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Old 23-05-19, 03:33 PM
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Nvidia teases something SUPER for Computex 2019

RTX 2080 Ti SUPER edition?



Read more about Nvidia's SUPER Computex reveal.

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Old 23-05-19, 04:06 PM
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It's Nvidia though, so prepare for fraud.
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Old 23-05-19, 04:21 PM
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SUPER overhyped, SUPER overengineered and SUPER overpriced.
If its anything other than these things I will be SUPER surprised
Whatever this is, Its only an attempt to take away from the AMD announcements.
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Old 23-05-19, 04:24 PM
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I think it's gonna be 16Gbps GDDR6, maybe a little clock bump. Turing does seem to be more bandwidth hungry than previous NVidia generations(Especially with RTX on), so maybe that 15% bandwidth bump will translate to more than Pascal's memory clock refresh cards did.
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Old 23-05-19, 04:28 PM
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they had a little while since first launch , it will be a rtx titan x
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Old 23-05-19, 04:44 PM
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Can you say 'refresh'?

It's a Turing refresh to combat AMD's Nav's announcement
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Old 23-05-19, 04:44 PM
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RTX Titan was already a full fat chip tho. I guess they do have room to unlock more cores to make the Ti closer to RTX Titan, wouldn't be the first time they release a Ti chip with a core count matching last years Titan.
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It's a Turing refresh to combat AMD's Nav's announcement
It's a Turing refresh to combat AMD's Navi
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Old 23-05-19, 04:49 PM
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I think this is still going to be a fair few notches above any punch AMD could pull for this year, unless it's a 16Gbps refresh all the way down to RTX2070 (Can't see it on RTX2060 as that would basically turn it into an RTX2070 in bandwidth constrained situations, 2060 was mostly cut down with the bandwidth chop, core count didn't change too much from 2070)
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Old 23-05-19, 05:47 PM
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How about a "super" 100 dollar price drop for all RTX cards!(rtx 2080ti can have a super 400 dollar price cut)
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