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Old 28-06-19, 10:36 AM
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Nvidia's RTX Super Pricing Leaks - Some Older RTX cards are EOL?

What are your thoughts on these prices?



Read more about Nvidia's RTX Super pricing and specs.

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Old 28-06-19, 10:43 AM
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What are your thoughts on these prices?
The prices of new cards are good. They offer you more performance for the same money. Are the prices of the original original cards good?? It all depends from which angle are you seeing the picture.
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Old 28-06-19, 11:02 AM
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Personally I don't think the 50$ bump on the 2060 Super will play out too well for them, the 5700XT is a 2560core/256-bit/8GB config card just like the RTX2070 Super, while the 5700 is a 2304c/256b/8GB card just like the RTX2070, probably with similar clock speed differences, so the performance drop between AMDs $449 and $379 cards is going to be directly comparable to the drop between the 2070Super and 2070.

From the sounds of it, 2070Super will have a slight performance advantage and a feature set advantage(Albeit one not all would make much use of atm) but a big price premium over 5700XT, while the 2060Super seems like it's going to fall a little short of the 5700 or get very tangled with it but for a much smaller price premium. Personally I think discount EOL 2070's would probably end up being the most closely matched competitor for the 5700XT in price/perf.
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They're all £200 too expensive.
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Old 30-06-19, 07:44 AM
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They're all £200 too expensive.
£300 imo

I think the best placed pricing for Nvidia they had were the 700 series GPUs. At least then, I thought it was good Price v Perf. After that it went out of control.
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Old 30-06-19, 07:44 PM
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£300 imo

I think the best placed pricing for Nvidia they had were the 700 series GPUs. At least then, I thought it was good Price v Perf. After that it went out of control.
Agreed, I splashed out for a 780 classified and remember thinking it was quite a wad of cash for a card. Nowadays prices have gotten insane
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£300 imo

I think the best placed pricing for Nvidia they had were the 700 series GPUs. At least then, I thought it was good Price v Perf. After that it went out of control.
$49 2060 would be sweet as!
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$49 2060 would be sweet as!
I'd buy one for that price... Not sure why anyone wouldn't
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I'm trying to figure out what a good upgrade path is for a 1080 for 1440p gaming and I don't really think there's a good one that doesn't involve selling both kidneys to buy it in the first place
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1080 is perfectly adequate for 1440p though.
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