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Is The 2080ti Worth It Or Wait For Super RTX Cards?

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i am looking to purchase a new system with an RTX 2080ti however is it worth waiting for this new "Super RTX"?


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i would wait for it, because it seems to be around the corner

 

maybe not even for the performance, but for the pricedrop

 

depends really on how good they are


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26 minutes ago, Cryosis said:

i am looking to purchase a new system with an RTX 2080ti however is it worth waiting for this new "Super RTX"?

You're taking about a "Super RTX" card like it's a thing, or even a rumor. It's neither.

 

If you are referring to second-generation RTX cards, the current cards were released in September 2018 so I wouldn't expect new ones for at least another 3 months, though probably closer to 6.


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2 minutes ago, kingmustard said:

You're taking about a "Super RTX" card like it's a thing, or even a rumor. It's neither.

 

If you are referring to second-generation RTX cards, the current cards were released in September 2018 so I wouldn't expect new ones for at least another 3 months, though probably closer to 6.

The super cards are confirmed with specs lol where the F u been 

 

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5 minutes ago, kingmustard said:

second-generation RTX cards

What second generation, Nvidia went from the old GTX 1xxx series to RTX 2xxx series that had ray-tracing. Then introduced the 1650/1660 nonsense to screw with their naming scheme even further.

 

This "Super RTX" is technically the 2nd gen RTX cards, though I consider it more of a refresh.


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Yes, "Super" should have been Ti, and they should have skipped Ti on the original release. With the specs listed I am not expecting a very high performance boost, maybe 5-10%, and a price drop on the original 2080ti of maybe a 100$. Release date of the 2080 ti super was also going to be later than the others, so you may have to wait a month or two. Both waiting and buying now seem like valid options.

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definitely wait for the super, while i don't regret buying the 2080 ti at launch, i won't buy these cards now. 

 

Consider how the current TI is 30% faster than a 2080, and u basically pay 500usd more, thats about 17usd for each %. Now consider the Ti Super has more cores and a higher power limit/better cooling options/ram , it can be 10% faster, thats like 150-200usd worth of performance for a month or 2 of wait.


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20 hours ago, Cryosis said:

i am looking to purchase a new system with an RTX 2080ti however is it worth waiting for this new "Super RTX"?

Well what i will do is wait for super cards, the 2080ti price will drop and I’ll buy it.

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I am also looking to buy a 2080 ti with my new build was pulling the trigger this week till I saw the super, but the 2080 ti super is not being released at the same time, it’s going to take a lot longer 

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Unsure if confirmed but pretty sure there wont be a SUPER rtx 2080 ti as it's already powerful enough. Only for sure cards we see coming are 2060, 2070, and a 2080 v2 with better Ray Tracing.

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