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    Default Price Drop For Nvidia Gpu's

    Price drops from NVIDIA are confirmed and now some of their video card products will show a significant lower price tag. Newegg, Tiger Direct and many others should adopt these prices today. Here is the catch though; there is almost always one right? Well this time the only cards being dropped are the older 6-Series mid-level cards, hence we will see the GTX 650 Ti Boost 1GB now sell for $129.99 and the 2GB version will sell at $149.99.
    This is cool and all for those on a budget or especially those folks with less than 1080p monitor as then it would really be a solid card, as is at 1080p these cards will perform fairly well at the cost of all the bells and whistles turned down a bit. They have also dropped the price on the GTX 660 to $179.99, which will play games on medium settings at 1080p really nicely. It does not seem like at the moment NVIDIA is taking AMD new cards as a threat as these price drops are all on older technology and probably just baggage to NVIDIA.
    When and if we see price drops on their high-end cards start hitting the market then maybe NVIDIA will seem to take AMD’s next launch as a serious threat. NVIDIA has said that their partner companies have their blessing to sell at even lower prices than they have shared, maybe we will see a GTX 760 sell for $229.00, that would be a great start in the price war. AMD has new cards coming right around the corner and maybe if their R9 290X pans out to be the hero to the people like they have claimed we will see NVIDIA drop all their prices and make the game very interesting indeed. Thanks for reading Tech Of Tomorrow.


    source: http://www.techoftomorrow.com/2013/p...0-video-cards/

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    I wanna see a price drop on a 670 then I might be able to go for a SLI setup


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
    I wanna see a price drop on a 670 then I might be able to go for a SLI setup
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