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Nvidia GTX 1070 Founders Edition - $449 back in stock! Several Websites

ilinan87 42 14 June 21, 2016 at 09:43 AM in Tech & Electronics (5) More Dell Home & Office Deals
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Last Edited by ilinan87 June 21, 2016 at 09:55 AM
First post so please bare with me. Any input is appreciated.

Looks like the GTX 1070 is back in stock from NVIDIA for $449.

http://www.geforce.com/hardware/1...e-gtx-1070

dell.com -$499. If you use dell credit, you can get $50 back.

http://accessories.dell.com/sna/p...u=A8993624

pny.com -$449

https://www.pny.com/geforce-gtx-1...10708PB-CG


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They've been flipping in and out of stock on newegg, amazon and nvidias own store. The stock seems to last about 5 minutes. I'm guessing within a week they'll be widely available.

Still surprised the prices on the 900 series and R9's hasn't been dropping more.
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On the fence, how much better will the non founders cards be.
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Quote from BlackHawk77 View Post :
On the fence, how much better will the non founders cards be.
Depends on what you want. The founders cards are single fan, exhaust out the backplate (nice for tight systems or not well ventilated ones) and I think they use one 8 pin power connector. The cards coming soon will have 2-3 fans, exhaust internally, and many want both a 6 pin and 8-pin connector.

The ones with fancier fan setups will OC higher but how much higher depends on your case cooling. You should get 10% out of a founders edition. You might get 15-18% from a 2 or 3 fan setup with a 1070 that's been bin tested to run higher.

I decided not to get too bent up over which one I get. Getting a 980ti/Titan X level of performance pretty much out of the box for 400ish is good enough.

I bought mine in a prebuilt system I didn't get yet. They only charged me $389 for it as an option, but they aren't telling me who makes the card or what the cooling setup is.
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any store that sell these without charging CA tax? BHPhoto never has them in stock.
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Do not get PNY. Their warranties are only good for however long they make the card for. eVga is the way to go.
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There are no AAA games that just came out recently, yet these are sold-out everywhere. Are people buying better GPU to replay their games at higher settings? True slickdealers would've waited for a sale, like below MSRP sale with a free game! Smilie
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In my case. I am itching to run my HTC Vive with good settings for Elite dangerous and poolnation VR. Most of the games can run on a GPU lower than even a GTX 960 or a R9 280. The new cards cancan run graphics in stereo display 3D with one pass render instead of render graphics per eye. Otherwise, I'd pick myself up a previous gen card at a heavy discounted price.
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There are no AAA games that just came out recently, yet these are sold-out everywhere. Are people buying better GPU to replay their games at higher settings? True slickdealers would've waited for a sale, like below MSRP sale with a free game! http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/smile.gif
I'm guessing VR (requires 970 or higher, might as well get the much better one for not much more $)
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Quote from nhttri View Post :
There are no AAA games that just came out recently, yet these are sold-out everywhere. Are people buying better GPU to replay their games at higher settings? True slickdealers would've waited for a sale, like below MSRP sale with a free game! Smilie
Some hype for VR. The Oculus and the Vive have just insane graphic requirements, since you're needing 90-120 fps at 1080 basically rendered twice (for each eye) to not end up with stuttering leading to puking and headaches.

It's just a great deal for a card this well rated. anyone who was on the fence but couldn't afford a Titan now can build a killer rig. I'm sure a lot of people are buying this as their first "killer" vidya card.
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Quote from Alucard400 View Post :
In my case. I am itching to run my HTC Vive with good settings for Elite dangerous and poolnation VR. Most of the games can run on a GPU lower than even a GTX 960 or a R9 280. The new cards cancan run graphics in stereo display 3D with one pass render instead of render graphics per eye. Otherwise, I'd pick myself up a previous gen card at a heavy discounted price.
Got it for my Vive Smilie
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