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Why is the EVGA GTX 670 Sig 2 still so expensive?!

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December 15, 2013 12:09:49 PM

I know this is a last gen card but it's still around £315 in the UK which I think is still really expensive seeing as the non Signature versions (even from EVGA) are around £275 and non EVGA ones can go as little as £150!
December 15, 2013 12:13:40 PM

Probably either because they forgot to drop the price, or are just leaving it there knowing people will buy them out of stupidity or because they already have one and will buy a matching card for SLI.

Buying those super expensive 'top end' cards are hardly ever worth it, MSI Lightning, Asus Matrix etc. While they are the best, the benefits are minor, always just buy the lowest end of the best card you can afford. i.e. instead of buying an MSI Lightning 770, just buy a reference 780.
December 15, 2013 12:16:51 PM

cookybiscuit said:
Probably either because they forgot to drop the price, or are just leaving it there knowing people will buy them out of stupidity or because they already have one and will buy a matching card for SLI.

Buying those super expensive 'top end' cards are hardly ever worth it, MSI Lightning, Asus Matrix etc. While they are the best, the benefits are minor, always just buy the lowest end of the best card you can afford. i.e. instead of buying an MSI Lightning 770, just buy a reference 780.


I am one of those idiots.... I know, I know but they are pretty. The reason that I was thinking about this is cause I want another for matching SLI as a reference one next to the signature one would look stupid and out of place.
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