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$549.99 for the NVIDIA reference card or $619.99 for this card. I personally would go with this card for the faster clock speeds and superior cooling system.
Better cooling/power phases do nothing for overclockability of Pascal, it's all silicon lottery. I can run my 1080 ti FE at almost 2ghz with undervolt/fan curve all day long and it never overheats or throttles. I also have Aorus 1080 ti with a over-engineered power phases and humongous three-slot cooler that barely reaches 1800hz and whines like crazy. This is a crappy a deal, and $70 over FE does not guarantee better clocks, and if you take into consideration that nvidia won't make you wait as long as MD, it's a no brainer.
but Nvidia is out of stock
Out of stock. Why people come here to troll man? Are you buying or not?
You snooze, you loose. Seriously though, Nvidia's been quite good lately with restocking and its GPUs don't sell out in seconds any more. The last one lasted for hours and it was available at the time of the posting. I'm sure you can get any GPU you want from nvidia within a week or so.
Thanks, I picked one up. I like the cooling and overclock features on this card, but I couldn't pass up the price on nvidia.
I don't understand. How do you buy it directly from them? The best I see is the link to bestbuy..
Edit: Oh the site was messed up from some add-ons.
Unfortunately they run out quickly, was trying to get the notice out to other people while it was still up. Sorry man!