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My GTX 1080 is new. I bought mine on sale. 17 percent slower than 2070 is hardly a difference when I am already getting 60 -70 fps in 2k games at maximum settings. So I will have to wait till the 2080 is priced to sell for $649 not $799. Better yet, I will wait till 2020 and a graphics card on 7 nm
RTX price is Nutz...Due to AMD are too Weak to vs RTX. all because of AMD fault. So Nvidia want to monopolize & want u to pay Super high...price, at any price they wish so, so u had to pay it. One..RTX 2080 Ti card alone price = to can Buy Whole set of High End Gaming PC Rig + GTX 1080 ti inside... too... OMG....!! Why RTX raise price $500++ more...than 1080 ti...!!!
This is my opinion about leaks. I like to see awesome things and it's cool seeing these leaks but I don't 100% like them. This is a great video but here is why I don't like leaks. I see something awesome, I can't wait for it to be released, but if I don't know it's coming I don't have to wait impatiently. When it's announced, it won't take long for it to finally be released as for where leaks can be released so far in advanced. Also, leaks can be wrong and get people excited and hyped for things that are false. But yeah, I hate waiting for things I'm excited for so not knowing it's coming, I like more than being excited for months waiting for it to be released. I won't be able to afford it but still.
+DLAROC anybody who believes 10 times stronger is a fool even 50 percent is wrong cause that would mean 50 more frames they lied years ago with the first titan sayin it would be the strongest card for years a lie thats why Im not a fan of titans they a ripoff these wont sell like the ones we got now cause the price to high
It is not 10x stronger. It does Ray Tracing 10x better. Nvidia says Its 50% stronger. Probably less on benchmarks. Thats 0.5x. Not 10x. 0.5x was about how much stronger 1080ti was to 980ti. Youre paying the extra two to three hundred dollars more than usual, for ray tracing.
Interesting, but i think that Nvidia may fail just as they failed with the hairworks. I'm waiting for AMD move. I expect them to introduce open raytracing that will work either on AMD or Nvidia. Meanwhile Nvidia tech will be properietary and Nvidia™ only.
300W TDP. I can assume that coilwhine will be playing huge role in those. Over 60% of 1080Tis had the coilwhine.
The data on the GTX 2050 can't be right. It can't be 50% faster than the 1050Ti and at the same 18% slower than the 1060. If that data were right, the following calculation should deliver the same result (a calculation based upon the number of shader cores, because they are almost proportional to the performance):
1050Ti has 768 cores + 50% = 1152 cores
1060 has 1280 cores - 18% = 1050 cores
Well they don't add up. What is more likely, is an increase of +35% and then also the -18% would fit. Both calculations would result in approximately 1050 shader cores. As this is an unconventional number, it will most likely be 1024 cores. Calculations aside, even a jump of 35% would be impressive.
Well after seeing that recent presentation I only expect 20% more performance. Which means a GTX 2050 may have 768 cores only (same as the 1050Ti), or if we're lucky 832-896 cores. Just speculating though...
17% Performance increases for $100 and realistically I doubt I would be able to get a launch 2070 compared to my 1080 that is overclocked decently so there is no point because after overclocking it’s maybe like 5-10% and considering I already 200+ FPS in most games I’m fine.
Geforce GTX/RTX 20X0 Rumors: Remember the Nvidia GTX970 4GB cards but being only 3.5GB at GDDR5 speeds. considering that happened and upsetting the community. So I think the odd GB numbers make sense. Its probably not the vram being bad, but the vram controller on the Nvidia chip being bad.
If those cards really are expected to be that cheap I will 100% atleast buy a 2060, might even buy a 2070, my shitty I currently have a 1060, which would be enough for my need(normal HD gaming) but it's the 3GB version of it, and those 3GB really fuck me.
hopefully the 2050 will have a low profile variant! to fit in half height cases like mine. I'd love the increase in performance over my GTX 1050 ti!
And then I'd overclock to get the most performance possible. probably get closer to the GTX 1060 that way. I always like to set an aggressive fan profile as well because I dont mind the noise. I prefer performance over anything else.
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