From what Hardware Unboxed has said on Youtube, AIB's and distributors are jacking up prices and forcing bundles on the retailers, it's not the retailers doing it (although I'm sure they are probably adding some on top as well).
Asrock Taichi? It's about the only one I remember seeing available from time to time.The topic says it, but I 'won" the shuffle and got access to a card... so is this something worthwhile as an upgrade from my 1080ti? Appreciate it. I've been an nvidia user forever so this will be a change for sure.
It's crazy how high prices have climbed. Not sure who to blame, but they're unreasonable now.
My 6900XT has performed very well in VR. Granted I've not fallen hard for VR and my sample size is small. I just have Arizona Sunshine, Pavlov, Onward, Alyx, MOH (which I still haven't played) and a few other less demanding titles. I'd probably be more into it if I were to spring the bucks for one of those VR rifle setups.The 6800XT is an amazing upgrade over the 1080Ti. The only issue I have with AMD cards is the fishy VR performance. They seem to have irregular performance and odd behavior, which I can't accept since all I do is VR game these days.
Yeah, the Newegg shuffle makes me eye twitch. You know that the market is screwed up when they can offer a chance to buy a GPU and (probably unwanted) motherboard bundle for 35% over MSRP, and you'll still probably strike out.
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