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User Info: SM1LER7

SM1LER7
3 years ago#1
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidia-gtx-880-gm2014-gamescom,27305.html

I hope this rumor is true, as then I could use the EVGA step up program to trade in my 780 for it.
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User Info: Jprime666

Jprime666
3 years ago#2
SM1LER7 posted...
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidia-gtx-880-gm2014-gamescom,27305.html

I hope this rumor is true, as then I could use the EVGA step up program to trade in my 780 for it.


How does the step up program work?

Actually as I typed this I remembered that my it was my 560ti that EVGA. My 770 is MSI. Still how does it work for curiosities sake?
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ab2c4
3 years ago#3
I sure hope the 880 get released next month. I personally am waiting for the 860 so the sooner we see the 880 the better (since that will be released first). My GTX 470 desperately needs to be upgraded.

User Info: Clutch_Theory

Clutch_Theory
3 years ago#4
Jprime666 posted...
SM1LER7 posted...
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/nvidia-gtx-880-gm2014-gamescom,27305.html

I hope this rumor is true, as then I could use the EVGA step up program to trade in my 780 for it.


How does the step up program work?

Actually as I typed this I remembered that my it was my 560ti that EVGA. My 770 is MSI. Still how does it work for curiosities sake?


You have 90 days to step up. Also I think it has to be a card that was just released with those 90 days. Not completely sure on that one though.

User Info: TheCommunator

TheCommunator
3 years ago#5
AMD = Finished

User Info: Pepys Monster

Pepys Monster
3 years ago#6
I thought cards had to be in the same series to use the step up program.
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darkus_f
3 years ago#7
Well then.... I was planning to buy a 780 but I might as well wait. :/
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User Info: SM1LER7

SM1LER7
3 years ago#8
Pepys Monster posted...
I thought cards had to be in the same series to use the step up program.


No, according to EVGA's page on it that is for motherboards only (same socket). I think 780-> 880 would qualify.
http://www.evga.com/support/stepup/
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User Info: dementedlullaby

dementedlullaby
3 years ago#9
Well my step up ends in September so I hope this is true lol. But if it isn't I'll just buy another 780 for SLI.
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User Info: HylianZ

HylianZ
3 years ago#10
Its all just speculation. Wait for Nvidia to announce, then make plans.
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