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People wanting to play with RT on CP2077 probably will ned 30 Series GPU when the game launches. Sadly very very few people have this GPU. I bought 3080 just for this game and still dont have.
The choice is very clear Malinkadink, you have no choice if you want to play the game in 2020.
I got my 3080 and can't wait for this game. I hope it doesn't get delayed again.
 

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I just bought a basic 3080, gonna swap it to a 3080Ti when that becomes available.
The stupid card was supposed to arrive tomorrow. now they're saying next monday. I hope i won't get screwed over
 

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The stupid card was supposed to arrive tomorrow. now they're saying next monday. I hope i won't get screwed over
Wish you the best of luck.

Was hyped to build a top-end rig, but now after cooling off for a bit, for better or for worse, I'm not so sure anymore, my laptop's pretty decent so I can ride things out for a while.
 

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even if you ignore raytracing and dlss,

If your target game is cyberpunk then the obvious choice is ampere...It's an nvidia sponsored game (and im sure they had a ton of help from them given the scope/budget/hype) and you should expect better performance on the 3080/3090
you could wait out benchmarks as well of course
 

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Turing was actually a very good architecture. The problem was that Nvidia priced it too high. Nvidia course corrected on Ampere, but still...
 

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Turing was actually a very good architecture. The problem was that Nvidia priced it too high. Nvidia course corrected on Ampere, but still...
How so? Same exact prices.

I do suppose the chips moved with regards to the 3080 having the 102. I'll grant that, but in terms of model to model replacements from Turing to Ampere, 2070 to 3070 is same price. 2080 to 3080 is same price. 2080 Ti to 3090 is a $300 increase for Ampere. Chips maybe course correcting a bit, price not so much in my book.
 

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How so? Same exact prices.

I do suppose the chips moved with regards to the 3080 having the 102. I'll grant that, but in terms of model to model replacements from Turing to Ampere, 2070 to 3070 is same price. 2080 to 3080 is same price. 2080 Ti to 3090 is a $300 increase for Ampere. Chips maybe course correcting a bit, price not so much in my book.
Pascal:
GTX 1070 - GP104 - $379+ (more like $400+)
GTX 1080 - GP104 - $599+ (more like $650+)
GTX 1080Ti - GP102 - $699+ (launched 10 months later)

Turing:
RTX 2070 - TU106 - $599
RTX 2080 - TU104 - $799
RTX 2080Ti - TU102 - $999 (more like $1150)

Ampere:
RTX 3070 - GA104 - $499
RTX 3080 - GA102 - $699
RTX 3090 - GA102 - $1499


Lets be clear on this. Maxwell was an AMAZING value GPU lineup. Pascal was decent value. Turing was TERRIBLE value. Ampere is also decent value, sans the RTX 3090.

The RTX 2070 was TU106... that was disgusting. The SUPER lineup from Nvidia should have been the launch cards, not the mid-cycle refresh.

I maintain that the price was a course correct moving from Turing -> Ampere.
 

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Pascal:
GTX 1070 - GP104 - $379+ (more like $400+)
GTX 1080 - GP104 - $599+ (more like $650+)
GTX 1080Ti - GP102 - $699+ (launched 10 months later)

Turing:
RTX 2070 - TU106 - $599
RTX 2080 - TU104 - $799
RTX 2080Ti - TU102 - $999 (more like $1150)

Ampere:
RTX 3070 - GA104 - $499
RTX 3080 - GA102 - $699
RTX 3090 - GA102 - $1499


Lets be clear on this. Maxwell was an AMAZING value GPU lineup. Pascal was decent value. Turing was TERRIBLE value. Ampere is also decent value, sans the RTX 3090.

The RTX 2070 was TU106... that was disgusting. The SUPER lineup from Nvidia should have been the launch cards, not the mid-cycle refresh.

I maintain that the price was a course correct moving from Turing -> Ampere.
Amp fixed perf not price. Top of the line is more. 3070 at $500 beating top of the line 2080 Ti, 2070 could not beat 1080 Ti. Turing did not move perf/$ at all while introducing new tiers of perf with 2080 Ti. 3070 and 3080 are back to Pascal priced but vRAM still lackluster. In a 1:1 replacement 3070 should have at 10GB while 3080 12GB. Both 2080 or 3080 did not replace 1080 Ti at $700 with less vRAM after 4 years. 3090 is basically 2080 Ti bad. 50% increase in msrp for 40-50% increased in perf so again in the high end priced/perf did not improve.

Maxwell (970 was the card that made the big rounds at $330), (980 Ti was good with its 6GB of vRAM)
Pascal( Really apart from 1080 Ti, everything else was garbage) 1060 and below had strong competition, 1070 $450 up from $330, 1080 was another level of stupid for FE at $699 for 104 chip.
 
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DERBAUR:

This RX 6800 XT Red Devil just beat my RTX 3090
 

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Discussion Starter #377 (Edited)
Pascal:
GTX 1070 - GP104 - $379+ (more like $400+)
GTX 1080 - GP104 - $599+ (more like $650+)
GTX 1080Ti - GP102 - $699+ (launched 10 months later)

Turing:
RTX 2070 - TU106 - $599
RTX 2080 - TU104 - $799
RTX 2080Ti - TU102 - $999 (more like $1150)

Ampere:
RTX 3070 - GA104 - $499
RTX 3080 - GA102 - $699
RTX 3090 - GA102 - $1499


Lets be clear on this. Maxwell was an AMAZING value GPU lineup. Pascal was decent value. Turing was TERRIBLE value. Ampere is also decent value, sans the RTX 3090.

The RTX 2070 was TU106... that was disgusting. The SUPER lineup from Nvidia should have been the launch cards, not the mid-cycle refresh.

I maintain that the price was a course correct moving from Turing -> Ampere.
I have told him that until I am blue in the face. Even with facts, same response. Turing was one of, if not the worse value Nvidia gpus ever. Amperage was actually a step forward in the right direction.



DERBAUR:

This RX 6800 XT Red Devil just beat my RTX 3090
Nice card, but why $150 more than MSRP? That means the 6900XT aib models will likely run $1100+. That's insane for a 256-bit bus card!
 

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Nice card, but why $150 more than MSRP? That means the 6900XT aib models will likely run $1100+. That's insane for a 256-bit bus card!
Pricing is just messed up, not that people can even buy the cards right now. No clue if there's a legit reason to raise prices so high or supply chains steadily raising prices on in damn produc.
 

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I have told him that until I am blue in the face. Even with facts, same response. Turing was one of, if not the worse value Nvidia gpus ever. Amperage was actually a step forward in the right direction.



Nice card, but why $150 more than MSRP? That means the 6900XT aib models will likely run $1100+. That's insane for a 256-bit bus card!
I can see why that is $800 because it limited edition and from the clks he got 2755MHz, thats a very fast binned part.
 

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AMD needs a kick in the balls like nvidia got with the launches. AMD cards are no where to be found except with ebay scalpers.

Absolute disgrace, and Frank Azor should be paying everyone 10$ for his stupid ass tweet.

,,i,, ( - , - ) ,,i,, to you AMD and your ******ed overpirced AIB cards to boot.
 
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