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sirplayalot
04-01-07, 04:31 PM
I have 16 days to step-up my 7950 to an 8800 series card but I can see that their prices havnt dropped like all other stores have them priced. I would like to get the 640MB GTS but I think I will have to stick with the 320 as I cant spend another $100+ to get the 640 (Just got a new TV).

Am I wasting my time waiting? Should I just step-up now or wait to see if price drops?

Bearclaw
04-01-07, 04:36 PM
Get it! Also, I just saw your sig, haha, nice ending on there.

sirplayalot
04-01-07, 04:41 PM
Get it! Also, I just saw your sig, haha, nice ending on there.

:D

sirplayalot
04-03-07, 04:00 PM
So no one knows... :(

RussianHAXOR
04-03-07, 08:27 PM
I do.... They rarely lower the MSRP prices on cards unless an overclocked version comes out for the same price as the MSRP. Then they bump it down a little, such as the case of the 8800GTX which was 650 but then went down to 600 because of the 8800GTX ACS3. But No, i dont see the prices going down at all.

Bearclaw
04-03-07, 08:56 PM
I do.... They rarely lower the MSRP prices on cards unless an overclocked version comes out for the same price as the MSRP. Then they bump it down a little, such as the case of the 8800GTX which was 650 but then went down to 600 because of the 8800GTX ACS3. But No, i dont see the prices going down at all.
:thumbdwn:

Redeemed
04-03-07, 10:21 PM
Don't shoot yourself in the foot- get the 640MB GTS. You said 14 days, well a pay period should be coming up soon (unless your aren't in America then I'm not sure when you'd get paid next). Just dump down the extra $100 from your next pay check... or return the T.V. for a refund. :D

RussianHAXOR
04-04-07, 12:58 AM
Hey theres a reason stepup doesnt bankrupt evga. They need to keep a solid pricebase regardless of when you step up the card. Sometimes it makes more sense because the retail price is close to the MSRP and others the product has aged so much that the MSRP is way higher than the retail cards. Thats why it makes the most sense to stepup to cards that just came out.

Sorry bearclaw, i was just telling the truth sorry if it hurts.

Bearclaw
04-04-07, 01:18 AM
Don't shoot yourself in the foot- get the 640MB GTS. You said 14 days, well a pay period should be coming up soon (unless your aren't in America then I'm not sure when you'd get paid next). Just dump down the extra $100 from your next pay check... or return the T.V. for a refund. :D
HAHAHAHAHA. THis post cracks me up. Nicely put Redeemed.

Bearclaw
04-04-07, 01:18 AM
Sorry bearclaw, i was just telling the truth sorry if it hurts.

Don't worry about it man. It's cool!

buffbiff21
04-04-07, 02:43 AM
Hey theres a reason stepup doesnt bankrupt evga. They need to keep a solid pricebase regardless of when you step up the card.
Yeah that makes sense... but come on...
$599 for a 7950GX2?? :POKE:

I did not even pay that much back in July.

Bearclaw
04-04-07, 04:07 AM
Yeah that makes sense... but come on...
$599 for a 7950GX2?? :POKE:

I did not even pay that much back in July.
The 7950GX2 is that high? Wow, I didn't realize that.

Zarich
04-04-07, 04:11 AM
I have the 8800gts 320. Stepped up from the 7950 256 so it was an upgrade even in ram. However, I only game on a 19"WS. But I must say.. totally worth it. I also couldnt spend the extra 100.