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i'm seeing new cards for $1100. You may just have to pay for tax for a brand new card. Or sit back with a mid range tide over card and pick up the Super Ti rumored for much later this year. Supposedly, beastly (moar than a refresh boost), but i see why its being held back. Nvidia does not want to compete with itself in that price range atm.
Its also most likely the only card they can introduce for the holiday shopping season. Realistically none of the 2k line up has been overly popular with consumers and they need something new and unique at the largest consumer shopping season of the year.


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I've been seeing a ton purchased lately especially with education rebate currently going on. $4000 for 2 CUDA enabled cards with 48GB of effective memory is currently unbeatable.
oh yeah because everybody here and the people commenting on wccftech and nvidias tweets and facebook nvidia ads are giving nvidia $4000 lol

like really???

Mind you 2060 @ 400+ MSRB

$430 bucks lol

thats the bargain of the century hahahahhaa
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oh yeah because everybody here and the people commenting on wccftech and nvidias tweets and facebook nvidia ads are giving nvidia $4000 lol

like really???
Did I mention anything about the users here? The Titan V and Titan RTX isn't aimed at these users. Doesn't mean they can't buy them but the price isn't worth it for them. Just because gamers or PC enthusiasts aren't buying a product doesn't mean they aren't selling.

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yes, most folks end up talking smack then buying... or never buying at all, always living off of old AMD GPUs cuz everything is corrupt and how dare they make profits!

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oh yeah because everybody here and the people commenting on wccftech and nvidias tweets and facebook nvidia ads are giving nvidia $4000 lol

like really???

Mind you 2060 @ 400+ MSRB

$430 bucks lol

thats the bargain of the century hahahahhaa
Given his statement, he is referring to consumers that arent in the gaming market or really even the enthusiast market.

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Given his statement, he is referring to consumers that arent in the gaming market or really even the enthusiast market.
well, his statement which usually is the case if you havent read him before which defends this type of behavior..
seen him numerous times defending it like is worth it..

trust me people who are actually thinking of doing just that they will just do it its the same as apple 50k machine they will just buy it and the discussion is over XD


But, it dont fit what i said at all... Nvidia is the laughing stock right now believe it or not and is not me saying it. You can go read users comments on wccftech, twitter, facebooks ads etc....
same pattern..


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5% maybe over 2080ti if you're referring to 2080ti super

There is quite a lot better from 1080ti
Only question is price and how much is one willing to spend performance wise it's there already in either rtx releases.

So seems you're just talking money.
No amount of money right now can buy near 100fps with RTX on at 1440p+, let alone 1080p in an endorsed title (besides perhaps Q2). When people are spoiled with 120-144fps fluidity already, dropping back to 60fps with RTX is a massive deceleration. At twice the bill as well.

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well, his statement which usually is the case if you havent read him before which defends this type of behavior..
seen him numerous times defending it like is worth it..

trust me people who are actually thinking of doing just that they will just do it its the same as apple 50k machine they will just buy it and the discussion is over XD


But, it dont fit what i said at all... Nvidia is the laughing stock right now believe it or not and is not me saying it. You can go read users comments on wccftech, twitter, facebooks ads etc....
same pattern..
Yeah Im not arguing the notion that this recent line of cards has been popular with consumers, though for enthusiasts and some of the professional market there simply isnt anything else competitive on the market. Anyone outside of these markets and even some of those currently in them simply cant justify the RTX line as it stands today.

AMD has blown most of the R&D and production budget on their cpu line/s (which of course was a wise solution) and the gpu market is not exactly easy to break in to. Best thing consumers can hope for is Intel having a strong initial showing, which doesnt seem likely right now.

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nevermind; reading comprehension fail. my bad.

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yes, most folks end up talking smack then buying... or never buying at all, always living off of old AMD GPUs cuz everything is corrupt and how dare they make profits!
I'm not buying because their Ray tracing performance is unimpressive and the performance gains in general gaming seemed like they were below what previous generational performance jumps were.

Price jump was just the icing on the cake.

edit: Should point out I'm sticking with my 3440x1440 100hz monitor until 4k 120 43" HDR monitors with decent FALD come around without using compression to make it there at human prices and my Titan Xp's are more than enough for that resolution.



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