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NVIDIA GeForce RTX Pricing Founders Edition Revealed

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2080 is 699, might get one since PLN to USD is much better than when Pascal launched.
 

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Somehow gotta make another billion profit next quarter even with those huge dies...
 
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Oh, boy, I'm so enjoying it.


Yeah, only 50$ over Fools Edition of 1070, while 2080 is 100$ over 1080FE, and 2080Ti si.... lolololol...
For once, I'm with you mate.

This is hilarious. Watch those reviews and the real world performance when they're up and this joke gets even better.

Here's what we REALLY have:

1080ti performance at nearly the same price point as an architecture that was out for over 2 years.
 
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For once, I'm with you mate.

This is hilarious. Watch those reviews and the real world performance when they're up and this joke gets even better.

Here's what we REALLY have:

1080ti performance at nearly the same price point as an architecture that was out for over 2 years.
It'd be pathetic but, it's looking like that may end up being the case :laugh:.
 
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Don't get me wrong, I think this is a great leap in terms of visual quality in games, but the selection of titles this is gonna be available in will be so scarce that this price is just too much unless you've got money to blow. I like those cards, I like them a lot in terms of what features they offer, but I'm not gonna be an early adopter of RTX. Patience, people, patience.
 
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No and NO, I will stick to my 1080ti,.
 
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These are pre order prices. MSRP prices announced on stage were lower:

2080Ti: 1050€
2080: 750€
2070: 550€
 
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That’s what it looks like when competitors are all dead. I hope AMD could do something, like they are doing on the CPU side.
 
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1.Wait for the goddamn reviews before you buy,will you ?
2.Wait for the technology to catch on, cause I'm sure it will, did you see what it looks like, it's friggin spectacular. Only problem - it's in 3 games so far, will take another year or more to really see an acceptable number of games utilizing RTX, will take two or more to really see it as widely implemented as regular gameworks is. Can't wait to see it in action...on my 7nm nvidia card for the first time.
3.Those lower prices were not for FE perorder, they were for cheapest AIB cards from 20th Sept
 
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Holy shit! This is far worse than I speculated. I was thinking more along the lines of $1,000. Even then, I was wondering if I would actually reach for the wallet.

Sitting on a 980 Ti now, it looks like I'll be playing the wait game for much longer.
 
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Well, thanks, but no thanks.
 
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I blame AMD here - get competitive guys!
What's wonderful is that you don't have to wait for that, you can simply chose to not buy extremely overpriced products. You can have all the competition in the world, if people still give in to these insane prices it will amount to nothing and it's not like this didn't happen before.

Stop kidding yourselves, the market sorts itself out when it comes down to prices through how much customers are willing to pay.
 
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What's wonderful is that you don't have to wait for that, you can simply chose to not buy extremely overpriced products. You can have all the competition in the world, if people still give in to these insane prices it will amount to nothing and it's not like this didn't happen before.
Oh don't worry, I have no intention of buying at that price point. $1200 per card, and with a $hitty air cooler to boot. LOL. Money's not even an issue for me, but that's just an asinine price point by NVidia. They can sell that $hit to somebody else at that price.

At that price point it should come with the hottest escort imaginable that I get for a whole weekend.
 
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Wish AMD could get competitive again and shake up the graphics market just like they did for the CPUs.

With those prices NV can keep the entire 20 series to themselves. I'm happy with my 1080.
 
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Yup. NEXT

Nvidia may be up for a nasty surprise this round if they keep this up. This is a chance for competition to gain advantage.
What competition? AMD doesn't even have a card to succesfully compete with a 2 years old 1080 card, not to mention those top dogs. nGreedia just pulled another Apple/Intel...
Oh well, I guess I will live long and prosper with my 1080....
 
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Wish AMD could get competitive again and shake up the graphics market just like they did for the CPUs.

With those prices NV can keep the entire 20 series to themselves. I'm happy with my 1080.
What competition? AMD doesn't even have a card to succesfully compete with a 2 years old 1080 card, not to mention those top dogs. nGreedia just pulled another Apple/Intel...
Oh well, I guess I will live long and prosper with my 1080....
Until reviews and benchmarks hit we will not know that full current potential of this new gen of cards. Even then the ray-tracing aspects will not reach full potential until dev tools have matured and devs have had time to get to know and understand them, which is years off. So unless this new gen can offer great strides in performance for current and past games, I'm sticking with my 1080.
I'm seeing a pattern here, although it might not be teaching Nvidia a lesson.
 
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What's wonderful is that you don't have to wait for that, you can simply chose to not buy extremely overpriced products. You can have all the competition in the world, if people still give in to these insane prices it will amount to nothing and it's not like this didn't happen before.

Stop kidding yourselves, the market sorts itself out when it comes down to prices through how much customers are willing to pay.
Well it's not like we had deca cores at $1700 from you know who, yet some people will still not buy AMD today. They're just a placeholder so that the competition gives them cheap(er) products.
 
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