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#119201 24-May-2013 08:08
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So the next gen NVIDIA GPUs are here! And with some very impressive numbers to go along with it. Not sure if I can justify spending $1149 NZD (According to Computerlounge pricing), however, the hard core gamer would be very keen considering that the performance isn't far off the GTX Titan, which costs more than $600 NZD more! (Computerlounge pricing)

Benchmarks and Review:

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_780/

I'm curious to see what the GTX 770 numbers will be like :-)

Anyone ordering a GTX780 yet?


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wasabi2k
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  #824568 24-May-2013 09:46
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far more excited for the 780M/760M laptop parts.

Next release of the Sager/Clevo P157M/P177M laptops look to be incredible. Pricing is going to be the killer.

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  #824589 24-May-2013 10:58
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wasabi2k: Next release of the Sager/Clevo P157M/P177M laptops look to be incredible. Pricing is going to be the killer.


This is true. But I'm sure the type of user these are catered to would still pay a higher premium.

 
 
 
 


Foo

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  #832911 9-Jun-2013 09:53
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I'm interested in both the 770 and the 780, but prices do seem to be insane at the moment - to be expected - am sure they will settle down a bit over the next couple of months.

You could always buy from the States, but even then a 770 is around the $420 USD mark and a 780 around $650 USD (and that is before GST/postage costs).

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