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post #41 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-22-2019, 03:19 PM
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Hopefully they are still over $300, otherwise we might think Nvidia has gone soft,
My thought exactly.

Now how about a reasonably priced GTX 2080 TI or 2080?




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It wont change anything. There will be 10-20 times more 2080 than Vega 2 cards in the market.

Thanks to the limitation, maybe even less.

Now since Nvidia supports freesync, who will spend 100W more of heat for a V2?
Last time I checked, Germany is not a hot place. You could use the extra 100W for heating.

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but it doesn't really give them much positive view with the current Vega II.
they might as well just released it as a renamed MI50 with all of it's function intact, then they could've pulled off a "Titan V" prosumer card.
In marketing (AFAIK) its better to keep people talking about you rather than to be completely forgotten about, even if the attention you get is negative. Vega 2 may not be an overly impressive card, but its not anything like an embarrassment either (seemingly matches a brand new top-tier Nvidia card at the same price), and with its release AMD assures itself all the pomp and circumstance that will accompany a typical new product launch (i.e. day one reviews, comparisons, Youtube videos, Tweets, forum discussions, etc). If Navi indeed suffered some sort of production set-back that delayed its launch until July or August and they didn't release Vega 2, that would have allowed Nvidia to completely monopolize basically an entire year's worth of media coverage and tech discussion and that was clearly not something AMD wanted to allow (especially since they had already ramped up production of consumer Vega 2 anyway).

Keep in mind, I can't read the minds of AMD's leadership and I have no idea what their true motivations are with the release of Radeon VII; I am just saying that Vega 2 doesn't necessarily have to provide great value or performance in order to be a worthwhile release for AMD. All it really needs to do is remind everyone that RTG is still a thing and is still competing at the high end with new products.


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Last time I checked, Germany is not a hot place. You could use the extra 100W for heating.
Considering EU kinda killed energy policy, prices of energy would shoot through the roof. It's best to assume you'd be able to afford 15 W tablet in next 15 years, when you are living in Germany or czech republic.
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i'll just leave this here:

A picture from what appears to be a board partner meeting confirms GTX TURING series.

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The picture features reference design of GTX 1660 graphics card alongside GTX TURING branding. This is likely the confirmation of upcoming Turing cards launch without ray tracing cores.

Upcoming TU116 GPU reveal will bring two SKUs to the market: GeForce GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1660. Both featuring Turing architecture and up to 6GB of GDDR memory (GDDR6 for Ti and GDDR5 for the non-Ti model).


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I didn't think there was still any doubt left that Nvidia was readying a new GTX series, now that they have cleared out all Pascal stock from their inventory? Heck, the second they launched the 2080 and 2080Ti as RTX cards I had a strong suspicion that we'd eventually be seeing GTX versions just because I found it hard to believe they would abandon all the brand recognition they've built up in GTX over the last couple decades...


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Quote: Originally Posted by Sir Beregond View Post
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/




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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. "
https://www.hardocp.com/news/2019/01...ary_15_at_279/

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