Brad_HawthorneI'm sure current RTX owners just love this release announcement.
kevinc3132080 Ti is already $999 soooooo..... Looks like binned 2080 Ti's (founders) will continue to be $1199.
DamonLynchSo 2070 & 2080 receive a spec bump, obsoleting the older models, but prices stay the same; 2060 receives a spec bump and a price increase, but older model kept at current prices. Sounds like something someone with an MBA would come up with
Miguellso glad i bought a 1080Ti.. this is salt on the wounds of those poor souls who went and bought 2070's and 2080's a few months ago.... as these super should be the initial release of the 2000 series..as always this super stuff is just the same gfx cards but with more hardware cores unlocked.... sure as hell being hot that im not gonna upgrade until 2022 or more likely in late 2023
DamonLynchSo now that the product prices are confirmed and some benchmarks are out, how are owners of the RTX 2070 & 2080 feeling? Are you happy that the ecosystem is improving — in the sense that with performance per dollar increasing, more software will emerge to take advantage of it? Or are you feeling bummed that your expectations about the longevity of your 2070 / 2080 may not have panned out in this instance?
veganfanaticThe RTX 2080 Ti is a binned RTX Titan There are only a few chips, binning fills out the market segments
bcavnaughveganfanaticThe RTX 2080 Ti is a binned RTX Titan There are only a few chips, binning fills out the market segmentsHow does this apply to the NVIDIA RTX SUPER?