GPU Upgrade?
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=TSR= Simo 20th Sep 2014


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Now might be a good time to grab a bargain if you are thinking of upgrading your GPU, Nvidia have announced that have now discontinued making the 700 series card like the 770, 780 and 780ti is mean prices are set to fall so retailers can get rid of the old stock.

But before you rush out to pick up a 780 which are still fantastic cards Nvidia have also just launched the 900 series to replace the 700 series, As you would imagine the new 900 series tech is faster has better bandwidth and benchmarks better than the 700 series but what you wouldnt expect is that the new 900 series cards are only £40-£50 more expensive then the older 700 series in an attempt to keep up with the cheap AMD R7 - R9 cards.

if you are already rocking a 770 or 780 i dont see much point in upgrading at the moment but if you were planing on getting one make sure you check out the 900 series first.

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=TSR= Simo 22nd Sep 2014


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And so it begins, Overclockers drop their prices on the GTX 700 series

GTX 760 from £145.99 Inc. VAT!!

GTX 770 from £179.99 Inc. VAT!!

GTX 780 from £227.99 Inc. VAT!!

GTX 780Ti from £349.99 Inc. VAT!!

http://www.overclockers.c ... o.uk
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