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will rtx 3000 super pop out later to screw everyone up?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

the rtx2000 super lineup was a replacment to faulty memory for all rtx cards.

 

but without knowing if super will come out , how could we decide to buy upcoming rtx3000 ?

 

 

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anyone who chases like that probably won't care anyway, and wait to see big navi too, there's a reason why nvidia had to go with 350w tdp to stay ahead.


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3 minutes ago, dfsgsfa said:

the rtx2000 super lineup was a replacment to faulty memory for all rtx cards. but without knowing if super will come out , how could we decide to buy upcoming rtx3000 ?

There is always something better around the corner. It's best to buy when you:

- Want/need something new

- When you feel like the performance/price ratio makes sense of a product.

 

It's not uncommon for Nvidia to release a 'better card' later down the line (i.e. the 780 ti, 980 Ti, the Super cards)


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8 minutes ago, dfsgsfa said:

the rtx2000 super lineup was a replacment to faulty memory for all rtx cards.

It wasn't. The early Micron memory issues were resolved about 1-2 months after the 2080Ti, 2080 and 2070 released.

 

It was released mostly to better compete with the Radeon 5700 series, hence why AMD had to drop the prices of those cards before they even launched.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, xg32 said:

wait to see big navi too

i have a bad feeling they both will have crazy high price tags ....and nothing mid range..

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5 minutes ago, dfsgsfa said:

but without knowing if super will come out , how could we decide to buy upcoming rtx3000 ?

Chances are there won’t be a super line up. It came out to compete with amd cards a year after the initial 2000 series was available. So even if 3000 super comes out, it will be a while and no one wanting to build/upgrade soon should wait.


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3 minutes ago, zeusthemoose said:

Chances are there won’t be a super line up. It came out to compete with amd cards a year after the initial 2000 series was available. So even if 3000 super comes out, it will be a while and no one wanting to build/upgrade soon should wait.

Nvidia did a price drop too. They just masked 2070 to 2060s and 2080 to 2070s in order to avoid people looking back with their 2070/2080 and thinking they've made a huge mistake buying one month before.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Jeppes said:

Nvidia did a price drop too. T

depends on where you are, in hk i didnt see and price drop

 

10 minutes ago, zeusthemoose said:

It came out to compete with amd cards a year

big navi is expected to launch this yr too, prop a few months later than rtx

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