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2 years ago#1
Anyone have a good guess on when we'll be able to buy them? I tried googling release dates but couldn't find much.

Reason I ask is I'm looking to upgrade sometime here before the year is over.

I don't want to upgrade to a 780 and then in two months have the 880 come out.

Any info is appreciated thanks!
2 years ago#2
October for 880
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2 years ago#3
Ok sweet that's pretty soon then. Any idea on the Intel Processors?
2 years ago#4
studshawn17 posted...
Ok sweet that's pretty soon then. Any idea on the Intel Processors?

End of August for Haswell-E.
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2 years ago#5
Where was it announced for October? Just wondering because I am about to buy a GPU in a few days and it might be worth it to hold off if it has been officially announced for OCT.
2 years ago#6
29th of this month for the Haswell-E

Mid Sept for 880, the Oct is for Gigabytes non reference card(Where Oct date came from)
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2 years ago#7
Thanks for the info. I'm gonna do some research on the Intel processors hoping for a big improvement from my I5 2500K
2 years ago#8
End of this month for Haswell-E (note that you're gonna be spending more just because of DDR4), Q2 2015 for desktop Broadwell, though if you're on SB I'd still be recommending you hold off upgrading for a bit longer unless your CPU/motherboard are on the verge of failure somehow

And, yeah, sometime between now and December for 800-series (reference cards first, then aftermarket cooling about a month later)
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2 years ago#9
Broadwell coming before the year is over. Probably late nov
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2 years ago#10
How much of a speed boost is expect from the new Nvidia and Intel lines?
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