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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Landing in January at $999

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Actually, it's expected that the RTX 3080 Ti will also lack the NV-Link connector, which would be the only remaining "disadvantage" compared to the RTX 3090, if you can call it that. Also, in my opinion, the 3080 Ti 'killing' the 3090 is an overstatement, because Nvidia was never expecting large sales numbers on the 3090 - it isn't, and never was, the mainstream, high volume product. This is regardless of availability, as even if thousands upon thousands of 3070, 3080 and 3090 were available to buy right now, the 1500+$ is still severely prohibitive, plus the independent reviews have probably had a pretty negative impact on the desirability of the 3090, as it showed it offered pretty pathetic performance improvements over the 3080, while being 210% of the price, comparatively.

In reality, the 3090 is a pretty badly handled product, IMO. The product itself isn't 'bad', but how it was priced, marketed and positioned in the product stack made is seem just.. absurd. Considering the price increase, the 5-10% performance improvement is absolutely laughable, so you end up paying essentially just for the bonus 14 GB of GDDR6X, which will pay off for you in a gaming scenario... how? The 3090 should have never been marketed as a gaming card, especially with the 8K marketing gimmick, which is a total joke for multiple reasons, as proven by independent testing.

An RTX 3080 Ti would be a much more sensible product at $949-$999, but again, who cares what the specs or price is, if we are not going to be able to buy it for ~6 months after 'launch'??? :laugh:

This gentleman knows what he is talking about.

Anyway people will buy 3090 because it is the strongest on nvidia side.
 
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Gee, who saw THIS coming? LOL!! Now what they need is a 3080S with 16GB to match Radeon offerings.
 
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Actually, it's expected that the RTX 3080 Ti will also lack the NV-Link connector, which would be the only remaining "disadvantage" compared to the RTX 3090, if you can call it that. Also, in my opinion, the 3080 Ti 'killing' the 3090 is an overstatement, because Nvidia was never expecting large sales numbers on the 3090 - it isn't, and never was, the mainstream, high volume product. This is regardless of availability, as even if thousands upon thousands of 3070, 3080 and 3090 were available to buy right now, the 1500+$ is still severely prohibitive, plus the independent reviews have probably had a pretty negative impact on the desirability of the 3090, as it showed it offered pretty pathetic performance improvements over the 3080, while being 210% of the price, comparatively.

In reality, the 3090 is a pretty badly handled product, IMO. The product itself isn't 'bad', but how it was priced, marketed and positioned in the product stack made is seem just.. absurd. Considering the price increase, the 5-10% performance improvement is absolutely laughable, so you end up paying essentially just for the bonus 14 GB of GDDR6X, which will pay off for you in a gaming scenario... how? The 3090 should have never been marketed as a gaming card, especially with the 8K marketing gimmick, which is a total joke for multiple reasons, as proven by independent testing.

An RTX 3080 Ti would be a much more sensible product at $949-$999, but again, who cares what the specs or price is, if we are not going to be able to buy it for ~6 months after 'launch'??? :laugh:

But on the postive side it did expose the suckers out there dumb enough to spend $1500 on a GPU just for gaming on and fleece them of their money...
 
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By doing so they just cannibalized all of those 3080 10GBs on shelves

oh, hang on.

Cannibalized, no, scalper fodder! Scalpers might need some money to buy several so they may have to drop prices on the lowly 10GB models to buy the next hot item.
 
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Here some scalpers in action on my local craiglist like site :

Swiss francs are referred with : XXXX .- and they are very similar in value to dollars... 2300 dollars for a 3090.

 
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None of those cards exist, we'll have to wait till spring to be able to buy the cards for normal price.
 
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Called it! :D and I can get it cheaper on Amazon when it's released as I have almost $300 saved up on points :D :D
 

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Here some scalpers in action on my local craiglist like site :

Swiss francs are referred with : XXXX .- and they are very similar in value to dollars... 2300 dollars for a 3090.


I'm amazed that there are people who buy these overpriced things...
 
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Awesome... Just $999, down from $1,499, well to $1,200 in retail shops, but who cares? GPUs are becoming cheaper with each generation. The more you buy, the more you save. Sarcasm press o_O
 
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Lemme guess, Nvidia will still totally be suplying enough and fighting scalpers? :rolleyes:
 
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Is this dual 8-pin power at the back? That would be great!
 
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"According to the unknown manufacturer..."

Totally legit. :rolleyes:
 

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any GFX card that cost 850$+ I want HBM2e.
Why would you want that? AMD saw the error of their ways on that front too, so you’re kind of The Lone Ranger.

There it is ! I knew that !

Uhmm now i could think to sell my 2080 Ti, even if absolutley not needed.
I’d hold off on that. Otherwise you’ll be in the sane boat as everyone that sold their cards and then couldn’t fins a 3080.
 
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This looks interesting. But let's see what amd has to offers as well and if nvidia can even deliver any card:kookoo:

Now to ready my bots once again and make life for gamers a he'll and sell to triple normal price
 
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I don't care about another graphics card that I could never afford. Wake me when we get a current gen $250 - $300 graphics card that's worth a damn.
 
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Benchmark Scores I once clocked a Celeron-300A to 564MHz on an Abit BE6 and it scored over 9000.
This will get really close to the 6900XT, most likely.
So AMD will probably lop $100 off the price or maybe just shrug their collective shoulders because they'll probably still be selling every single 6900XT instantly at $999 no matter what.

Competition is great but in a two-horse race where neither horse seems to be visible, does it really matter which one is fastest?
Wake me up when the supply chain has caught up and they're generally in stock at MSRP
 
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I usually upgrade my GPU when 400~450€ doubles the performance of my existing GPU. I do this the last 15 years. I think this time I'll marry the 5700XT...

Hey... how thick is this 3080Ti? because I dont think it fits in the gap between 3080 and 3090... I'm just saying...
 
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So it's a $1500 3090 that's missing 4GB of GDDR6X.
Nvidia has just pulled ahead of Apple, charging $500 for 4GB of RAM.

Hey... how thick is this 3080Ti? because I dont think it fits in the gap between 3080 and 3090... I'm just saying...
Yes, but that is obviously not an official Nvidia image. That's just something some fan cooked up with their imagination.
Expect the FE to use the stupid 12-pin again.
 
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It's truly astonishing just how moronic the tech community is. Nvidia have been bumping up the price of their cards for a while now and through all the moaning and hysteria these cards fly off shelves. Doesn't even come down to money for me, it's the principle. One day people will learn - stop buying and prices will tumble.
 
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It's truly astonishing just how moronic the tech community is. Nvidia have been bumping up the price of their cards for a while now and through all the moaning and hysteria these cards fly off shelves. Doesn't even come down to money for me, it's the principle. One day people will learn - stop buying and prices will tumble.
Have you considered that the people doing the moaning and hysteria might not be the people making the cards fly off the shelves?

It's almost as if sweeping generalisations that take a complex mix of several vast demographics and narrow them down to "the moaning and hysterical tech community" doesn't actually work.
 
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Yes, but that is obviously not an official Nvidia image. That's just something some fan cooked up with their imagination.
Expect the FE to use the stupid 12-pin again.
I guess I failed on my sarcasm on "performance" gap...
 
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I guess I failed on my sarcasm on "performance" gap...
Nah, I liked your dad joke. I didn't even mean to quote you, was replying to someone about the 8-pin connectors on the back. I guess it's time to stop work and start alcohol because my mind is clearly not up to scratch at this point in the day ;)
 
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