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Old May 30, 2013, 12:53 PM   #1
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 Launch Preview

NVIDIA is following up on the GTX 780 with the new GTX 770. It's based on the GTX 680, and features higher clocks, GPU boost 2.0, and a new cooler, carrying it past the AMD Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition.

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Old May 30, 2013, 08:38 PM   #2
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Any price release available? 2gb and 4gb versions? $499/$579?

So now the 104 is the mid range card (upper) with a $500 sticker maybe.

Very nice lineup Nvidia is putting on the market plus the quality build seems to be outstanding overall. That to me is a huge plus and hopefully will push AMD to get some better, top class coolers with efficient but quiet operations.
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Not sure if I would buy a 2 gig card in this day and age and especially for upcoming titles at high res and AA!!

3 or 4 gig would be the minimum for any new card for enthusiast class gamers!!

Lucky AMD have a magnificent games bundle, but price drops are on the cards and bring on the new cards!!!
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price is 399$ msrp for 5% over 680 performance...
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This thing is waaaaay over-priced.

Why would anyone buy this over a 7970?
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Any price release available? 2gb and 4gb versions? $499/$579?

So now the 104 is the mid range card (upper) with a $500 sticker maybe.

Very nice lineup Nvidia is putting on the market plus the quality build seems to be outstanding overall. That to me is a huge plus and hopefully will push AMD to get some better, top class coolers with efficient but quiet operations.
$399 for the 2GB.
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This thing is waaaaay over-priced.

Why would anyone buy this over a 7970?

If same price physics may add some value on Nvidia card also teselation power in Metro Last light for example.7970GHZ edition and 680GTX don't have the power...At least from the review from below...


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