Friday, June 28th 2019

NVIDIA RTX SUPER Lineup Detailed, Pricing Outed

NVIDIA has officially confirmed pricing and SKU availability for its refreshed Turing lineup featuring the SUPER graphics cards we've been talking about for ages now. Primed as a way to steal AMD's Navi release thunder, the new SUPER lineup means previously-released NVIDIA gppahics cards have now hit an EOL-status as soon as their souped-up, SUPER versions are available, come July 2nd.

The RTX 2060 and RTX 2080 Ti will live on, for now, as the cheapest and most powerful entries unto the world of hardware-based raytracing acceleration, respectively. The RTX 2070 and RTX 2080, however, will be superseded by the corresponding 2070 SUPER and 2080 SUPER offerings, with an additional RTX 2060 SUPER being offered so as to compete with AMD's RX 5700 ($399 for NVIDIA's new RTX 2060 SUPER vs $379 for the AMD RX 5700, which is sandwiched in the low-end by the RTX 2060 at $349).
The RTX 2070 SUPER will be positioned at a higher pricing point than AMD's upcoming RX 5700 XT ($499 vs $449), which should put it mildly ahead in performance - just today we've seen benchmarks that showed AMD's RX 5700 XT trading blows with the non-SUPER RTX 2070. The NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER will get improved performance as well as a drop in pricing, down to $699 versus the original's (exorbitantly high compared to the GTX 1080's pricing of $549) $799. Source: Videocardz
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152 Comments on NVIDIA RTX SUPER Lineup Detailed, Pricing Outed

#1
Vayra86
Hahahahahaha yeah

Its even worse than I had imagined. MSRP is basically 1:1 with Turing relative to performance. Another full year of zero progress it is. Nice.

Super.
Hard.
Pass.

moproblems99, post: 4071701, member: 155919"
With aibs much higher.

https://wccftech.com/nvidia-evga-geforce-rtx-2070-super-and-rtx-2060-super-graphics-card-leak/amp/
Pinch me please, I must be in some weird dream.

Are people really this stupid? Nvidia seems to think so... and they're probably right
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#3
Xaled
2060 for 399$ ? No, thanks.
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#5
TesterAnon
Xaled, post: 4071704, member: 158027"
2060 for 399$ ? No, thanks.
And that is the reference version, the EVGA version is $500 for example.
Yes, $500 for a 2060.

Well see you again next gen, time to wait another 2 years for Pascal prices.
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#6
Vayra86
TesterAnon, post: 4071708, member: 184515"
And that is the reference version, the EVGA version is $500 for example.
Yes, $500 for a 2060.
Makes sense for EVGA, they're forced to redesign their cooling every other generation :P
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#7
B-Real
Yeah, that's for the first rumoured 100$ cut for the normal versions. :D Be honest, who thought of that? RTX 2060 would cost $250 that way, meaning they would need to cut the price of the $280 1660Ti, then the 1660, 1650. And, this way, the Navi lineup will have a good chance to prove.
Vayra86, post: 4071700, member: 152404"
Hahahahahaha yeah

Its even worse than I had imagined. MSRP is basically 1:1 with Turing relative to performance. Another full year of zero progress it is. Nice.

Super.
Hard.
Pass.



Pinch me please, I must be in some weird dream.

Are people really this stupid? Nvidia seems to think so... and they're probably right
Interesting thing is that they didn't list the 2070 and 2080. As the Super version of both cost the same as the normal versions, i think that they may run out current supplies of RTX 2070 and 2080 then replace it with the Super versions. Except for the RTX 2060.
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#8
64K
B-Real, post: 4071716, member: 170068"
Interesting thing is that they didn't list the 2070 and 2080. As the Super version of both cost the same as the normal versions, i think that they may run out current supplies of RTX 2070 and 2080 then replace it with the Super versions. Except for the RTX 2060.
From the article sourced from VideoCardz the reason for that is the rumor that the regular 2070 and 2080 are now EOL.
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#9
Markosz
They keep pushing up the price...
xx60's card for $400??? GTX 960 was $200 MSRP. Soon they will be asking $500 for entry-mid grade cards
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#10
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
Vayra86, post: 4071700, member: 152404"
Hahahahahaha yeah

Its even worse than I had imagined. MSRP is basically 1:1 with Turing relative to performance. Another full year of zero progress it is. Nice.

Super.
Hard.
Pass.



Pinch me please, I must be in some weird dream.

Are people really this stupid? Nvidia seems to think so... and they're probably right
I believe I may be remaining on my 1080Ti until the NEXT gen, whenever that might be. We’ll see if I can break a record for time on one GPU. The previous one was a little over 3 years on a 8800GTX until I got the GTX 285.
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#11
Razrback16
Vayra86, post: 4071700, member: 152404"
Hahahahahaha yeah

Its even worse than I had imagined. MSRP is basically 1:1 with Turing relative to performance. Another full year of zero progress it is. Nice.

Super.
Hard.
Pass.



Pinch me please, I must be in some weird dream.

