[Verge] Confirmed $1199 for RTX 2080 Ti FE, $599 RTX 2070 FE, $799 RTX 2080 FE - Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community

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post #1 of 683 (permalink) Old 08-20-2018, 10:56 AM - Thread Starter
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[Verge] Confirmed $1199 for RTX 2080 Ti FE, $599 RTX 2070 FE, $799 RTX 2080 FE

https://www.theverge.com/2018/8/20/1...-date-features

Go nuts.

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I'll pass.
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I'm still on an R9 290 paired with an i7 930. I was hoping these cards would be around the same as the older gens, to force prices down so I can buy either a 2070 or a 1080 Ti. I'm gonna be buying a 1080 Ti used off ebay now. These damn prices are why I haven't upgraded my PC in years. my X58 is from 2010 and my 290 is from 2014.
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I'm still on an R9 290 paired with an i7 930. I was hoping these cards would be around the same as the older gens, to force prices down so I can buy either a 2070 or a 1080 Ti. I'm gonna be buying a 1080 Ti used off ebay now. These damn prices are why I haven't upgraded my PC in years. my X58 is from 2010 and my 290 is from 2014.
Same. It is getting to be that "normal folks"(lol) can't afford a good upgrade. You have to save up for a couple months. "Okay kids, we can no longer go to Disney next year. Daddy needs to upgrade his video card so he can play some newer games."


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Sorry, bought the Ti, I think I am the reason graphics cards are priced at a ridiculous level.

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That's not the prices they gave out during the conference.

$499 for 2070, $699 for 2080, $999 for 2080 Ti.

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That's not the prices they gave out during the conference.

$499 for 2070, $699 for 2080, $999 for 2080 Ti.
Those are non FE prices.

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Yeah, gonna go ahead and wait for 7nm.
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And most, if not all AIB partner cards will be close to the FE prices, so those prices ($500/700/1000) may as well be $300, $400 and $600.

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Those are non FE prices.
All cards will cost same as FE anyway.only worst crap ever like ITX maybe will cost non FE prices.
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