Nvidia Pascal GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 Prices Leaked



/ 2 years ago

Nvidia Pascal GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 Prices Leaked

With Computex just over a month away, leaks have been popping up daily about Nvidia’s upcoming Pascal graphics cards. So far, we’ve seen a lot of leak around the physical card but nothing yet on core specifications or pricing. Today, according to Taiwanese insiders, we are getting a look at how much GP104 will set buyers back. The GTX 1070 will reportedly sell for NT $ 19990 and the GTX1080 will sell for NT $ 27990.

Converting the prices, you get around $620 and $870 for the 1070 and 1080 respectively. That seems a bit high considering that you can find the 980 at about $500 and the 980Ti at $700. However, if you only consider NT prices, that’s exactly in line with what the GTX 980 and 980Ti cost in Taiwan respectively. This suggests to me that the GP104 cards would be priced where the GTX 980 and 980Ti are right now based on the market they are selling in

These prices are in line with what we’ve come to expect from Nvidia and mirror the GTX 670/680 and GTX 970/980 launches. The GTX 1070 will significantly less and offer competitive performance and the GTX 1080 will command the extra flagship premium. While high the prices are understandable given the new process and architecture. It’s just a shame that the top end GP100 won’t be the true flagship anymore at launch.


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7 Responses to “Nvidia Pascal GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 Prices Leaked”
  1. grumpytrooper says:

    in all honesty I won’t be looking at a new gpu untill somewhere around the 1500 series as I only picked up my 980ti at the start of the new year. Still it will be interesting to see where Nvidia/AMD are by then in terms of tech.

    • weirdkindofawesome says:

      In my case probably earlier than 1500 (970 here) but since the details about the performance breakthrough are pretty foggy to say the least, I won’t buy a new one until the 12XX series. The upgrade will probably made in accordance with and for a VR.

    • ziplock9000 says:

      They aren’t really needed unless you want to play on high settings @ 60fps in 4k.

      • grumpytrooper says:

        I’m still 1080P with the occasional DRS to either 1440P or 4K so ~I have all that I need for a little while 🙂

  2. Curtis Corse says:

    At this point I’d rather pick up another GTX 970 and run in SLI than buy the newest product from Nvidia. The single 970 I have right now meets my needs as I only have a single 1080 monitor.

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