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Nvidia cuts GTX 770, 780 prices, primes GTX 780 Ti for 11/7

According to Nvidia, suggested e-tail prices for the GeForce GTX 780 and GeForce GTX 770 have dropped to $499 and $329, respectively, down from the current $649 and $399. The company expects these cuts to go "live in e-tail by 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 29th."

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xKugo1000d ago

Holy crap...
$150 price cut on GTX 780. God Dammit!!!
(Looks at my two GTX 780s) FML -_-

wtopez1000d ago

Oh damn. Do I get a GTX 780 now or do I wait for the 800 series?

SlapHappyJesus1000d ago

I am planning on waiting.
I hear a lot of good things concerning the next generation of Nvidia cards. Supposedly a major step forward in terms of performance.

Drummerdude411000d ago

Waiting is never a bad thing, but i would just like to point out they say that about every new generation of cards. What i have found is Nvidia has the ability to shatter standards in the market but will never push that far unless cornered. Its a proper market strategy to only put as much as you need to forward to become profitable so you have headroom to work with.

vulcanproject1000d ago

The difference with waiting for the next cards are that they should end up on a smaller process and will actually be a bigger jump.

Sometimes waiting for a refresh nets you little, or maybe a price cut, but waiting for a brand new generation on a brand new process is usually always worth it because it destroys prices and you'll get a lot more bang for your buck.

ginsunuva1000d ago (Edited 1000d ago )

Yes, Maxwell will be substantial in gain.

Look here:
http://static.vizworld.com/...

johny51000d ago

wait for Maxwell and get a GTX780 equivalent for $250!

SuperBlur1000d ago

why not drop the price of the 760/660 while you're at it ?

Convas1000d ago

This. I could got for an $200 GTX 760

kingduqc1000d ago

cause their 770 and 780 where not competitive on price and their lower end segment is about dead on

SuperBlur1000d ago (Edited 1000d ago )

if they can afford to drop the price of the 770 and 780 then they can afford to drop the price of the 760 .

Either way now is not the time to upgrade anything , all the good deals will come before and after christmas

Bolts1000d ago

Thank god for AMD. It just goes to show how much Nvidia was over charging and the importance of competition in the market place.

Pandamobile1000d ago

If only AMD weren't 8 months behind Nvidia at every turn.

Giru0171000d ago

Wow, those GTX 770's look sound amazing at that price + with those games...
Gonna wait and see how the price of the 770 4GB versions ends up, but if the current prices are anything to go by, a superclocked 4GB 770 + EVGA backplate + 3 games + $100 off Shield coupon (lol) at potentially $360-$380 is one hell of a deal considering this card easily steps into 780 territory with some minor clock adjustments.

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