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Nvidia GTX 780 Might Cost Between €500 - €600

We've been going through a lot of rumors regarding the upcoming GeForce 700-series discrete desktop graphics cards, and a number of them contradict each other. The specifications have been more or less settled, however, the information on pricing keeps swaying. The previous report on pricing indicated that the GeForce GTX 780 would be priced a lot closer to the GTX Titan than the GTX 680. Assuming this latest report holds some truth, it appears that the GeForce GTX 780 will be priced between €500 and €600.

While this price range is still quite high, do consider that the GPU will carry quite a bit more punch than the GTX 680, and that the price hike is only about 20 percent more. This is actually good news. The price range of €500 to €600 should include a number of different versions of the card. For example, overclocked versions would likely cost closer to €600, while stock versions would be prices closer to the €500 mark. Moreover, this price range includes the VAT for European customers, which likely means that the prices for the US might actually be in the same numerical range: $500 to $600. Fair warning though, this is still a rumour, so take it all with a grain of salt. The same goes for the specifications in the table below, a number of them have been reported by several sources, but no official word has been given yet.

GPUCUDA CoresTMUsROPsMemoryMemory BusPrice
GTX 780GK1102,496208403 GB320-bit€500-€600
GTX 770GK104-4251,536128322 GB256-bit€360
GTX 760 TiGK104-2251,344112322 GB256-bit€200

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  • hannibal
    When 770 is actually same as 680 and 680 cost at this moment something like 450€ or more... These prices seems to be too good... Not likely to get so deep price cut in that card.
    Those would really be nice. Maybe these are prices before vat? 360€ + 20% vat would be
    432€ and allmost believeable...
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  • ubercake
    €500=$644 at time of post.
    Team red needs to get their microstutter issue fixed and overtake the market.
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  • maxinexus
    Great I want one. Where can I buy?
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  • griptwister
    Can't wait for the HD 8970, Nvidia is Over priced right now, they need some humbling.
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  • rolli59
    Prices in EURO on the .com site and every time I am in Europe I get forced to the .co.uk site!
    More interested in the $ price here.
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  • @ubercake
    That's in monetary terms, europe has to pay more for hardware. In the netherlands, the cheapest 680 I could find is 382 euros(=$492), the cheapest 680 in the US that I could find is $442(343 euros).
    It's going to be probably $550-600 in US.
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  • dragonsqrrl
    10812243 said:
    €500=$644 at time of post.

    That's never the way pricing works in different regions, it's never 1:1 with exchange rates. PC hardware (and electronics in general) is typically cheaper in the US.
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  • 17seconds
    The oddball is that $200 for a GTX 760 Ti, essentially an upgraded GTX 670 for GTX 660 (non-Ti) prices (assuming VAT of course).
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  • unknown9122
    This is AMDs time to shine. I have faith.
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  • Paulius Vaitkevicius
    200 EUR for 760Ti? Surely that cannot be the case (Although that would be awesome, a pair of those would serve nicely)
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