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Will Nvidia Pascal cards be discounted on Black Friday?

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Hey guys,

 

I am currently running a GTX760, and looking to upgrade to the new Pascal cards, possibly a 1060.

 

However, I'm not really in a hurry right now. So I could wait until let's say black friday this year, to see if there would be sales on these cards. BUT: Do cards that have just launched the same year even get discounted on black friday? Or do you usually not see this happening (perhaps leftover stock of the 900 series will get discounted)? Or do video cards in general never get black friday discounts, I have no idea? Do you think it is worth waiting?

 

On a related note, do you think the GTX 1070 will ever be sold for 379 (its MSRP)? Right now the cheapest is around $400 for the Gigabyte mini-ITX version. Prices have been going down gradually, so I am hoping eventually some of the lower end cards would be available for 379.

 

Thanks!

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I wouldn't count on much discounts for Pascal based cards but you might see them for Maxwell. As for the $380 price of the 1070, we may get there at some point but not anytime soon. I think $400ish is the best you will get for now. Besides anything at $380 would have such atrocious cooling that you wouldn't want it regardless.

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Black Friday is long way , cant say they will. As for the current price fluctuation by both AMD and Nvidia will be settled by then.

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