Sunday, June 30th 2019

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 Super Market Availability Revealed

NVIDIA is giving its GeForce RTX 20-series product family a mid-cycle refresh with the RTX 20 Super-series, which sees performance uplifts across price-points, in the wake of AMD's Radeon RX 5000 "Navi" series. The company is expected to formally announce the series tomorrow (2nd July, 2019), but VideoCardz has learned the dates more relevant to you: market availability. According to them, while all three Super SKUs will be announced on July 2nd, namely the RTX 2060 Super, the RTX 2070 Super, and the RTX 2080 Super; market availability will vary.

The GeForce RTX 2060 Super and the GeForce RTX 2070 Super will be available to purchase on the 9th of July, 2019. The high-end GeForce RTX 2080 Super will be available from the 23rd of July. The RTX 2060 Super will launch at USD $399, which is on-par with the Radeon RX 5700, and $50 higher than the original RTX 2060. The RTX 2070 Super will displace the original RTX 2070 at USD $499, which could push its lower. The RTX 2080 Super will launch at USD $699, displacing the original RTX 2080. VideoCardz speculates that the original RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 (non-Ti) will attain EOL status after tomorrow's announcement. The remaining RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 units in the market will be sold at discounted prices.
Source: VideoCardz
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18 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 Super Market Availability Revealed

#1
lynx29
milk it, milk it good ~

good thing I am more patient in my old age. see you at 7nm Nvidia, ta ta.
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TesterAnon
I wonder what prices would have been like if AMD didn't release a overpriced GPU too, they got greedy and we all got affected by it and they only got a DOA GPU.
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FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
Turing are big chips on an old process where Navi are moderate chips on a new process; hence, price not good for either when looking at comparative performance. We're not going to see good bang for the buck GPUs like the RX 570 for a year or two while TSMC recoups their R&D costs and improves yields.
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#4
Crackong
R.I.P 2080 and 2070 users (including me)
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#5
lynx29
Yeah I agree with Ford, it just needs another year or two to blossom, prices and competition is coming, and I think Intel might surprise everyone with their dedicated GPU's as well. I never thought I would see something like Xbox Game Pass for PC for $5 a month, yet here it is. I paid for it and I am loving it, all these great games I can download in full and play... I remember going to video rental stores like 20 years ago and paying more triple this just to rent a game for 7 days. lol
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#6
rvalencia
Double check RTX 2060 Super being TU104 instead of TU106
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#7
xkm1948
lynx29
milk it, milk it good ~

good thing I am more patient in my old age. see you at 7nm Nvidia, ta ta.
7nm Nvidia pricing might put Turing pricing to shame: potentially even higher
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lynx29
xkm1948
7nm Nvidia pricing might put Turing pricing to shame: potentially even higher
unless RDNA matures, or Intel finall competes, even if they don't compete highest end, doesn't matter for most people, but i expect we will see 2080 super performance at $400 this time next year. competition is coming. RDNA just needs more time to mature.
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Raendor
Crackong
R.I.P 2080 and 2070 users (including me)
Why? Will it turn miraculously into pumpkin and stop working for some reason? It’s tech. I bought 1080 back in 2016 at launch. It didn’t become worse card when 1080ti released and 1080 got cheaper.
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xkm1948
lynx29
unless RDNA matures, or Intel finall competes, even if they don't compete highest end, doesn't matter for most people, but i expect we will see 2080 super performance at $400 this time next year. competition is coming. RDNA just needs more time to mature.
I have little hope for RTG. Intel may bring something to the table.
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#11
Pumper
TesterAnon
I wonder what prices would have been like if AMD didn't release a overpriced GPU too, they got greedy and we all got affected by it and they only got a DOA GPU.
I suspect that AMD will be selling those Navi cards at permanent discounts while retaining the original MSRP.
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#12
bug
rvalencia
Double check RTX 2060 Super being TU104 instead of TU106
No need. We knew it couldn't be TU106, because the regular 2060 already maxes that out.
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#13
medi01
FordGT90Concept
We're not going to see good bang for the buck GPUs like the RX 570 for a year or two while TSMC recoups their R&D costs and improves yields.
Rumours are 7nm yields are good though.
How much more expensive could 250mm^2 Navi chip be vs 14nm 235mm^2 Polaris?
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HTC
medi01
Rumours are 7nm yields are good though.
How much more expensive could 250mm^2 Navi chip be vs 14nm 235mm^2 Polaris?
I can't say exact numbers ofc, but i'd expect quite a bit actually, for the following reasons:

1 - Polaris is on a mature process so Polaris yields are higher
2 - wafers for Polaris are much cheaper than those of Navi
3 - the RAM on Polaris is cheaper than that of Navi

Ofc it's more expensive.

When the process matures ... we may actually see quite a reduction in prices but, until then ... i'd expect it will take a while :(
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bug
medi01
Rumours are 7nm yields are good though.
How much more expensive could 250mm^2 Navi chip be vs 14nm 235mm^2 Polaris?
A chip built on 7nm (Navi) that is half the size of a chip built on 12nm (Turing) will retail for roughly the same price. That's how much more expensive it is.
While yields may not be be biggest problem anymore, fab capacity is.
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#17
Unregistered
Looks like AMD wins any which way, PC GPU pricing continuing to climb into stratosphere? Average gamer keeps current GPU, downscales to newer lower tier GPU, or to console, or to Stadia. Whereas nvidia is caught having to continuously increase their pricing to keep up appearances now.
#18
bug
rvalencia
RTX 2070 is based on TU106 www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/geforce-rtx-2070.c3252

RTX 2070 Super jumps into TU104.
Oops, dropped the ball hard there.
I meant we knew it's not going to be TU106-200 anymore, it is going to be in the same family as 2070 now. Thanks for noticing.
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