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EVGA GTX 980 Ti FTW ACX 2.0 6GB GDDR5 @ $450 after $30 MIR at newegg with F/S

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Newegg has Nvidia GTX 980 Ti FTW ACX 2.0 Factory overclocked Graphics car at $450 after $30 Mail in Rebate. This card has a Backplate already installed and also comes with 1190 MHz Core Clock speed (over 1000MHz Stock) and 1291MHz Boost Clock (over 1075MHz Stock) speed. Memory Clock is also boosted by 10MHz (7010MHz over normal 7000MHz)

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6814487160

SPEC:
  • GTX 980 Ti GPU with 2816 Stream processors, Dual Slot
  • 6GB GDDR5 @ 7010MHz effective
  • 1190 MHz Core Clock & 1291MHz Boost Clock Speed
  • HDMI 2.0, Dual Link DVI-I, 3 X Display Port 1.2
  • 275W Max Power Draw
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Not worth it unless it's below $350
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I have to disagree with the other poster (nothing personal, just a different opinion). For me, this is definitely worth it. I have been waiting for this card to hit this price point for quite a while. I ordered a GTX970 a few days ago, not thinkning the 980's would drop any lower in the near future, but then cancelled that order for this.

A much needed improvement from my GTX550ti.

Technology will constantly improve and the price for previous models will drop as the new ones come out. I could have waited another year for the GTX1080 price to drop, just to say I got a 1080, but I am tired of waiting and needed an upgrade badly.

Thanks for posting this!

BTW, I used gift card I had purchased from a previous SlickDeals promo, where I earned $5 per $25 gift card purchase. Awesome to be able to stack savings like this.
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Quote from c0p0ut View Post :
I have to disagree with the other poster (nothing personal, just a different opinion). For me, this is definitely worth it. I have been waiting for this card to hit this price point for quite a while. I ordered a GTX970 a few days ago, not thinkning the 980's would drop any lower in the near future, but then cancelled that order for this.

A much needed improvement from my GTX550ti.

Technology will constantly improve and the price for previous models will drop as the new ones come out. I could have waited another year for the GTX1080 price to drop, just to say I got a 1080, but I am tired of waiting and needed an upgrade badly.

Thanks for posting this!

BTW, I used gift card I had purchased from a previous SlickDeals promo, where I earned $5 per $25 gift card purchase. Awesome to be able to stack savings like this.
You lived this long with gtx550ti and can't even wait a few more months for gtx 1070 that is faster and cheaper than this gtx980 ti ?
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Quote from alexplieu View Post :
You lived this long with gtx550ti and can't even wait a few more months for gtx 1070 that is faster and cheaper than this gtx980 ti ?
From what I've seen the 1070 is within 1% of the 980 Ti averaged across a lot of games. However, the 980 Ti is, on average, a much better overclocker and ends up being about 10% faster than the 1070 with both overclocked.

Of course, if you are worried about power usage the 1070 will win. Also, future updates for the 1070 could increase performance some (although maybe same could be said about 980 Ti). Overall, a 980 Ti is not the irrational purchase people are making it out to be, especially if you need a card now.
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Quote from luvboox View Post :
From what I've seen the 1070 is within 1% of the 980 Ti averaged across a lot of games. However, the 980 Ti is, on average, a much better overclocker and ends up being about 10% faster than the 1070 with both overclocked.

Of course, if you are worried about power usage the 1070 will win. Also, future updates for the 1070 could increase performance some (although maybe same could be said about 980 Ti). Overall, a 980 Ti is not the irrational purchase people are making it out to be, especially if you need a card now.
Not sure if links work here, but hardocp overclock review of gtx 1070 is 11% faster then gtx Titan. I can only see a few valid reason to get gtx 980ti, either you can't wait or you want to sli
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Quote from alexplieu View Post :
Not sure if links work here, but hardocp overclock review of gtx 1070 is 11% faster then gtx Titan.
what you mean synthetic benchmarks? Rolleyes2

And yeah... links work just fine here. If you got one, post it.
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