Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, Dec 23, 2018.
Anyone else (except maybe DP) said this, I'd suspect it was satire - but I do wonder....
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Nope, £600, And only if the after market cards came in at £600 though, I'd purchase a Strix version in a heartbeat.
We need top end cards to come down to sane levels again.
For life it seems
I'd never purchase an Asus AMD card, always seems like there's *something* wrong with them this last few gens...
True that, With the V64 though it was an easy 10 minute fix, Take old thermal pad off, Put thicker thermal pad on, Done.
I actually wanted to get a Sapphire Nitro + Limited Edition but the UK got like 2 so it was impossible to find
You could save one on them for me because I would certainly have one
Nope I can easily afford to buy anything I wish but have decided that my limit on a new GPU is £500 and not a penny more.
If it were released now? Absolutely. I'd sell my monitor and have enough for an equivalent spec Freesync model.
Would never buy a £700 GPU. £400 is my absolute limit
Nope, £350-£400 is my max, the pricing is getting ridiculous now.
Ordered a 27 inch 1440p 144hz freesync monitor last night, hoping 7nm delivers
I'm poor, £350 tops for me I'm happy to keep my Vega56 for a few years, Runs my games i play fine.
Nope wouldn't ever considering paying that much for any Gpu, £350 is my limit.
Even if I could afford one I wouldn't, I can't justify it nor do I think any card is worth that
Highly unlikely, the most I've ever spent on a GPU is £270. My average annual spend on GPUs, excluding anything recouped from resale is probably under £150. If it gave 2080TI-SLI performance then maybe.
£700 is Still way to overpriced for a GPU. I'd just hang on to my vega64.
No, but that's because I refuse to spend that much on a GPU no matter who it's from. £3-400 is my max
No, still too much as far as I'm concerned.
I paid £480 for my 980Ti, which is the most I've ever spent on a graphics card, and that was pushing it a bit. I've certainly got my monies worth out of it though.
AMD matching Nvidia sounds like some sort of American dream the way people talk about it.
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