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EVGA 17th Anniversary Madness Sale

Silver71 268 233 July 12, 2016 at 04:47 PM in Computers (4)
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Well here is the link at least...
http://www.evga.com/articles/0102...sary-sale/
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Who honestly would buy these with the 1060, 1070 and 1080?
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Just curious if the 980ti cards are worth it? I was holding out for a 1070, but I'm new to the graphic cards scene so I'm not sure. Thanks for your help
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Quote from SiXiam View Post :
Who honestly would buy these with the 1060, 1070 and 1080?
Well, the cheapest 1080 is $609.99 right now, and the 1070 is $419.99. Price does impact some consumer choices...
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Prices on the 9xx series will only keep falling - faster once the 1070 and 1060's are widely available. Buying a 9xx series is a bad idea at this point.
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The 980 ti isn't worth $390 given that 1070 prices are not much higher than that and it will offer better performance and more VRAM. Similarly the 970 for $230 isn't that good of a deal because the 1060 is supposed to be priced between $250-$300 and it will have more VRAM and the performance is supposed to be comparable to the 980.

That being said if you NEED a card right now I would say this is a good sale for the 970 since it could be awhile before the 1060 is consistently in stock.
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Looks like a warehouse clearance sale.
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Retail price of GTX1070 is $379. So with deals it should be lower once demand levels off and supply increases. I would say these cards are currently way overpriced. Have patience and you can get the new cards for much less.
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Quote from Kazenokatana View Post :
The 980 ti isn't worth $390 given that 1070 prices are not much higher than that and it will offer better performance and more VRAM. Similarly the 970 for $230 isn't that good of a deal because the 1060 is supposed to be priced between $250-$300 and it will have more VRAM and the performance is supposed to be comparable to the 980.

That being said if you NEED a card right now I would say this is a good sale for the 970 since it could be awhile before the 1060 is consistently in stock.
Thank you for the info.
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Is the 960 SC worth $130? Or should I wait a bit?
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Is the 960 SC worth $130? Or should I wait a bit?
Wait and get a 1060 for $250 or a 480x for like $200. Both are much better.
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Well its not that bad even for a Classified Ti , with the added mir rebate = $339.99 , specially when trying to get your hands on a 1070/1080 even now which is still near impossible (or maybe available at high inflated prices )

Ive had the $$$ ready ( I included it in my budget for a simi recent x99 build) and still cant get my hands one , atleast the model I want (no founders card) .
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Retail price of GTX1070 is $379.
Where are you seeing those kinds of prices? I'm seeing about ~$470 on Newegg.
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#15
im sorry but these are terrible prices, try again evga
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