NVIDIA strikes and cut prices on NVIDIA Kepler GPUs

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AMD already has already applied twice a price adjustment on the Radeon HD 7000 series to counter the competitive prices of its rival NVIDIA. But today comes a report that suggested that NVIDIA is now also adjusting his prices cutting a few dollars of its GeForce GPUs “Kepler ” line.

Price cut wars on graphics

According to the website Overclockers, the first sign indicating that NVIDIA is experimenting with an innocent prices cut of $20 was revealed by  and adjustment made two days ago on some GTX cards. From there it was discovered that the EVGA GTX 680 SCs was priced at $480, while the GTX 670 from EVGA and  the Galaxy are now sold for $ 380. Also, it was found that the GTX 660 Your WF2X is now available for $285 , while other models such as the GeForce GT 640 1GB and 2GB models are sold at $80 and USD $85.

For reference below is a list of the latest known prices for the Radeon HD 7000s series:

  • Radeon HD 7950 Boost Edition: $ 299.
  • Radeon HD 7950: $ 289 (formerly $ 299).
  • Radeon HD 7870: U.S. $ 239 (formerly $ 249).
  • Radeon HD 7850: $ 199 (formerly $ 209).
  • Radeon HD 7770: U.S. $ 109 (formerly $ 119).
  • Radeon HD 7750: U.S. $ 94 (formerly $ 104).
It is nice to see that the price war within the graphics market is pushing prices down little by little. This for us can only be a good sign of a healthy and advantageous market in which diversity and competition rules over prices.



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