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will the 2000 series nvidia drop price?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

will the 2000 series gpu be cheaper when the 3000 series gpu comes out?


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we don't know, but it probably will drop down a bit. 


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8 minutes ago, Rafizia said:

will the 2000 series gpu be cheaper when the 3000 series gpu comes out?

If I know anything about Nvidia, they'll discontinue their 2000 series after 3000 series drops. All you'll be able to get is old stock, which might drop in price a bit, but don't expect much. It'll be terrible value compared to 3000 series.

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There's a fair chance it will, but by how much is still in the stars.

 

if you're looking for an 2080Ti for under $200, you'll be looking at the year 2030, at least :P


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On the new market maybe only a little and for a short while, but on the used market probably as people upgrade.


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7 minutes ago, Light-Yagami said:

If I know anything about Nvidia, they'll discontinue their 2000 series after 3000 series drops. All you'll be able to get is old stock, which might drop in price a bit, but don't expect much. It'll be terrible value compared to 3000 series.

is the 3000 series will be like the 2000 series, like is there gonna be a 2060/70? or will it just be the 3080?


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is the 3000 series will be like the 2000 series, like the 2060/70? or will it just be the 3080?

3080 will be the most advertised and praised, but there will be lower tiers alongside it. Like in previous years. Something like 3080, 3070, 3060 at launch, then after a while 3050ti or some weird silicon and then 6 months later, 3080ti. 

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The whole series of course.


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17 minutes ago, Rafizia said:

will the 2000 series gpu be cheaper when the 3000 series gpu comes out?

Used probably a 100-200 drop, depends. New? Mabey 500-100. Nvidia be weird


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16 hours ago, Light-Yagami said:

3080 will be the most advertised and praised, but there will be lower tiers alongside it. Like in previous years. Something like 3080, 3070, 3060 at launch, then after a while 3050ti or some weird silicon and then 6 months later, 3080ti. 

so should i buy an rtx 2070 super now or just wait for the 3000 series?

i have an rtx 2060 right now


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31 minutes ago, Rafizia said:

so should i buy an rtx 2070 super now or just wait for the 3000 series?

i have an rtx 2060 right now

If you have a 2060 right now I would wait. No reason to gain 10% when you can wait and gain maybe 20% or more going with a next gen 70 series card. I have a 5700xt and ill get a 3070 or 3080 at launch


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