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post #21 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-18-2019, 10:28 PM
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If they priced it at $199 then this would be an absolute slam dunk for Nvidia, but we all know they will not do anything like that. More likely they will price it at $299 (or near enough that it makes little difference) at which point AMD would have an opportunity to lower pricing on the 590. A card that provided 1070-levels of performance (without the currently useless RT tech) for $200 would likely make the 1660Ti the most significant gaming card we've seen since the 970. Even if they price it relative to the 590 (which is almost a guarantee) it would still be by far the best card Nvidia has produced in quite a while and quite tantalizing for sticker-shocked gamers who have been absolutely beaten down by the crazy pricing of performance they've been stuck with for years now...


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This thing will be good if it's at GTX 1060 prices but why do I have a feeling it will be more. The RTX 2060 prices are ridiculous so I'm expecting more of the same.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post
If they priced it at $199 then this would be an absolute slam dunk for Nvidia, but we all know they will not do anything like that. More likely they will price it at $299 (or near enough that it makes little difference) at which point AMD would have an opportunity to lower pricing on the 590. A card that provided 1070-levels of performance (without the currently useless RT tech) for $200 would likely make the 1660Ti the most significant gaming card we've seen since the 970. Even if they price it relative to the 590 (which is almost a guarantee) it would still be by far the best card Nvidia has produced in quite a while and quite tantalizing for sticker-shocked gamers who have been absolutely beaten down by the crazy pricing of performance they've been stuck with for years now...

GTX 1070 performance for £199 would indeed be an absolute slam dunk for Nvidia, and one they definitely need at present.
If they aim for around $265 then it will decimate all RX 590 and most RX 580 sales, and undoubtedly be the 970 successor people waited years for. At $299 though, it'll be too close to the 2060 in price but not able to compete on performance.




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GTX 1070 performance for £199 would indeed be an absolute slam dunk for Nvidia, and one they definitely need at present.
If they aim for around $265 then it will decimate all RX 590 and most RX 580 sales, and undoubtedly be the 970 successor people waited years for. At $299 though, it'll be too close to the 2060 in price but not able to compete on performance.






There it is; the usual irrelevant AMD bashing from Outlaw. Its just childish.

Asking a question is bashing?? You need to quit looking for things to complain about
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Asking a question is bashing?? You need to quit looking for things to complain about
Well let's just say your posting history does not favor a benefit of the doubt.

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Just watched Jim's (AdoredTV) new video and have to agree with him that its highly unlikely they will name this card the 1660Ti. Just doesn't make any sense to me in relation to their current lineup. I think they should just stick with 20XX for all these new cards, but with the GTX prefix rather than RTX as a clear segmentation of the branding. But what do I know?

At any rate, Nvidia is clearly in a great position to drop an entire GTX-based 2000-series cards at significantly lower pricing than the RTX models, which is probably why AMD scrambled to get Vega 2 out so quickly. Nvidia still has the GPU market in a headlock and is by far and away the dominant performer at basically every performance level (as they have been for years now). The reason is obvious but I do have optimism for the future now that Zen has come onto the scene and rescued AMD's bottom line.

I think Navi is going to end up being very close to the leaked info Jim released in December, just a bit late. Hopefully we get a June or so launch of Navi's that rival the 2070 for under $300 and the 2080 for under $500 right before they curb-stomp Intel with Zen 2 at Computex! But we'll see...


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At any rate, Nvidia is clearly in a great position to drop an entire GTX-based 2000-series cards at significantly lower pricing than the RTX models, which is probably why AMD scrambled to get Vega 2 out so quickly.
What has Vega 2 to do with the upcoming mainstream GTX lineup?

Is it in the same price range? No.
Has it the same performance level? No.
Can it compete in terms of efficiency? No.
Is it even meant to compete with nvidias mainstream gpus? No, since they dont think more then 5000 cards will be bought.

Navi will be (hopefully) the competition for the GTX cards, but Vega isnt.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post
Just watched Jim's (AdoredTV) new video and have to agree with him that its highly unlikely they will name this card the 1660Ti. Just doesn't make any sense to me in relation to their current lineup. I think they should just stick with 20XX for all these new cards, but with the GTX prefix rather than RTX as a clear segmentation of the branding. But what do I know?

At any rate, Nvidia is clearly in a great position to drop an entire GTX-based 2000-series cards at significantly lower pricing than the RTX models, which is probably why AMD scrambled to get Vega 2 out so quickly. Nvidia still has the GPU market in a headlock and is by far and away the dominant performer at basically every performance level (as they have been for years now). The reason is obvious but I do have optimism for the future now that Zen has come onto the scene and rescued AMD's bottom line.

I think Navi is going to end up being very close to the leaked info Jim released in December, just a bit late. Hopefully we get a June or so launch of Navi's that rival the 2070 for under $300 and the 2080 for under $500 right before they curb-stomp Intel with Zen 2 at Computex! But we'll see...


I highly doubt they will combine any 20 series card with the GTX prefix. How many average consumers will buy the cheaper GTX 2080 thinking its an RTX 2080?
It would certainly bring up their GPP nonsense again.... because Nvidia clearly believe that gamers should know what they are buying and can make a clear choice.




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I highly doubt they will combine any 20 series card with the GTX prefix. How many average consumers will buy the cheaper GTX 2080 thinking its an RTX 2080?
It would certainly bring up their GPP nonsense again.... because Nvidia clearly believe that gamers should know what they are buying and can make a clear choice.






You have a habit, and clearly other users have also noticed, of posting anti-AMD 'content' regardless of the context or discussion. Even in topics completely void of anything hardware (Intel, AMD, Nvidia) related, you still post comments about Ryzen and AMD's GPUs.
Everyone is of course entitled to an opinion, but its another matter entirely to be pushing your own agenda at every possible opportunity.

This can be said of multiple users on this forum,you shouldnt be so sensitive for your fav company. The bashing that goes on against Intel and Nvidia is ridiculous on here. As soon as someone says anything anti AMD its considered bashing thats hilarious.

Anyway i think the 2060 will be a good midrange card at a very reasonable price. Did anyone watch gamers nexxus video on the 2060 ? Looks very hard to take apart for a waterblock.
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I can see this for $250. Direct replacement for 1060. Only problem is this will outsell 2060 and 2070 that use similar chip which is not good for Nvidia.

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