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Once is available for retail and not just OEM PC's I will be upgrading to one of theres Radeon 8000 Series Graphics Card's.

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Did they not with-drawl the 8000 series because of issues?

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Looks like you already have it all figured out. Is there anything you're trying to asking that I'm missing? What card do you have now?

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Congratulations! :bounce:

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If it wasn't for the OP's avatar and stated OS preference, I would suggest that he is upgrading for the new, official open-source Radeon HD 8000 series driver for Linux. That is the most compelling reason for me to upgrade from my Radeon HD 5770 to a new Radeon HD 8000 series card.

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<<Thread Cleaned>> Post on topic or don't post please.

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I have the XFX RADEON HD 6870 right now.

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How much will the Nvidia Geforce Titan cost estimate cost If it isn't like $400 through $500 bucks I might consider getting that card but it probably it isn't so.

I heard a comment from someone it will be $1k bucks for the titan... I might consider a Geforce 660 ti, or the AMD Radeon 8000 Series still depending.. how much I have and if is only around $200 - $300 bucks.

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8000 Series won't be out until end of this year / next year depending on any further delays.

Titan costs $999

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OP - dont hold your breath! you'll be waiting a while!

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This thread just seems like a blatant troll attempt. It's one thing to speculate/discuss a line of graphics cards (or any product) coming out, but to start a thread just to say I'm buying product X seems stupid/useless.

To add something useful, yes the Titan will start at $999, but obviously it will drop prices in the future. You already have a nice graphics card, don't see why you're even looking for an upgrade. You could look at getting the ATI 7xxx series or even Nvidia's GTX 6 series for an immediate upgrade.

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