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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by AaronMg, Nov 22, 2002.
$400 for the GeforceFx 5800
$500 for the GeforceFx 5800 ultra
I agree. Waaaaaaaaay too much for a video card. I'm currently in the market for a card and I'll probably be going with either a Ti4200 or Ti4400.
When games become available that need a card like the GeForceFX, it will be MUCH cheaper to buy a GeForceFX.
The GeForce 2 Ultra was not mentioned in the presentation, and no prices have been announced.
Why would anyone listen to the Inqwell? They're wrong at least 80% of the time!
Anandtech reported the FX to be around $360. Sounds pretty reasonable (and expected) to me if you're talking the best money can buy for consumer graphics cards.
While I do enjoy the improvement the Ti4600 has made with my games, I don't see any games in the near future that could make necessary a $500 upgrade.
I think I'll be using my Matrox Parhelia for quite a while....
I bought my 256 Geforce DDR for $300 when it came out. It only feels like yesterday...
Now my card can't even play UT2 or even War3 without a little lag.
Until there is an actual press release from Nvidia I don't believe what anyone else states, especially when they say $500.