Fermi Looms, Demand Still High for ATI 5000 Series

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Caboose

 No, as of right now, the demand is very high. Consumers are willing to pay higher prices for the graphics cards. And as there is no direct competition from nVidia, coupled with the very high demand, ATi has no reason to reduce the price of the cards.

Once Fermi eventually, shows up, maybe at some point in time, if demand drops, then ATi will lower the price to try and pick up demand as supply will be higher.

 

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powerman123

"Lots of smoke and mirrors but nothing substantial when the dust clears."

Lol that rhymes.

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bpstone

It seems Nvidia shot themselves in the foot. Unless they pull a rabbit out of the hat or their fanbase is still cracking, they're going have an "Epic Fail!" lol

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keyzer2011

Nvidia Fermi cards aren't even out and as a diehard nvidia fan I find myself seriously considering ATi for the first time...

Nvidia, what gives?

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zstadt

But, remaining hopeful.  We'll see what this release brings.

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aviaggio

The cards are coming out tomorrow and still no official word from Nvidia as to specs and prices? Do they think they are Apple? Which, btw, seems to be the way they are going. Lots of smoke and mirrors but nothing substantial when the dust clears.

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