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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 08:26

Geforce GTX 780 to sell from 500 to 600 euro

Written by Fuad Abazovic



Some 20 percent more than 680

Nvidia is getting ready to release the Geforce GTX 780, 770 and 760 TI and slowly replace the upper part of Geforce 600 line.

 

Traditionally new cards tend to end up more expensive and in this case GTX 780 will be about 20 percent more expensive than its predecessor, the GTX 680. We expect to see them shipping in European retail for about 500 to 600 euro, depending on the SKU. This is the end user price that includes Value Added Tax and this is just a range for big European countries. It some smaller markets the cards could end up even more expensive.

The GTX 770 is also expected to cost about 360 euro for stock non-overclocked cards, while others might end up more expensive as one can expect. The GTX 760 should sell for about 200 euro once it launches and naturally since the price is rather close to the GTX 660 we don’t see them coexisting for very long.

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