Thursday, June 27th 2019

NVIDIA RTX 2070 SUPER Pictured for the First Time

VideoCardz have managed to snag a photo of the upcoming NVIDIA RTX 2070 SUPER. Set in a new, Turing refresh series of graphics cards that will basically increase execution units and RT capabilities across the RTX 2000 series lineup, the RTX 2070 SUPER is based on the TU104 silicon, which powers the current RTX 2080 graphics card (revision TU104-410-A1). With 2560 shading units, 160 TMUs and 64 ROPs, 320 Tensor cores and 40 RT cores across 40 SMs, this card is meant to bring the battle to AMD's upcoming Navi graphics cards, keeping NVIDIA's momentum in the consumer market.

The card is basically an NVIDIA reference RTX 2070 with a green SUPER logo, with the additional differentiation of the black part of the cooler shroud now being silver-colored. According to leaked information, it's expected that NDAs will be lifted come the series launch on July 2nd.
Source: Videocardz
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51 Comments on NVIDIA RTX 2070 SUPER Pictured for the First Time

#1
64K
5 days and counting. I'm curious what the actual performance increases will be on these Super cards. Hope it's not yawn-worthy.
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#2
Manu_PT
This one might challenge the stock 1080ti. If it comes at around 550€ MAX, it is acceptable. If nvidia increases the prices for Super line up, then whatever. Same old story. We had these cards 3 years ago (minus RTX wich I doubt someone cares about)
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#3
yeeeeman
How much for a sticker? My GTX2070 is already Super, so I guess it deserves a sticker.
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#4
bug
I voted "don't care", but as far as reference designs are concerned, this is definitely among the better ones.
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#5
Fluffmeister
Well it doesn't have a dent, so that is a good start.
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#6
ZoneDymo
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5 days and counting. I'm curious what the actual performance increases will be on these Super cards. Hope it's not yawn-worthy.
its going to be yawn worthy, just enough to get current RTX2070 basic version owners a bit unhappy.
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#7
Fluffmeister
Yeah bit faster than a standard 2070, so right around the Radeon VII.
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#8
bug
ZoneDymo, post: 4071097, member: 66089"
its going to be yawn worthy, just enough to get current RTX2070 basic version owners a bit unhappy.
If you're looking to upgrade every generation or hoping nothing faster than what you have will ever surface, you'll die unhappy ;)
Since these are supposedly launching at the previous parts' price points (the jury's still out on the 2060 Super), they are nothing more than a bit more bang for new buyer's buck.
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#9
Th3pwn3r
Super will be followed by Super Duper...
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#10
DeOdView
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Super will be followed by Super Duper...
I'll vote for > SUPER TI <
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#11
Tartaros
I hope they put more raytracing sauce to these, if they can bring a chunk of more fps with raytracing I will be seriously interested.
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#12
Pumper
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5 days and counting. I'm curious what the actual performance increases will be on these Super cards. Hope it's not yawn-worthy.
I'm more interested in the prices. If nvidia decides to keep the current GPUs at their prices and sell Super in-between, then these GPUs will be useless. To make any sense in competing with 5700/XT, the Super RTX should replace the regular ones (while those getting price cuts) at the same price points.
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#13
ZoneDymo
Th3pwn3r, post: 4071110, member: 74037"
Super will be followed by Super Duper...
pwnzorz!!!!

shenanigans aside, im surprised so many people dont like the logo on the shroud in the mini poll.
Personally I think it looks delightfully oldschool, like that Microsoft Xbox play (or whatever the service is called) logo last E3.
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#14
Basard
I guess next up is 5700XT Uber....
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#15
trog100
its just a small upgrade.. as long as the price dosnt go up nothing to moan about.. but if the price dosnt go up the none super prices will have to come down while they are still around..

trog
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#16
diatribe
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I'm more interested in the prices.
The current generation will probably drop in price, while these take there place. The Super 2060 may be a bit more expensive (more VRAM), and the 2080 may even be less than the current 2080 MSRP of $799.

I predict the RTX 2060 at $429; the RTX 2070 at $499 or $549; and the RTX 2080 at $699 or $749.
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#18
B-Real
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5 days and counting. I'm curious what the actual performance increases will be on these Super cards. Hope it's not yawn-worthy.
Expect that. A yawn-worthy performance increase.
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#19
TesterAnon
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Expect that. A yawn-worthy performance increase.
With a considerable price increase.
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#20
BArms
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I'll vote for > SUPER TI <
I can see it now, needs more TI.

2080 SUPER TiTi
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#21
HisDivineOrder
Good to know nVidia continues to save performance in the tank for the very day when competition arrives. Imagine if AMD tried to show up the day nVidia first launched instead of waiting nearly a year after the fact.

Let's hope Intel is serious and not filly-farting around because GPU's need competition in a bad way.
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#22
Fluffmeister
Yeah, the lack of competition is yawn worthy, but many here are happy to wait and pay the same money for the same performance, or often worse.

Yawn indeed.
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#24
Vayra86
Honestly, If I wanted to watch baby steps, I'll just go and look at my 10mo young daughter. Much more interesting, and you can actually see progress that way.

All this SUPER really is, is Nvidia's way to cut the price - making you pay the same for a speck of additional perf. Not a bad thing, just very lame & boring. The real price cut happens in the old stock they need to get rid of. Gotta keep that money train rolling.

Some people act like its a great thing that 'Turing tiers get shifted a bit for no extra money' but really, the gap between Turing tiers is so minimal, the only shift that really matters is a 2080ti. The rest is same shit under yet another new logo - for the how many'th time now? 3rd? Let's keep in mind the only meaningful Turing card perf wise was that 2080ti. The 2080 is hardly noteworthy compared to the previous flagship.

If this gets you even mildly excited you really need to go out more.
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