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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series getting price cuts once next-gen cards arrive?

Posted on Wednesday, July 11 2018 @ 16:22:40 CEST by

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WCCF Tech talked to channel partners and got to hear it's a pretty bad time to buy a GeForce GTX 10 series video card. The word on the street is that as soon as the GeForce 11 series (or whatever it will be called) arrives, NVIDIA will cut prices of its GTX 10 series to clear inventory. Basically, if you can wait a couple of months you will likely either save money or get the latest tech for the same budget.
By waiting just a few months, you will be getting significantly higher bang for your buck then say if you bought a GPU right now. I have heard some people state that NVIDIA will not be launching the next-gen lineup till current inventory finishes completely but this is not true. The wheels are already in motion and channels have already been seeded with information and invites have already been sent out. At the end of the day, the crypto market is in lull and Jensen wants a new source of revenue to keep his shiny record-breaking quarters going.



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