GTX 780 To Sell From 500-600 Euros, GTX 770 for 360 Euros
Ryan Martin / 7 months ago
We have already brought you the details of what Nvidia’s new GTX 700 series will look like in terms of the specifications of the higher end models. Nvidia will gradually phase the “new” GTX 780, 770, GTX 760 T and GTX 760i models in, to replace the upper end of the GTX 600 series.
Apparently the GTX 780 will be hitting the European market at a price point of €500-600 which is actually not too bad considering the GTX 680 launched with a price of around €450-500 and that the GTX 780 is a cut down version of the immensely expensive GTX Titan. The price of the GTX 780 will vary between the different graphics card vendors and the type of model but the general consensus is we will see prices about 20% more expensive than the GTX 680 was. It is also worth noting the €500-600 includes sales taxes too, so this is the real consumer price.
In smaller markets it will definitely come in at a higher price though, Europe tends to benefit from massive supply and therefore lower prices. In addition to this the price of the GTX 770 was also revealed to be around €360 for the non-overclocked cards, while more “high-end” models will add a higher premium probably up to €400. The GTX 760 is also rumoured to cost €200 on launch, being priced so close to the GTX 660 we expect to see that card vanish once stocks are depleted.
No other models have had their pricing detailed yet. What are your thoughts on these prices?