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Promoted 04-26-2016 by brisar at 11:49 AM View Original Post
Newegg via eBay has EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti DirectX 12 6GB GDDR5 PCI Express Video Card (06G-P4-4997-KR) for $569.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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that's four words... and then an incoherent sentence
Thanks, got one. Lowest price ever due to No rebates, No tax, and only $5 shipping. Just know that Nvidia Pascal GPU using 16nm is going to be out in about 7 months and will make this GTX 980 look like a joke.
Last edited by 5thElement; 09-20-2015 at 06:52 PM.

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Nvidia's new 16nm Pascal GPU will be at the very LEAST 2x-3x times as fast.
Its all due to the 16nm process....
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You're a FOOL to buy this with Pascal coming in April. Get educated people...
02-07-2016, 08:43 AM 5thElement

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One word....Pascal in May...
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I don't think there is a single person left on Slickdeals that you haven't informed Pascal is coming. It is getting old.
Aren't the new Nvidia cards coming in the next 4-6 weeks? Seems like these prices won't be that great once the new cards are announced and clearing out existing stock begins.

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so this is the CLASSIFIED $650 one right? $80 cheaper via Newegg on eBay? Trying to figure out from all the different versions, and whether i should bite or wait on Pascal.
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so this is the CLASSIFIED $650 one right? $80 cheaper via Newegg on eBay? Trying to figure out from all the different versions, and whether i should bite or wait on Pascal.
There are 3 different classified models. This one (4997) has reference clock speeds (core clock: 1000MHz) and is currently $609 on neweggs website. The other two (4998 and 0998) have the boosted clock speeds (core clock: 1190MHz). 0998 also uses a different cooler and does not have a backplate. It is a bit confusing and I'm not sure why this 4997 model has reference clock speeds. I think the 0998 was $580 from newegg thru ebay not long ago so I would hold off and pick up one of the two higher clocked models.
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Also available Newegg/Ebay is a MSI Gold Edition 980Ti for $559.99 : http://www.ebay.com/itm/MSI-GeFor...81067#rwid
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I got the hybrid versions for $600 each, but they were b-stock. Honestly, my MB can't keep up with them because its pcie 2.0 and I'm pushing 3x1080p monitors. I like them, just expensive
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Aren't the new Nvidia cards coming in the next 4-6 weeks? Seems like these prices won't be that great once the new cards are announced and clearing out existing stock begins.
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Aren't the new Nvidia cards coming in the next 4-6 weeks? Seems like these prices won't be that great once the new cards are announced and clearing out existing stock begins.
yeah thats my feeling, though the pascal launch wont have the 1080 Ti with it, so the price might stay consistent until 17 or 18 when those finally hit market.
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yeah thats my feeling, though the pascal launch wont have the 1080 Ti with it, so the price might stay consistent until 17 or 18 when those finally hit market.
The non Ti 1080 is supposed to be ~10-15% faster than a 980Ti and have 8gb ram so I'd still expect prices to fall.
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The non Ti 1080 is supposed to be ~10-15% faster than a 980Ti and have 8gb ram so I'd still expect prices to fall.
Where did you see this at? I'm fairly certain that there's no real evidence of how the upcoming releases from Nvidia will perform.

That being said, I'm probably going to get a GTX 970 myself, and then wait to see what happens with the next wave (after the initial) releases of Pascal.
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Where did you see this at? I'm fairly certain that there's no real evidence of how the upcoming releases from Nvidia will perform.

That being said, I'm probably going to get a GTX 970 myself, and then wait to see what happens with the next wave (after the initial) releases of Pascal.
No, there is no clear evidence. They have expounded expected performance based on the size and number of transistors. It's a new architecture so it's certainly possible that it's actually slower per transistor, but that is unlikely. Here is one article that discusses the likely performance gains: http://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforc...-pictured/

(Ignore the cooler stuff, the expected performance stuff is at end of the article)

As far as the 8gb of gddr5, there are several pictures of QS chips leaked all of which show that so its substantiated at this point.
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No, there is no clear evidence. They have expounded expected performance based on the size and number of transistors. It's a new architecture so it's certainly possible that it's actually slower per transistor, but that is unlikely. Here is one article that discusses the likely performance gains: http://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforc...-pictured/

(Ignore the cooler stuff, the expected performance stuff is at end of the article)

As far as the 8gb of gddr5, there are several pictures of QS chips leaked all of which show that so its substantiated at this point.
Thanks for this. I remembe reading this and thinking about the cores and RAM. I'm confident it will be really good, just frustrating about the date getting pushed back so much
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The non Ti 1080 is supposed to be ~10-15% faster than a 980Ti and have 8gb ram so I'd still expect prices to fall.
But rumors of the GTX1080 at $650, so ~14% price increase.
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One word...Pascal in 3 weeks.

You'll be sorry you bougth this 980 TI
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Nvidia pascal soon, I'd wait
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