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NVIDIA RTX SUPER Lineup Detailed, Pricing Outed

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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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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.
I would nevet pay 1300€ for a GPU. I am not judging you because each one knows what he does and we cant judge but when I was looking for a new GPU I had/have enough money and still refused the idea of spending so much. Got a 1080ti for 490€.

The problem here is that modern games are starting to demand more and more. And the mid range is now 400€-500€ wich is too much for mid range cards. Soon ppl will enter "panic mode" when their RX570s RX580s gtx 1060 gtx 1070 cant deliver 60fps 1080p anymore unless they use low settings. Then they will find out they have to pay 500€ for a decent upgrade...

Shocking and worrying imo. CPU prices are better thanks to AMD, ram prices stabilized, but the GPUs wich are the most important part on a gaming PC have this shocking price.

Idk man. Can see a lot of ppl going console route soon. Paying freaking 1000€-1200€ for a 60fps 1080p rig? Dude... Mental.
 
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Soon ppl will enter "panic mode" when their RX570s RX580s gtx 1060 gtx 1070 cant deliver 60fps 1080p anymore unless they use low settings. Then they will find out they have to pay 500€ for a decent upgrade...
Hopefully people don't panic - the 2nd hand market is very healthy. I'd hope people would go to ebay to get some good used gear and give NVidia a big fat middle finger.
 
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Hopefully people don't panic - the 2nd hand market is very healthy. I'd hope people would go to ebay to get some good used gear and give NVidia a big fat middle finger.
Idk man, here ppl are still selling gtx 1080s for 350€ at lowest and that's already the best price. But 2nd hand is defo the best thing to do. I got my 1080ti for 490€ on 2nd hand market.
Gotta hunt for good deals I guess.
 
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Yeah last time I checked no one is forced to buy anything... and it's sadly no surprise the 1080 Ti gets a lot of love, even the Radeon VII fell short; same price, 7nm, years later.
 
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......meanwhile at Nvdia: Hey guys watch this....boom RTX 2060 "Super" for $400 and every other ridiculous price I can come up with and....5...4..3..2..1.. (pre-orders flooding in bank account swelling) ..... ..........baaaahhhh hhhhaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


......as much as we laugh rant and rave......Nvdia is doing the same thing.....as they watch their bank account swell..
 
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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

NV controls like 70% of the discreet market so they set the market... This is what they want to do, and it'll keep getting worse. I saw this back when they had a glut of product last gen and didn't budge much on price, they were content to just let the supply run out whenever/however long it took. For this gen NV went full greed, pushing the x60 up a tier (where the 2070 should have been in price) and the 2070 up to the x80 tier and so on. This will continue until people get fed up and stop buying their products. Otherwise, what good is it for people to complain, but keep buy NV cards? I mean.. people have been complaining for a while but AMD hasn't gained much market share in 2 years.
 

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2060 for 399$ ? No, thanks.
Righ now you can find 1080's used for about $350, but instead throw another $50 to get RTX suport, a little bit performance
and better power efficiency, doesn't seem a bad deal, but its sad to see xx60 above $400.
One can dream about a RTX 2060 for less $300.
 
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I haven't followed the market that much, but presumably AMD's upcoming Navi cards are going to massively undercut the evil Nvidians?
 
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I haven't followed the market that much, but presumably AMD's upcoming Navi cards are going to massively undercut the evil Nvidians?
I wouldn't say massive. I think we've seen AMD try to compete on price and offering better gaming bundles, but people just keep buying NV. In other words, being cheaper doesn't really gain AMD market share.
 
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I've always thought of the RTX line as fairly priced, but too expensive. The R&D on RTX had to be astronomical, and true real time lighting is without a doubt a welcome addition to gaming. A ~30% performance boost over last gen with ray tracing is worth a premium, the problem is that the FPS drop doesn't make it worth using.
 
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I've always thought of the RTX line as fairly priced, but too expensive. The R&D on RTX had to be astronomical, and true real time lighting is without a doubt a welcome addition to gaming. A ~30% performance boost over last gen with ray tracing is worth a premium, the problem is that the FPS drop doesn't make it worth using.
It's not true RTRT yet. Even the RTX cards crumble with full real ray tracing.
 
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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.
I had all my GPU´s 5 year or more, my current 1080 evga is pre-ordered at launch date 08/02/2017 for 375 dollar, ill keep this until it dies.
 
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eh I'll pass, I'll wait for next round of Navi next year and 7nm nvidia next year. enjoy your continuing of lower sales Nvidia. :)
 
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Nice to see price to performance has barely changed since 2016.

I really hope Intel manages to shake up the dGPU market next year since AMD seems incapable of doing that. Or hell, maybe Matrox or SIS will burst back onto the scene out of nowhere (I can dream).
 

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How much we wanna bet this is nvidia’s phantom msrp and founders edition will be $100 more for each except for 2060 super which will be $50 more I think? Lol.
 
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Well...RTX is out of reach. Never in my life did I think I'd see prices of cards cost the full amount of a whole computer minus the GPU.

I just bought a 2nd Vega Fe card for $300. Sure, crossfire is a hit and miss for newer games, but it works fine for DX 11 games.
 
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15500 MHz GDDR6 is 496GBps, not 512GBps, 16000 MHz GDDR6 is 512 GBps. Looks like the RTX 2060 will remain on TU106, and the RTX 2060 Super to RTX 2080 Super will use TU104, with RTX 2080 ti and Titan RTX on TU102.
 
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Well...RTX is out of reach. Never in my life did I think I'd see prices of cards cost the full amount of a whole computer minus the GPU.

I just bought a 2nd Vega Fe card for $300. Sure, crossfire is a hit and miss for newer games, but it works fine for DX 11 games.
Exactly the reason I refuse to upgrade this time around. I was blown away when I saw prices of RTX at launch and AMD never grab my attention with their mediocre GPU's. I used to upgrade each time nVIDIA released new set of GPU but not this time. TITAN XP was my last upgrade and I will be utilizing its for some time to come. A non overclocked TITAN XP with 12gb of DDR5x performances great at 144.
 
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Exactly the reason I refuse to upgrade this time around. I was blown away when I saw prices of RTX at launch and AMD never grab my attention with their mediocre GPU's. I used to upgrade each time nVIDIA released new set of GPU but not this time. TITAN XP was my last upgrade and I will be utilizing its for some time to come. A non overclocked TITAN XP with 12gb of DDR5x performances great at 144.
yep just wait until 7nm Nvidia next year.
 
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and I thought the 2060 SUPER will have a faster memory over the 2060 FE. Guess there's no difference there, only slight bump in CUDA cores & that's all. For $50 increment too. Now I wanna see how it performs over the original RTX2060 in benchmarks & real world use.
 
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and I thought the 2060 SUPER will have a faster memory over the 2060 FE. Guess there's no difference there, only slight bump in CUDA cores & that's all. For $50 increment too. Now I wanna see how it performs over the original RTX2060 in benchmarks & real world use.
According to the leaks the 2060 Super will also gain 2 GB VRAM and have the larger 256 bit memory bus over the 2060 FE but I agree, until we see benchmarks we won't have the full picture of the performance gain. WhyCry over at VideoCardz speculates that the 2060 Super will be around 15% faster than the 260 FE. We'll see soon.
 
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I'm just saying. owo Seeing how it performs with minor improvements would be interesting.
 
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