Are people really this stupid? Nvidia seems to think so... and they're probably right
Boy, you said it. To be fair, disappointment is what I expected from NVidia and they definitely delivered. I'll still wait and see what they do with the 2080 Ti Super model, but the pricing to performance ratio is still completely unacceptable. $1000 for a 2080 Ti that's only ~30-35 % faster than a 1080 Ti...get outta here. Only way I'd buy Turing at this point is 2nd hand market, cheap. Another $250-300 off the 2080 Ti and then we'll chat, Nvidia.
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#12
puma99dk|
I currently own a GTX 1080 Ti FE Hybrid and I was hoping at first that the RTX 2080 would beat this as a next gen usually do with a previous Ti card but not really the 1080 Ti at 1440p still gives the RTX 2080 a run for it's money and since games with Ray-Tracing is still not many for me it doesn't matter.

I don't see me paying like 850 USD for a RTX 2080 when I got a fully working GTX 1080 Ti.
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#13
moproblems99
Razrback16, post: 4071737, member: 177333"
Boy, you said it. To be fair, disappointment is what I expected from NVidia and they definitely delivered. I'll still wait and see what they do with the 2080 Ti Super model, but the pricing to performance ratio is still completely unacceptable. $1000 for a 2080 Ti that's only ~30-35 % faster than a 1080 Ti...get outta here. Only way I'd buy Turing at this point is 2nd hand market, cheap. Another $250-300 off the 2080 Ti and then we'll chat, Nvidia.
I'd pay 8 bills for the 2080 ti max. 3 years ago I wouldn't have spent over 6.

Edit:. Poll sucks by the way. There isn't an option for stupid no matter what Galaxy you live in.
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#14
Razrback16
moproblems99, post: 4071743, member: 155919"
I'd pay 8 bills for the 2080 ti max. 3 years ago I wouldn't have spent over 6.
Ya, I'd probably go $750 max on the reference and $850-900 per unit if they are pre-blocked. Sounds like I'm gonna be waiting a while though. :D Which is fine, I'm hoping Intel will come out with something competitive on the high end.

moproblems99, post: 4071743, member: 155919"
Poll sucks by the way. There isn't an option for stupid no matter what Galaxy you live in.
Agreed. They absolutely need a 3rd option because the two options they have are basically N/A for me. :) As Vayra86 said - SUPER. HARD. PASS. That is perfectly accurate for me as well at this point.
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#15
Raevenlord
News Editor
Updated the poll for all you non-believers.

And that's a joke, by the way.
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#16
Razrback16
Raevenlord, post: 4071754, member: 166527"
Updated the poll
Thank you sir. Vote cast. :)
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#17
ZoneDymo
Ngreedia strikes again.

Seriously, why even release these cards at this point, this is nonsense.
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#18
xkm1948
Wait for W1zzard’s review first
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#19
atomicus
This is what happens when you have no competition at the top end. AMD and/or Intel need to pull their fingers out. It's not even funny anymore.
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#20
Recus
ZoneDymo, post: 4071757, member: 66089"
Ngreedia strikes again.

Seriously, why even release these cards at this point, this is nonsense.
Only RTX 2060 Super price increased and that's only because AMgreeD priced RX 480 ($199) successor $449. :laugh: Rest of the Super aka Nails in Navi Coffin are cheaper and faster than originals.
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#21
Manu_PT
If RTX 2070 super has same performance or similar to 1080ti, for 500€/550€ it isnt that bad. But the rest... Not good tbh.
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#22
the54thvoid
I bought a 2080ti because I had money spare. But even with that, I'm aware it was a silly price. As an Nvidia owner, I say JSH is a total asswipe.
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#23
neatfeatguy
rtwjunkie, post: 4071726, member: 56774"
I believe I may be remaining on my 1080Ti until the NEXT gen, whenever that might be. We’ll see if I can break a record for time on one GPU. The previous one was a little over 3 years on a 8800GTX until I got the GTX 285.
That's it, just 3 years?

I ran with my GTX 280s for just over 3 years (well, one was a bad 285 flashed with a 280 BIOS), then I moved to GTX 570s and had those for just about 4.5 years. I'm coming up on year 4 with my 980Ti cards. I haven't ran them in SLI since after 3 months of owning them, just not necessary for me. 1 does well enough for my gaming needs.

Usually my move in GPUs depended on 1 of 2 things:
1) Card dies and there is no viable replacement to keep SLI setup going
2) A single, new gen, card comes along and can deliver the same or better performance than my current SLI setup.

Going off how I upgraded in the past, I haven't seen a reasonably priced single card that can deliver the same or better performance than my 980Ti cards in SLI. I haven't looked for a while, but I believe the 2080Ti is twice the performance of a single 980Ti, but price-wise, it's absolutely a 'goram' joke. I don't plan on upgrading anytime soon - might be another gen or two at the rate prices are going.
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#24
TheMadDutchDude
Pahahah. I’m still glad I hopped on the 1080 Ti wagon and got it with the water block for under $575 almost a year ago.
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#25
GoldenX
What a joke, this only will help validate the already high launch price of Navi. So another year without innovation, only price increases.
The best RTX game is a remake of a decades old FPS, and the competition doesn't even offer mesh shaders, let alone RTRT. And I thought that Pascal was a boring release.
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