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post #11 of 361 (permalink) Old 05-23-2019, 11:31 AM
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that works too. I'll buy two of whatever it is, if its a jump like 680 >> GK Titan. The last time they actually had to reach.

that + a 64 lane AMD chip for my SLI + 4x NVMe card = set for another 6 years until the next console cycle.

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It's probably something such as a RTX 2070 Ti at $600 while dropping RTX 2070 to $450 MSRP , RTX 2060 with faster memory bandwidth (see what happened on Pascal) to compete with upcoming Navi chips , or announcement of GTX 1650 Ti since GTX 1650 was underwhelming (unlikely due to the price gap). At lower tiers the price gap is smaller (~$30-60) while at higher price tiers the gap widens to $100 and up.

The lineup is currently:
$2.5K RTX TITAN 24GB, TU102 (basically for pro workloads due to price)
$1.2K RTX 2080 Ti 11GB, TU102 (uncontested)
$800 RTX 2080 8GB , TU104 (not really contested hard by Radeon 7 , as that is slower by ~ 8%)
<--- RTX 2070 Ti? 8GB, TU104 cut down and NVLink

$500 RTX 2070 8GB , TU106 <--- may be contested by full Navi
$350 RTX 2060 6GB, TU106 <--- may be contested by cut down Navi , currently up against Vega 64
NON RTX
$280 GTX 1660 Ti 6GB, TU116 <--- may be contested by cut down Navi , currently up against Vega 56
$220 GTX 1660 (6GB GDDR5) , TU116 <--- faster than RX 590 / RX 580
<--- GTX 1650 Ti? , TU117 full die (unlikely)
$150 GTX 1650 (4GB GDDR5) , TU117 <--- pretty terrible against RX 570

The only thing that makes sense is a preemptive strike against Navi as well as outlet for TU104 chips that don't make the cut for RTX 2080 / Quadro RTX 4000 (which has TU104 but same shaders as RTX 2070), which means the RTX 2070 / RTX 2060 may drop and there might be a RTX 2070 Ti of some sort. Obviously that depends on Navi pricing. If it's a $500 Navi that competes with RTX 2070 at best we would see a memory speed increase similar to what happened on Pascal.

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It seems unlikely that they would have anything to replace the 2080 ti this soon. Highly doubt this will be anything to get excited about, and if it is a new line-up, it will only cost you an organ donation to buy it.

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So now we get a $1000 card? Yay...
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It seems unlikely that they would have anything to replace the 2080 ti this soon. Highly doubt this will be anything to get excited about, and if it is a new line-up, it will only cost you an organ donation to buy it.

Zero faith in Nvidia to deliver. They're almost the EA of hardware.
EA releases below average games for normal AAA price (+ microtransactions)
Nvidia releases the best graphics card by far for a hefty price premium.



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i just want a future announcement. They told us about Pascal like 5 years ago.

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Something with HDMI 2.1? I bet they could sell a few 2080 Ti's with HDMI 2.1.
That is the only thing that they could add to make me overpay for one of those cards!
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