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    Cool GTX 660Ti being sold at $299

    GTX 660Ti has been launched for sale at $299 aka 25,200/= BDT

    Gamers have been eagerly awaiting the release of the midrange NVIDIA graphics card thanks to some rather enticing rumors and leaks. Due to launch sometime soon, the GTX 660 Ti is packing some quality hardware and may be the next 8800GT as far as popularity levels with gamers craving the best price/performance. However, that is dependent on pricing–which has been up in the air for a while. Rumored prices have included an MSRP of $349 and retail pre-orders for $299 and just under $400 (and guesses everywhere in between).

    US-based computer retailer CompUSA has provided us with further information that suggests the price will, in fact, be the ever-desired $299 price point rather than previous rumors that suggested it would be priced closer to the GTX 670. Gamers rejoice!

    Specifically, a reference version of the PNY-manufactured NVIDIA GTX 660 Ti recently appears on CompUSA’s website where customers could purchase it. This card is listed as being model number “VCGGTX660TXPB-C Bundle.” While it is unclear what the “-C” designator means, it is more proof that it is the same (or a very similar) model as the card leaked by MacMall (when it showed up for pre-order ahead of the release date). Speaking of bundles, the CompUSA card gets even better as it is the PNY GTX 660 Ti and a game coupon for Borderlands 2 for the $299 price–not bad at all.


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    While I have not personally ordered one (so I can’t confirm if CompUSA will actually sell it to me ahead of the official release or if it was just a mistake on its part for making the store page live early), you can try to get your hands on the 660 Ti now for $299 USD.

    I’m extremely happy to see the $299 price, and I look forward to see the cards from other manufacturers. Custom and factory overclocked cards should also be interesting as far as pricing and where they fit compared to saving up a bit more money and simply going with a GTX 670. What do you think, will you be picking one of these graphics cards up?


    Source: http://www.pcper.com/news/Graphics-C...s-Sale-CompUSA
    Last edited by VANGUARD; August 15th, 2012 at 20:32.

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    25k is the price if it's directly converted frm dollars...But the price is gonna be at least 30k in BDT i think...nd as the PNY 660ti is the reference card...who knows what the price of Sapphire and ASUS manufactured cards will be..:S


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    well.... forum gulate oto valo boltese na, tao, 16th e jana jabe shobi

    25200?? How do you know that?? Bangladeshi distributor dr kas theke ato beshi expect kora uchit na.... this card will b priced around 32000, bcz they know this is a midrange card and majority of people will go 4 this

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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    25k is the price if it's directly converted frm dollars...But the price is gonna be at least 30k in BDT i think...nd as the PNY 660ti is the reference card...who knows what the price of Sapphire and ASUS manufactured cards will be..:S
    Ai kotha ta shunle amar chorom mejaj kharap hoy. Baire jodi 25,200/= kore sell kore tahole BD te price aro kom hobe. Ami jokhon MSI6850 kinsilam tokhon otar international price chilo $179. Ar ami kinsi 14,000/= diye. Thermaltake V3/V4 er price $49 (49x84= 4116) BD te sell kortese 3,500/= kore. Thunderblade er daam $12 (12x84= 1,008/=) BD te sell kortese 700/= kore. Core i5 2400 sell kortese baire $190 kore, ekhane daam 15,800/= BD te price jotheshto kom.
    Last edited by VANGUARD; August 15th, 2012 at 20:52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    25k is the price if it's directly converted frm dollars...But the price is gonna be at least 30k in BDT i think...nd as the PNY 660ti is the reference card...who knows what the price of Sapphire and ASUS manufactured cards will be..:S
    sapphire only manufactures amd cards

    Asus dc2 will b the best but Glow Baal will stick a nasty price tag in its ¤¤¤

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Ai kotha ta shunle amar chorom mejaj kharap hoy. Baire jodi 25,200/= kore sell kore tahole BD te price aro kom hobe. Ami jokhon MSI6850 kinsilam tokhon otar international price chilo $179. Ar ami kinsi 14,000/= diye. Thermaltake V3/V4 er price $49 (49x84= 4116) BD te sell kortese 3,500/= kore. Thunderblade er daam $12 (12x84= 1,008/=) BD te sell kortese 700/= kore.
    Gigabyte gtx 670 wf3x international price 400$, bd te price 39500~40000 taka
    Asus 560ti 448 core - int 260$, bd price 27000 taka
    Sapphire hd 7950 - int 430$, bd price 45000~47000 taka

    oops, vul likhlam, 7950 is 330$ and in bd its 35000-37000 tk
    Last edited by waliDJ; August 15th, 2012 at 21:56.

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    The card is seriously b/w starved, and it falls short once you go higher resolutions and apply /AA. The 7950 should be around ~320-340 AR, which makes it a better buy. Though there was news earlier of a 256bit variant, lets see what that brings to the table.

    IMHO, this is not worth the $300 price tag. More like ~250.

    The card is atleast 20-30% slower than 670, all those claims of a 670 killer are looking bleak now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waliDJ View Post

    Gigabyte gtx 670 wf3x international price 400$, bd te price 39500~40000 taka
    Asus 560ti 448 core - int 260$, bd price 27000 taka
    Sapphire hd 7950 - int 430$, bd price 45000~47000 taka
    Exception cant be an example. i.e. Proti ta gpu international price theke kom kore holeo 3000/= tk kome distributor ra purchase kore (not the cheap one).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Ai kotha ta shunle amar chorom mejaj kharap hoy. Baire jodi 25,200/= kore sell kore tahole BD te price aro kom hobe. Ami jokhon MSI6850 kinsilam tokhon otar international price chilo $179. Ar ami kinsi 14,000/= diye. Thermaltake V3/V4 er price $49 (49x84= 4116) BD te sell kortese 3,500/= kore. Thunderblade er daam $12 (12x84= 1,008/=) BD te sell kortese 700/= kore. Core i5 2400 sell kortese baire $190 kore, ekhane daam 15,800/= BD te price jotheshto kom.
    Amazon e Sapphire HD 7870-er price 216USD...which should be around 18k in BDT...but it is cruising over 30k.....
    hd 7850 price 200USD...but in BDT 25k.....:O
    BD importers ra market bhalo bujhe...boro price tag ta lagai raikha dae nd they know its gonna sell lyk hot cake....


