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Promoted 04-20-2016 by Randy71 at 12:32 PM View Original Post
Newegg.com has MSI GeForce GTX 980Ti 6G LE Graphics Card + Tom Clancy's: The Division Game Code on sale for $559.99 - $30 Rebate = $529.99. Shipping is free. Thanks TDMVP73

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To redeem your Tom Clancy's: The Division Game Code, head over to GeForce. Code must be redeemed by 5/21/16

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And the 780ti replaced the $1000 GTX Titan. The top of the GPU stack will never be a good place to buy if you're looking for long-term value. Whether it drops in price two months from now or a year from now, if you're looking for a top end card, it WILL drop in price after you buy it. Best to decide what your deal-breaker features are (HDCP 2.2 support? Minimum VRAM? Max Wattage?) then pull the trigger when you're sure the card will do everything you need it to, and there aren't any missing features that will make you wish you waited.

For me, buying two 970s a couple months before the 980ti came out with similar price/performance means I find myself still wishing I had that extra 2.5GB of VRAM, for instance...
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500 price coming
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If you sell The Division on Ebay, you could probably get your out of pocket cost to around $495.

That's an awesome price, but with Pascal out soon, I'm not so sure. Last generation, the $330 970 replaced the 780Ti. Will we see a $350 1070 replace the 980 Ti in two months?
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That's an awesome price, but with Pascal out soon, I'm not so sure. Last generation, the $330 970 replaced the 780Ti. Will we see a $350 1070 replace the 980 Ti in two months?
And the 780ti replaced the $1000 GTX Titan. The top of the GPU stack will never be a good place to buy if you're looking for long-term value. Whether it drops in price two months from now or a year from now, if you're looking for a top end card, it WILL drop in price after you buy it. Best to decide what your deal-breaker features are (HDCP 2.2 support? Minimum VRAM? Max Wattage?) then pull the trigger when you're sure the card will do everything you need it to, and there aren't any missing features that will make you wish you waited.

For me, buying two 970s a couple months before the 980ti came out with similar price/performance means I find myself still wishing I had that extra 2.5GB of VRAM, for instance...
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And the 780ti replaced the $1000 GTX Titan. The top of the GPU stack will never be a good place to buy if you're looking for long-term value. Whether it drops in price two months from now or a year from now, if you're looking for a top end card, it WILL drop in price after you buy it. Best to decide what your deal-breaker features are (HDCP 2.2 support? Minimum VRAM? Max Wattage?) then pull the trigger when you're sure the card will do everything you need it to, and there aren't any missing features that will make you wish you waited.

For me, buying two 970s a couple months before the 980ti came out with similar price/performance means I find myself still wishing I had that extra 2.5GB of VRAM, for instance...
Exactly right, I bought a GTX 960 2GB for just under $110 in August and I still think I got a good value.

Even though it would have been nice to have picked up a $180 R9 290 4GB or a $225 R9 390 8GB for heating this winter, I enjoy my silent build. Also I expect a $300 Pascal 1070 to efficiently beat them both by at least 50%.
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When was the last time anything PC related go up in value? These are expandable items, buy it and use it, don't expect it to hold its value like gold commodity.

I am in the market for one and this price is excellent. I'd buy it if it wasn't for the damn CA tax. Come on why is Newegg the only one dumping them?
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When was the last time anything PC related go up in value? These are expandable items, buy it and use it, don't expect it to hold its value like gold commodity.

I am in the market for one and this price is excellent. I'd buy it if it wasn't for the damn CA tax. Come on why is Newegg the only one dumping them?
AMD cards commonly used in bitcoin mining Smilie but that's the only time I've ever seen.
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I didn't notice the rebate, still not too bad. If you're video editor buy it! this perform very well on x99/Haswell-E processors, better yet on the broadwell-E (don't know when it's out), 4k content with effects applied that supports GPU accelerated. I don't think the new Pascal or the new Nvidia will be any better because of software/driver limitation, but for games oh definitely!!
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god damn tempting. I only LoL lately, occasionally play Fallout 4, Dark Souls III, but with my current Radeon everything works fine, but man... tempted to pull the trigger
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This runs BF4 great at 1920x1080 and also does 2560x1440. However, on 3440x1440, it dips below 60FPS on ultra. I wish I would have went with 2560 instead of 3440.
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And the 780ti replaced the $1000 GTX Titan. The top of the GPU stack will never be a good place to buy if you're looking for long-term value. Whether it drops in price two months from now or a year from now, if you're looking for a top end card, it WILL drop in price after you buy it. Best to decide what your deal-breaker features are (HDCP 2.2 support? Minimum VRAM? Max Wattage?) then pull the trigger when you're sure the card will do everything you need it to, and there aren't any missing features that will make you wish you waited.

For me, buying two 970s a couple months before the 980ti came out with similar price/performance means I find myself still wishing I had that extra 2.5GB of VRAM, for instance...
If you run Windows 10 it pools both cards memory if the game you are using has an sli profile so you would actually have 8gb ram unless your 970's are 3gb then you are the same as a ti.
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I'm running two Crossover 27QW's - Dual link DVI ports only. Most of the 980TI cards only have one DVI port (except the Gigabyte I believe), I would need an adapter (usually 40-100$ from the ones I've looked up) to use a card like this for both, right? Been eyeing up the GB card for some time now, it may be worth it to not have to worry about any extra cables / adapters if it'll work directly with these two monitors. Currently on a GTX 670.
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If you run Windows 10 it pools both cards memory if the game you are using has an sli profile so you would actually have 8gb ram unless your 970's are 3gb then you are the same as a ti.
That is not correct. In theory DX12, which is part of Win 10, has the capability to do that down the line but it doesn't work that way right now.
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That is not correct. In theory DX12, which is part of Win 10, has the capability to do that down the line but it doesn't work that way right now.
It does for GTA5 it shows me all 8gb of mem for my sli 980's available in graphics settings menu. Shows only 4gb for one card so it's avail in win 10 unless only that game supports it.
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