, that's for sure. The 1085 default clock speed is incorrect - looks like MSI shipped different versions for review than they are selling retail. Retail version default clock speed is 1059, with some useless "gaming app" which "allows" you to OC it to 1085. So, basically, same max OC as the ASUS card, but with a DVI port less and for more money.

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PS: The 1190 is from afterburner...
 

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Same thing with the 760 MINI model, but I'd rather have a trouble free card than 2 more speed bins + TDR / BSOD.