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2019/06/01 07:34:06 (permalink)
https://www.dsogaming.com/news/nvidia-may-announce-new-rtx-2060-2070-and-2080-super-gpus-at-e3-2019/
 
According to Tweaktown, NVIDIA may announce new models for the RTX 2060, RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 at E3 2019. These new models will feature faster GDDR6 memory and slightly higher clocks. Tweaktown also claims that there won’t be a new model for RTX2080Ti, which will remain the best gaming GPU for NVIDIA until its brand new series arrives. If this is true, RTX2080Ti will remain the fastest gaming GPU for almost an entire year; something that will definitely please its early adopters.
 
As said, this is a rumour so we strongly suggest taking it with a grain of salt. 
 
In my personal opinion this might be true because I think NVIDIA wants to upstage AMD Navi at E3 2019. I also believe that the RTX 2080ti won't need any new models because it is already faster than anything AMD has at present. So no need to upgrade those cards. 
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/01 11:50:36 (permalink)
    rjohnson11, hopefully these new revisions support Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) 4.0? I want to pair a new EVGA Nvidia graphics card with AMD Ryzen Zen 2 3000 series including 3900X and ASUS or MSI AMD X570 motherboard!
     
    It has been really quiet about Nvidia and announcing PCIe 4.0 competitor to AMD Vega VII (Navi)?
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/01 23:06:22 (permalink)
    They would undermine current titan if there would be a boosted 2080Ti.


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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/02 00:09:44 (permalink)
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    They would undermine current titan if there would be a boosted 2080Ti.



    And me as a current 2080 Ti customer.

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/02 00:12:39 (permalink)
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    They would undermine current titan if there would be a boosted 2080Ti.

    And me as a current 2080 Ti customer.

    Same here mate, same here 


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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/02 04:55:57 (permalink)
    nvidia we cant afford buying new vga every 6 months.
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/02 09:13:13 (permalink)
    If they were smart they would refresh them and charge less because AMD might be an issue for them.

       
       
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/02 10:40:23 (permalink)
    Not sure what I am going to do next, with my GTX 1060 sweating hard at 4K I probably will be looking at video cards soon
     


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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/03 12:43:14 (permalink)
    NVIDIA will launch new RTX2080Ti only if AMD surprise them with performance.
    Surprise could be and 5% weaker GPU for 799$. When one graphic card is 5-10% slower there is a place for manipulation with numbers and easy could be presented as equal to faster and far more expensive models. 
     
     

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/03 12:45:03 (permalink)
    So then the Ti is now middle class card and then taken over by the New Supper?
    At lest now we know why the Ti Card came out first and then the standard non-Ti card when the RTX cards came out.
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/03 12:50:31 (permalink)
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    So then the Ti is now middle class card and then taken over by the New Supper?
    At lest now we know why the Ti Card came out first and then the standard non-Ti card when the RTX cards came out.


    None of these cards really have a Ti besides the 2060 which is the odd one of the bunch. Well the 2080 has a Ti but it’s still the premium card. It would be interesting to see if a 2070Ti comes out if it’s called the 2070Ti super or just the 2070Ti.

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 10:13:27 (permalink)
    EXCLUSIVE: NVIDIA’s SUPER GPUs, Unleashing Monsters
    Well, well, well, looks like the figurative SUPER-cat is finally out of the bag. I have just received a very long list of leaks from a reliable source in NVIDIA regarding the company’s upcoming SUPER lineup and boy is it good. It looks like NVIDIA is getting ready to unleash all its fury in one sweeping lineup change and is bringing all its cannons to bear. Seems like Jensen is done playing around and wants to send a clear message about AMD’s newly launched Navi GPU.
    Rumors had stated that only the 2060, 2070 and 2080 were going to get SUPER versions and they were going to be refreshes – let’s just say that’s not even half of the story. Ladies and gents, I can confirm that SUPER series is very much a new lineup in its own right and contains a new flagship: The RTX 2080 Ti SUPER (yes, even the 2080 Ti is getting a SUPER version). Oh and launch date? sooner than you might think, it’s going to be a SUPER summer after all.
     

