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 Gameguru Mania News - Mar,11 2017 -  
Zarathustra's Nvidia Price History - tech
(hx) 04:43 AM EST - Mar,11 2017 - Post a comment / read (4)
The chaps over at HardOCP have posted Zarathustra's Nvidia Price History. They wrote: "Our method is simple; pick NVIDIA's top end GPU introduction price for each era and estimate inflation using the Bureau of Labor and Statistics published values for the Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) based on the launch date of each GPU. The end period used is January 2017, as these are the most recent published figures. (I doubt there has been much inflation since then.) Once done, we figure out the price in 2017 dollars for every card at launch, and chart those on a graph. The astute reader will notice that Titan cards are absent from this comparison. This was a conscious decision, as Titan cards appear to be in a "halo class" of their own, and the pricing doesn't seem to obey the normal laws of physics (err, normal pricing trends) resulting in the analysis looking odd. We also made the conscious decision to start in 2000, as that seemed like a nice round year to start things at."
last 10 comments:
Tom(10:54 AM EST - Mar,11 2017 )
And the smartest person in the discussion...


quote:
Comparing them to inflation is just making excuses for NVidias price gouging.

As is leaving the Titans off the chart. NVidia just figured out how to do even more ridiculous price gouging, but we will just conveniently ignore it.


Bend over Hx.

heretic(11:35 AM EST - Mar,11 2017 )
LOL :D

Thudo(09:54 PM EST - Mar,11 2017 )
Well when we really have a lack of competition the capitalist market can dictate this however the current 1080Ti has such utterly incredible gaming performance even at 4K all of this only spurs those with coin as it has throughout history so its kinda moot really. Buy a 1080Ti now and 8K gaming in 1-2 years will run OK-ish. ;)

Tom(12:18 PM EDT - Mar,12 2017 )
Ya know what, likely my 970 will be fine-is in 1-2 years too. PC is filled with gullible morons.

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