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Last Edited by TattyBear June 25, 2016 at 09:41 AM
The first 1070 I've seen under $400, thought some people might be interested.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6814125875
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Technically, it's $405 because of shipping. ;-P
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Saw this myself; was gonna impulse buy.. then I realized it's their worst card.

Waiting is hard.. but I gotta give this another week. Can't skimp out!

Also note deal is soured by tax if you live in their warehouse states like I do. Why they also charge shipping on products like this is beyond me..
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my hands are tied waiting for a ~10.5 inch AIB card to be in stock
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This is the very cheapest I have seen an in-stock GTX 1070. This model is nicely overclocked at 1582 mhz core and 1771 boost, which beats the pants off of the $30 more expensive MSI Armor OC 1070 and its feeble (for being more expensive) 1556 mhz core.

This is the GTX 980 TI killer I warned everyone about last month in some 980 TI threads when they were like "Oh, this 980 TI for $510 is SUCH A GREAT DEAL" and I was like "Um, no its not. Based on historical price/performance ratios between the 780 TI and the 970, this 980 TI is about to be pwned and rendered obsolete by a sub-$400 graphics card which offers similar or marginally better performance. Save your money, wait a month, and you will get a much better card with new architecture for $100+ cheaper."

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...gnorebbr=1
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Last edited by annie930ny June 25, 2016 at 06:06 AM
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This or the AMD RX 480 in 4 days... ? Decision decision Frown
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This or the AMD RX 480 in 4 days... ? Decision decision http://i.slickdeals.net/images/smilies/frown.gif
Not a bad deal, keeping availability and its release date in mind. $380 MSRP + $20 for an aftermarket cooler. Though it'd be unfair to place a 480 side-by-side with a 1070. The question is, do you really need Titan X power? Or is moderation and power efficiency your thing? Unless you're doing 4K, 4GB is enough memory -- so it's a $200 card vs. a $400 card.
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Last edited by D.8256 June 25, 2016 at 04:05 AM
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Man I don't know what to do. I recently got a freesync monitor and have always had nvidia. I hunted and amd deal and found a 390 for 200 bucks. Any game I play that is remotely new turns my computer into a heat box. Fans spool up to 90% and it still reaches 90 degrees. None of the nvidia cards have done that nor been that hot. I'm not sure now what to think of the 480. Will it be similar? Thanks.
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Quote from mph82 View Post :
This is the very cheapest I have seen an in-stock GTX 1070. This model is nicely overclocked at 1582 mhz core and 1771 boost, which beats the pants off of the $30 more expensive MSI Armor OC 1070 and its feeble (for being more expensive) 1556 mhz core.

This is the GTX 980 TI killer I warned everyone about last month in some 980 TI threads when they were like "Oh, this 980 TI for $510 is SUCH A GREAT DEAL" and I was like "Um, no its not. Based on historical price/performance ratios between the 780 TI and the 970, this 980 TI is about to be pwned and rendered obsolete by a sub-$400 graphics card which offers similar or marginally better performance. Save your money, wait a month, and you will get a much better card with new architecture for $100+ cheaper."

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...gnorebbr=1
Yep, many people are very impulsive. Don't worry, you did your part. Thanks for the deal. Now, going to put my 970 for sales.
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Quote from D.8256 View Post :
Not a bad deal, keeping availability and its release date in mind. $380 MSRP + $20 for an aftermarket cooler. Though it'd be unfair to place a 480 side-by-side with a 1070. The question is, do you really need Titan X power? Or is moderation and power efficiency your thing? Unless you're doing 4K, 4GB is enough memory -- so it's a $200 card vs. a $400 card.
I need something powerful enough to run dual monitors of a 4k (for movies) and 1440p (for gaming). Would the rx 480 8gb do the job. I am willing to pay around 400-450 as long as it does the job.
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Man I don't know what to do. I recently got a freesync monitor and have always had nvidia. I hunted and amd deal and found a 390 for 200 bucks. Any game I play that is remotely new turns my computer into a heat box. Fans spool up to 90% and it still reaches 90 degrees. None of the nvidia cards have done that nor been that hot. I'm not sure now what to think of the 480. Will it be similar? Thanks.
leaked thermal put 480 at about same as a geforce 960, very cool
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Ordered one to go with my new ultra wide monitor that's coming. Wanted a 1080 but we'll see how this goes first since it's available. Thanks OP.
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Man really want this, but afraid of wife aggro. Will wait for the Rx 480. Only need it for playing paragon and upcoming quake champions.

Should add that I have a 1440p monitor.
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Last edited by thinh4u2 June 25, 2016 at 05:19 AM
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Thank you for the post. I'm in the market for a 1070 and this is a great deal. Do you think it's worth waiting for any other versions though? Not sure how this one fares compared to others
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