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    :'( :'( :'(

    I have been waiting 4 this for months, and this is what nv offers? Seriously, 192 bus?? All i wanted is to join the green team 4 the 1st time. Why stupid nv, WHY? :'(

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    @waliDJ
    Oooppss!!!did i write sapphire???sorry...was gonna write MSI...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Exception cant be an example. i.e. Proti ta gpu international price theke kom kore holeo 3000/= tk kome distributor ra purchase kore (not the cheap one).
    Exactly, exceptions cannot be used as examples. That applies to every single thing you quoted too.

    Another thing, just because you got your /treasured, as you've made sure to let us know/ 6850 at 14k doesn't mean everyone else had too. Don't forget that.
    Last edited by Codex; August 15th, 2012 at 22:27.

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    Atleast its real alright, but a bit pricey for my liking


    Guess what??? scan it??:

    Good enough GAMING RIG

    HApPy GAMing

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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    @waliDJ
    Oooppss!!!did i write sapphire???sorry...was gonna write MSI...
    waaaaaattt???????!!!!!!!!!!!
    http://www.amazon.com/R7850-2xMiniDi...m/B007MLSGHE/2

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    I wrote this comment in reply to @waliDJ 's comment=
    " sapphire only manufactures amd cards..."
    hope u got it...
    Last edited by maheer.dhruba; August 15th, 2012 at 22:16.


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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    I wrote this comment in reply to @waliDJ 's comment=
    " sapphire only manufactures amd cards..."
    hope u got it...
    my bad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by maheer.dhruba View Post
    Amazon e Sapphire HD 7870-er price 216USD...which should be around 18k in BDT...but it is cruising over 30k.....
    hd 7850 price 200USD...but in BDT 25k.....:O
    BD importers ra market bhalo bujhe...boro price tag ta lagai raikha dae nd they know its gonna sell lyk hot cake....
    i meant this one

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    BD te mostly chinese maal ashe...for example i bought sapphire HD 7850...which came from china!! so the price is 'almost' right...as @Vanguard bro already mentioned--> 1-3k kom US price theke (for GPU)..but the thing is..these products dont come from USA..so why charge us according to US price?! chinese price should be the standard..

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    ow...eta thik but dont u think the info is wrong on AMAZON about the 7850 being at $260...as the 7870 is at $216??? @terrygr8_007 :S
    amar ki matha noshto hoe gelo naki oder database update kore nae??? :O


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    Amar to ei gulan deikha Graphics Card chorachalani er business start dite mon chaitese! Market theka 2K price kom diya warranty replacement dite minimum 3 working week lagbe emon agreement diye card sale dileo to pocket e valo amount thakbe 1ta!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    Exactly, exceptions cannot be used as examples. That applies to every single thing you quoted too.

    Another thing, just because you got your /treasured, as you've made sure to let us know/ 6850 at 14k doesn't mean everyone else had too. Don't forget that.
    Search the net, look at the price of bd market, look at the price of most of the products available here, from casing fan to the processor; then comment.

    And the main thing is, jetar price jerokom howa uchit, sheta jeno customer ra pay ejonno ami onek bg member der help korsi, no matter what the price is stated at its body. Kauke help korte to amar kono problem nai. Ami nije jodi nijer jonno kom price e product kinte pari, tahole onner jonno keno parbo na???? Ajke smart 670 40k te sell kortese, keu amar shathe ajke IDB jak, ami take 33k tei dite parbo, thats not a big deal. @dipanzan je shomoye or Z77 mobo ta kinse tokhon otar newegg price $179 chilo, tagged price chilo 16k, o amake just akta call dise, ami ota 15k te ene disi, ami personally okhane attend korte pari nai, tahole hoito aro 1k komto, so im not that much afraid about these sort of "stated price" as you.......lol
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    There's no 'should be' in pricing. According to your example, which says 'prices are fair,' as in simultaneously for everything, you yourself are contradicting what you say.
    You have connections, there's no one denying that. But don't forget that we, the general public do not, and have no other option but to pay whatever it is they ask for.

    Just take my mobo for an example, I bought a $160 mobo at 20k? Why? Because I had no other option.

    Everything you've cited thus far are just that, exceptions geared towards one person, that being you. They're not valid for the general gullible public. Speaking of gullible public, Smart is promoting AMD E450 as being a better CPU than Intel's i3 platform. Joke of the century

    And yes, before anyone points out my comma fetish, I speak just like that irl. That is, with gaps between every other word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    There's no 'should be' in pricing. According to your example, which says 'prices are fair,' as in simultaneously for everything, you yourself are contradicting what you say.
    You have connections, there's no one denying that. But don't forget that we, the general public do not, and have no other option but to pay whatever it is they ask for.

    Just take my mobo for an example, I bought a $160 mobo at 20k? Why? Because I had no other option.

    Everything you've cited thus far are just that, exceptions geared towards one person, that being you. They're not valid for the general gullible public. Speaking of gullible public, Smart is promoting AMD E450 as being a better CPU than Intel's i3 platform. Joke of the century

    And yes, before anyone points out my comma fetish, I speak just like that irl. That is, with gaps between every other word.
    herp-a-derp!
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