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Old 12-26-2018, 07:10 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
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RTX 2060 might come in 4GB and 3GB versions (why I have no idea)
um...what?

EDIT: It sucks that I was holding out for this card, will likely skip until AMD has something to offer. (exactly what I'm doing in the CPU department)

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Old 12-28-2018, 11:03 AM
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~ 6.5 TFLOPs akin to GTX 1070 , however it has 48 ROPS similar to GTX 1060


There doesn't seem to be major power improvements because it still uses 8 pin power on reference, so maybe it's between 150W and 180W max power instead of 120W-150W max power (75W PCIE express slot + 75W 6 pin PCIE power). The question is , will Nvidia be able to sell this for anything more than $350 since a GTX 1070 Ti or GTX 1080 also uses 8 pin PCIE power on reference and is highly likely to be quicker.


GTX 1070 are now going on sale sub $300 , and GTX 1070 Ti are around $400

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~ 6.5 TFLOPs akin to GTX 1070 , however it has 48 ROPS similar to GTX 1060


There doesn't seem to be major power improvements because it still uses 8 pin power on reference, so maybe it's between 150W and 180W max power instead of 120W-150W max power (75W PCIE express slot + 75W 6 pin PCIE power). The question is , will Nvidia be able to sell this for anything more than $350 since a GTX 1070 Ti or GTX 1080 also uses 8 pin PCIE power on reference and is highly likely to be quicker.


GTX 1070 are now going on sale sub $300 , and GTX 1070 Ti are around $400
Based on this information you provided Nvidia should be selling this card in the $250-270 price range. But Nvidia being Nvidia I'm expecting $350-400...

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Old 12-29-2018, 05:42 PM
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Supposedly $350 and the performance is above GTX 1070 per Nvidia despite a 10W TDP bump, more along the lines of GTX 1070 Ti at 1440p (i.e. VR resolution) and in some titles closer to GTX 1080.


Would highly recommend independent reviews, as you know the RTX 2060 is using a twin fan founder edition , while the GTX 1070 in the comparison is likely the FE blower with the weaker PCB.


I suspect the GTX 1160 if it's real will be the true GTX 1060 successor.

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Is it me or is there an avalanche of rumours regarding the x60 cards? And some ridiculous claims that some cards will come with 3 GB of RAM. In 2019? 3 GB on a x60 card? The 1152 core GTX 1060 is already leaving a lot of horsepower on the table at 1080p in some games due to VRAM limitations, how on earth would a Turing based 1536 core GTX 1160 make any sense? Let alone a rumoured 1920 core RTX 2060 based on a binned 2070 chip.

Is Nvidia trying to figure out what to do next or something, trying to see what rumour sticks best?

If the two models end up being true, it's a bit of a mess. An RTX 2060 based on a binned RTX 2070 chip won't have enough RT and Tensor cores to justify its existence at the price that they will likely charge, so I guess being based on a binned chip is a low risk strategy for Nvidia, but the existence of the GTX 1160 without the RTX cores seems the most confusing. Some say it's a new chip with the RTX features stripped out but with 1920 cores - the same as the RTX 2060, but then who would buy the RTX model? -, others say it has 1536 cores, which seems to make a lot more sense, even if it will probably make for an unexciting card at still above normal pricing levels.

Besides, if they are going to produce a new, non RTX card at this point in time for the midrange market, they are basically proving AMD right, this tech isn't ready for the mainstream market. Wouldn't it make a lot more sense to just adopt the same strategy that they used for the GTX 200 series ten years ago? Only the higher end cards were new, the rest was all based on previous gen silicon. If they have an overstock of Pascal chips and they also don't have RTX, why not let go of their pride and keep selling the GTX 1060, GTX 1070 and 1070 Ti at reduced prices until 7nm comes along and they can produce a credible top to bottom line-up?

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