Originally Posted by Sir Beregond
My thought exactly.
Now how about a reasonably priced GTX 2080 TI or 2080?
80% of $350 is still $280.
I suspect it'll be a bit less than $280 due to dropping RTX features , mainly to compete with RX 590.
Product stack will probably look like
RTX TITAN $2.5K
RTX 2080 TI 11GB $1,200
RTX 2080 8GB $700 market price (GTX 1080 Ti performance)
RTX 2070 8GB $500 market price (above GTX 1080 performance)
RTX 2060 6GB $350 market price (close to GTX 1070 Ti performance)
GTX 1660 Ti 6GB $250-$280 or so (roughly GTX 1070 performance projected)
"GTX 1660" and lower <$200 (below GTX 1070 performance , likely above GTX 1060 6GB performance in smaller power envelope)
If a GTX 1660Ti is introduced maybe we won't see GTX 1650 Ti or GTX 1650 and only GTX 1660. A major performance boost in a constrained power envelope below 75W doesn't seem to be existent with Turing. Power efficiency gained from moving to GDDR6 was quoted as 20% reduction from GDDR5X. https://devblogs.nvidia.com/nvidia-t...ture-in-depth/
Actually HardOCP says supposedly there's a GTX 1650...
"Now, HardOCP's sources tell us that the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti will launch on February 15, with an MSRP of $279
. The GTX 1660 will launch in early March at $229, while the GTX 1650 will go on sale for $179 in late March. Additionally, Nvidia will continue to supply the 1050 TI to retailers, and its price will drop to keep it competitive. "