    NVIDIA’s SUPER Summer starts on 6/21

     
    This also means that AIBs are going to start cutting prices for existing RTX 2000-series cards in anticipation of the SUPER lineup which is going to replace everything from the 2060 to the 2080 Ti. That said, as per my information the SUPER Ti parts are going to come later and not launch with their non-Ti brethren. So I will say up front that the nomenclature has not been confirmed. All that is confirmed right now is the use of the word SUPER. NVIDIA might decide to call this lineup something else – and they would be perfectly within their rights to do so – considering this is NOT a refresh. Okay, so let’s get on to the juicy bits.

    New chip: the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti SUPER exists and will be an absolute beast of a card

     

    The NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER 11GB graphics card will feature an unlocked 2080 Ti chip

     
    https://wccftech.com/exclusive-nvidias-super-gpus-unleashing-monsters/
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 11:08:14 (permalink)
    I read the same  'wccftech' article earlier today also.......

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 11:49:17 (permalink)
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    EXCLUSIVE: NVIDIA’s SUPER GPUs, Unleashing Monsters
    Well, well, well, looks like the figurative SUPER-cat is finally out of the bag. I have just received a very long list of leaks from a reliable source in NVIDIA regarding the company’s upcoming SUPER lineup and boy is it good. It looks like NVIDIA is getting ready to unleash all its fury in one sweeping lineup change and is bringing all its cannons to bear. Seems like Jensen is done playing around and wants to send a clear message about AMD’s newly launched Navi GPU.
    Rumors had stated that only the 2060, 2070 and 2080 were going to get SUPER versions and they were going to be refreshes – let’s just say that’s not even half of the story. Ladies and gents, I can confirm that SUPER series is very much a new lineup in its own right and contains a new flagship: The RTX 2080 Ti SUPER (yes, even the 2080 Ti is getting a SUPER version). Oh and launch date? sooner than you might think, it’s going to be a SUPER summer after all.
     

    NVIDIA’s SUPER Summer starts on 6/21

     
    This also means that AIBs are going to start cutting prices for existing RTX 2000-series cards in anticipation of the SUPER lineup which is going to replace everything from the 2060 to the 2080 Ti. That said, as per my information the SUPER Ti parts are going to come later and not launch with their non-Ti brethren. So I will say up front that the nomenclature has not been confirmed. All that is confirmed right now is the use of the word SUPER. NVIDIA might decide to call this lineup something else – and they would be perfectly within their rights to do so – considering this is NOT a refresh. Okay, so let’s get on to the juicy bits.

    New chip: the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti SUPER exists and will be an absolute beast of a card

     

    The NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER 11GB graphics card will feature an unlocked 2080 Ti chip

     
    https://wccftech.com/exclusive-nvidias-super-gpus-unleashing-monsters/


    2080 Ti gets a new chip & new vram? I highly doubt that. If that is the case there will also be a new titan card.

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 12:14:33 (permalink)
    I'm just glad that l held off on rushing out to get an RTX My goal is to wait till the dust settles then make a choice on what the best bang for my buck. Lesson learned After buying a classified and having lousy step up choices. Either way maybe it will finally put prices back in line.

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 12:24:12 (permalink)
    Lies.  No way Nvidia undercuts the 1080Ti/2080/Radeon VII tier, or gives up its price premium in the tiers above that
     
    AMD released 2 new midrange commodity tier cards around $400 that MIGHT be competitive.  Woop te do.
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 12:47:19 (permalink)
    browsing the internet for more news on this, I will be very satisfied if this rumor about the 2080 ti comes true.
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 12:56:37 (permalink)
    It will be interesting to see if it’s true but I remember the rumors before about how the 20 series was going to make people with a 1080Ti wish they waited. Guess what the 1080Ti is still a great card.

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 14:14:20 (permalink)
    Have been reading various threads across other forums.  I'd say it's possible that we'll see price drops in the 2060 and 2070 to compete with AMD, and then Ti versions of those cards (2060 Ti = better TU106, 2070 Ti = low end TU104...?) at slightly higher price points.  They may offer a 2080 Ti Super that runs a full/better TU-102 (aka Titan RTX/Quadro) but with a modest boost clock and much less (12GB?) memory for like $1300-1500 mrsp in their founders edition.  2080 Ti OC (A chip) tier cards then drop to $1100 msrp, which is not far off of what they have been selling for recently ($1150 or less).  2080 Super is then a base boost clock 2080 Ti (bottom tier TU-102) for $900 or maxed out TU-104 for $800.  Original base 2080 msrp price drops to $600-650 and 2080 OC (A chip) to $700.  Factor in possibly faster memory on the new cards.
     
