iseedeadpeople said:I think its [H]oT!!!! i havent seen any sub $600 8800GTX around the web??maybe i havent look around much??!!! warm maybe because its a months rent almost...
lol forgot to mention room 4 rent, and didnt i say almost? LOL~~~!!! come on working student here...i live in orange, california thats for 12x10 room...Blauman said:almost a months rent? where the hell do you live, BTW nice deal for sure
It sure feels like it.annaconda said:Wake up boy it is 2007.
Blauman said:almost a months rent? where the hell do you live, BTW nice deal for sure
Diashto said:Here in the greater detroit suburbs, 1bdr apartments run between $550-700 per month, depending on the area and amenities.
The job market here sucks though, unless you can snag one of those google jobs.
8800GTX MSRP = $550
8800GTS MSRP = $500
I absolutely refuse to buy anything that is price gouged on.
Sirion said:eVGA's website
If you don't want to buy it that's fine, there's no reason to complain in a legitimate post here about it. Perhaps if some research had been done beforehand it might have been seen that the MSRP AS STATED BY EVGA IS $649.
$50 off a flagship launch card is a great deal.
Hulk said:That's true but since when is a $600 video card (+ tax) a [H]ot deal?
I would understand if the card came out and was selling for $600 and other places are selling it for $300 or even $400, but $600? Sir, that is no deal! in English. Final answer!
annaconda said:Where is 10% off coupon. That would be even HOT.
vabch22 said:I almost picked one up but decided to wait. Hopefully the price will drop $100 around xmas or soon after (while my step-up is still good). Plus I'm going to wait on more reviews and input before I throw away half a months rent. I should have picked up 2 7900gto's while I had the chance instead of just one. Oh well.
CNET said:The good: Dominating performance in current-generation games; catches up to ATI on current-gen image quality; first card out with support for DirectX10 and next-gen gaming features; amazing value proposition.
The bad: Will likely require you to beef up your power supply in SLI mode.
The bottom line: This one is easy. Nvidia's GeForce 8800 GTX not only beats ATI to market with its next-gen 3D graphics hardware, it also eliminates ATI's image-quality advantage in current-generation titles. Throw in its sheer horsepower, and Nvidia gives the high-end enthusiast every reason to make this purchase.