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How much should a GFX card cost?

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How much should a GFX card cost?  

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  1. 1. How much are you willing to pay?

    • Max $200
    • Max $500
    • Max $800
    • Max $1200
    • Max $1500
    • Doesn't matter, I want the best of the best!

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Geforce RTX 40x series is on the horizon and with that most likely a new price-range. As reported by Nvidia, the new RTX 40x series will start at $899 and will, if we look back at history, probably increase in time for launch.

So now we wonder, how much do you feel that a GFX card should cost? Sound off in the comments as well.

It's all good ❤️

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To actually answer the post, Since I'm not a wealthy person my price range would somewhere at $50. Wonder what you can get for that?

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