    This is entirely realistic IMHO, if they are getting better yields and can thus offer higher performance TU-102 and TU-104 to the consumer market, where they were previously earmarked to for the Quadro/Titan cards.  Incremental increases really.
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 15:34:11 (permalink)
    My guess is we would just see NVIDIA drop all but the base models so you would have a 2070 at $499 2080 at $799 and the 2080ti at $999. The Super models would become the higher end models like the XC or the FTW line is now. Prices probably won’t fall much.

    What strikes me odd is we haven’t seen a bundle or anything to really love the current stock making me think the release might not happen soon.

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 16:31:32 (permalink)
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    My guess is we would just see NVIDIA drop all but the base models so you would have a 2070 at $499 2080 at $799 and the 2080ti at $999. The Super models would become the higher end models like the XC or the FTW line is now. Prices probably won’t fall much.

    What strikes me odd is we haven’t seen a bundle or anything to really love the current stock making me think the release might not happen soon.



    2080 Ti Founders Edition at Best Buy just went to $1139, the 2080 Ti XC Ultra was $1099 and XC Hybrid $1239 at Newegg last few days, and the 2080 FTW3 Ultra was under $700 at Newegg 3 weeks ago, so there has definitely been lower pricing on desirable cards recently.  Binned (A chip) 2080 Ti's going to $1100 msrp from $1200 is no big deal.
     
    I just paid for my 2080 Ti XC Gaming Step-Up, based on their $1200 price of the card on the website.  The way I figure it, their valuation of my existing 2080 vs. what I can net selling it used on ebay offsets any pending price drops or deals I could get on another card elsewhere.  Already paid for the 5 year warranty and picked up a hybrid cooler on sale for it last week.  Don't really need a Super Duper 2080 ti.  At the end of the day I'll end up with the equivalent of a 2080 Ti XC Hybrid with a 5 year warranty for around the recent sale price with tax from Newegg, so I'm satisfied with that.  It's going to take a good long while for these cards to devalue significantly.
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 17:00:31 (permalink)
    Why would they do this??!? Isnt this going to make the new 3xxx cards that should arrive not too far after this drop look alot less powerful/bang for your buck? They are that worried about AMD dropping some midrange cards? I could see dropping a new Titan but refreshing the whole lineup seems awful counter productive to Nvidia....unless this is just them playing games with the rumor mill to reduce AMD's sales cause they have everyone drooling and waiting on the big drop. Now that wouldn't surprise me.

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 17:59:39 (permalink)


     
       


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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 18:01:19 (permalink)
    I was watching a video Gamers Nexus did in which he talked about the costs NVIDIA charges for the cards not leaving a lot of profit margin for the cheapest of the 20 series lineup but NVIDIA required board partners to make a card at that MSRP and they had to send that card to all reviewers along with any other card they wanted tested. It sounded pretty clear in the video people shouldn’t expect to see a huge price cut as it just wouldn’t be profitable to sell the cards below cost.

    I will try to find the video later but don’t expect to see huge discounts.

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/12 18:24:16 (permalink)
    if yields are better then costs go down
    14nm++ or 12nm process would be refined by now to get the best yields - and with Nvidia tweaking designs may get less leakages and less failed chips as well --and allowing for more cores in the same area
     
    it's the size of the chip -ie less chips per wafer that makes the costs run up...so as they improve yields that can lower costs
     
    however as die shrinks are going - shrinking isn't providing any cost savings - because process is more expensive and yields are lower(specially at first- they will be atrocious at first)
     
    just look at phone prices - shrinking is only driving prices higher
     

     
       


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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/13 07:20:15 (permalink)
    https://videocardz.com/81...ce-rtx-20-super-series
     
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    What is your guys opinion on: "Nvidia Super"?
     
