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MSI Mech 2X Radeon RX 6700 XT 12GB GDDR6 PCI-E 4.0 Graphics Card EXPIRED

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Newegg has MSI Mech 2X Radeon RX 6700 XT 12GB GDDR6 PCI-e 4.0 Graphics Card on sale for $379.99 - extra 3% ($11.40) off with promo code FBCSEP22 - $20 mail-in-rebate = $348.59. Shipping is free.

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  1. Add MSI Mech 2X Radeon RX 6700 XT 12GB Graphics Card to cart
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  4. Complete purchase at $368.59 between 9/1/2022 through 09/30/2022 at Newegg.com to qualify for the rebate offer.
  5. Complete rebate submission within 21 days of purchase
  6. Upon approval, your rebate will be issued as a $20 Prepaid Card, making the effective price $348.59 after rebate.
    • Allow 8-10 weeks for processing of submission.
    • Prepaid card will expire 6 months from the date of issue.
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Product Features (full specs):
  • 12GB 192-Bit GDDR6
  • Boost Clock: 2581 MHz
  • 2560 Stream Processors
  • Ports: 1x HDMI 2.1 / 3x DisplayPort v1.4
  • PCI Express 4.0 interface
  • 2x 8-Pin power connector
  • Recommended Power Supply Wattage: 650W
  • 3-Year MSI Manufacturer Warranty

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3% off w/ promo code FBCSEP22

https://www.newegg.com/msi-radeon...6814137641

$20 MIR [newegg.com] exp 9/30

MSI Mech 2X OC [newegg.com] RX 6700 XT / $369.99 (AR)
w/ promo code SSBW2228
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Ye shall 'HOLD' until mid NOV, when supply will be fat, then we shall feast upon thee savings! 🍻
Limit: 20 per customer! Their sitting on a ton of cards
That 6900 XT on sale today was tempting but I am going to wait for the prices to drop.

This seems to be the normal price now for this MSI I keep seeing their cards for around this cost over and over.

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Limit: 20 per customer! Their sitting on a ton of cards
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That 6900 XT on sale today was tempting but I am going to wait for the prices to drop.

This seems to be the normal price now for this MSI I keep seeing their cards for around this cost over and over.
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Can't wait till it hits low $300, Christmas?
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as temping as this is, looks like both RX 7k and NV 4k will about double performance plus all kinds of other enhancements. If the RX 7700 XT is about 500-600ish, I'd say double RC 6700 XT might still be worth it esp considering the longevity.
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Ye shall 'HOLD' until mid NOV, when supply will be fat, then we shall feast upon thee savings! 🍻
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as temping as this is, looks like both RX 7k and NV 4k will about double performance plus all kinds of other enhancements. If the RX 7700 XT is about 500-600ish, I'd say double RC 6700 XT might still be worth it esp considering the longevity.
That's assuming they even launch a 7700 XT! They might copy Nvidia and just go 5-10% cheaper.
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Keep in mind that the Intel Arc A770 will be openly available in about 2 weeks if the rumors are right. This is very similar performance to 6700xt / 6800 non-XT, and drivers will still have a lot of headroom for improvements. No doubt the A770 has some risk but the price will have to adjust for it, and that'll in turn have a deflationary pull on similar performance cards.
Video showing same performance as RTX 3070 as of early August: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1WuYeQiSfU
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Keep in mind that the Intel Arc A770 will be openly available in about 2 weeks if the rumors are right. This is very similar performance to 6700xt / 6800 non-XT, and drivers will still have a lot of headroom for improvements. No doubt the A770 has some risk but the price will have to adjust for it, and that'll in turn have a deflationary pull on similar performance cards.
Video showing same performance as RTX 3070 as of early August: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1WuYeQiSfU
Intel ARC has proven to only be the alpha test so far so nobody in their right mind should buy their GPUs unless they love the tinkering and can afford it's issues
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Intel ARC has proven to only be the alpha test so far so nobody in their right mind should buy their GPUs unless they love the tinkering and can afford it's issues
I agree I would stay away from Intel for now, but I still think it stands a fair chance of applying downward pressure on prices.
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Intel ARC has proven to only be the alpha test so far so nobody in their right mind should buy their GPUs unless they love the tinkering and can afford it's issues
The moment it's a full retail launch and you can go buy at BB there will be a flurry of new reviews going over all concerns with a fine tooth comb. Arc is not "alpha" and arguably isn't even "beta" now. The main concerns are still overall driver stability and also performance in legacy titles. Once it gets into the hands of thousands of real users, it'll quickly be clear how it's doing. Often the biggest improvements in a product are right before release.
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HOOOOOOOOOOOLDING, SIR... November is not that far away.
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Quote from cjsanandreas :
I agree I would stay away from Intel for now, but I still think it stands a fair chance of applying downward pressure on prices.
I don't think AMD or Nvidia care about Intel right now, but maybe in a year or 2 they might compete a tiny bit in the mid-lower tier.
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