    As a EVGA Customer who waited 4 years working very hard too save money & recently purchased (4 months ago) the: "EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC HYBRID GAMING, 11G-P4-2384-KR" for $1399USD, I feel taken advantaged of by Nvidia.
     
    I could understand a refresh of RTX 2070 & RTX 2080 because of the new AMD graphic cards performance, but the RTX 2080ti is the flagship GPU it does not need a refresh, performance wise the new "RTX 2080ti Super" refresh would cut into the sales of the $2500USD Nvidia RTX Titan. it is one thing to have the "early adopter tax" & be a "beta tester" for the RTX series it's another to be fully taken advantaged of with a refresh this soon, why bother buying a new Nvidia graphics card if they are gonna refresh their cards in 8 months or less!
     
    So my questions is:
     
    1. "Will EVGA Provide a Step-Up Program for its current users who purchased the very expensive RTX 2080ti?"
     
    2. "Will EVGA refund some of the money since the old non-Super model RTX 2080ti will probably drop to $800USD?"
     
    I can feel some class-action lawsuits coming very soon, you seen what happened with the 3.5GB GTX 970, after reading the new Nvidia super news i'm livid....
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    Just got my step-up email from EVGA yesterday that it's now time to pay for my 2080 Ti (stepping up from 2080 Black). I find myself in a bit of a quandary...
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/13 10:00:27 (permalink)
    cfemrite
    Just got my step-up email from EVGA yesterday that it's now time to pay for my 2080 Ti (stepping up from 2080 Black). I find myself in a bit of a quandary...



    You would know the 2080Ti is a better card and it's been rumored that the 2080Ti line will not get a Super. I mean before this week that was the rumor...
     
    I guess the real question is why did you decide to Step-Up? If the 2080Ti is needed to get you to gaming perfection then does it matter what the Super is?

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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/13 10:04:10 (permalink)
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    What is your guys opinion on: "Nvidia Super"?
     
    As a EVGA Customer who waited 4 years working very hard too save money & recently purchased (4 months ago) the: "EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC HYBRID GAMING, 11G-P4-2384-KR" for $1399USD, I feel taken advantaged of by Nvidia.
     
    I could understand a refresh of RTX 2070 & RTX 2080 because of the new AMD graphic cards performance, but the RTX 2080ti is the flagship GPU it does not need a refresh, performance wise the new "RTX 2080ti Super" refresh would cut into the sales of the $2500USD Nvidia RTX Titan. it is one thing to have the "early adopter tax" & be a "beta tester" for the RTX series it's another to be fully taken advantaged of with a refresh this soon, why bother buying a new Nvidia graphics card if they are gonna refresh their cards in 8 months or less!
     
    So my questions is:
     
    1. "Will EVGA Provide a Step-Up Program for its current users who purchased the very expensive RTX 2080ti?"
     
    2. "Will EVGA refund some of the money since the old non-Super model RTX 2080ti will probably drop to $800USD?"
     
    I can feel some class-action lawsuits coming very soon, you seen what happened with the 3.5GB GTX 970, after reading the new Nvidia super news i'm livid....




    Heh. Any 2080 Ti Super with a full TU-102 clocked below a Titan RTX is only going to have 5-10% better performance and cost $100-$300 more. 
     
    Your 2080 Ti XC Hybrid is going to perform better than a FE 2080 Ti Super because of the better cooling solution.
     
    Good luck with your lawsuit though.
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    Re: NVIDIA may announce new RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 “Super” GPUs at E3 2019 2019/06/13 10:40:43 (permalink)
    cfemrite
    Just got my step-up email from EVGA yesterday that it's now time to pay for my 2080 Ti (stepping up from 2080 Black). I find myself in a bit of a quandary...



    Paid for my 2080 to 2080 Ti stepup last night.  Already bought a hybrid cooler on sale. If you wait until the new cards and there is a price drop across the line, your old 2080 isn't worth as much on the used market, or anywhere what you would get from stepup.  The premium valuation on your new stepup card is offset by their premium valuation of your existing card, so it's a wash.  The only reason to wait is if you absolutely have to have a higher model card, assuming one is actually released. 
    post edited by kevinc313 - 2019/06/13 10:44:53
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