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Rumor: GeForce RTX 3090 Pricing to Arrive Around the $2,000 Mark

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According to it, and when the text is parsed through a translator, the tentative pricing for NVIDIA's next-gen is slated at CNY 13,999 (online selling) for the Vulcan X OC, and CNY 12,999 (again online selling) for the Neptune. These translate to roughly $2,000 for the high-end Vulcan X OC and (strangely, for a hybrid, water-cooled version) $1875 for the Neptune.

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Tell Nvidia that I need both my Kidney's and I can only sell them one. 

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2 minutes ago, CircleTech said:

Tell Nvidia that I need both my Kidney's and I can only sell them one. 

Nvidia: Sorry but Lungs are in demand right now. But we'll take them for free.

OT: Damn!!! That price tag if its true.

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I wonder if the RTX 3090 is serving that place that would normally be the Titan🤔

 

Or has the Titan moved on from a gaming card (based off the Quadro) to becoming an entry level Quadro🤔

 

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8 minutes ago, DildorTheDecent said:

Or has the Titan moved on from a gaming card (based off the Quadro) to becoming an entry level Quadro🤔

Quite possible.


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I see absolutely no problem with this. Look at the spec of the 3090. Isn't it supposed to have like 24GB of VRAM?
It's a halo, flagship product. High pricing should be expected; it's for those that want to go completely balls out.

Is it expensive? Yes.
Will most users on this forum cry about it? Yes.

However, what you need to realize is that there's more than enough gamers that make the money needed to get this, and are willing to buy it.

 

Flagship halo product being flagship halo product. How shocking.

 

21 minutes ago, DildorTheDecent said:

I wonder if the RTX 3090 is serving that place that would normally be the Titan🤔

 

Or has the Titan moved on from a gaming card (based off the Quadro) to becoming an entry level Quadro🤔

 

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That's exactly how I see it. I mean, realistically, no one's going to need a 3090 unless you're demanding absolutely no compromises. Thus, they dig deep in your pockets.


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I hope the rumors of this being a Titan replacement are true. Otherwise, this is absurd. What's next, RTX 3080 for 1200€ ? Of course it'll be. RTX 2080 was that much... There is no way I'm ever paying that much for a graphic card. And 850€ for GTX 1080Ti was the most I EVER paid for a graphic card.

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I'll pay $1000 for an "RTX 3090" and not a dollar more, sadly others will pay so Nvidia just won't get the message these prices a joke.

 

1 hour ago, dizmo said:

However, what you need to realize is that there's more than enough gamers that make the money needed to get this, and are willing to buy it.

I literally do not care that I can afford one, the problem is comparative value assessment for what you can do with the money they are asking for.

 

1 hour ago, dizmo said:

Isn't it supposed to have like 24GB of VRAM

So what? It's not like the price difference between 12GB and 24GB actually makes up or justifies the retail price. We know how much these parts cost, we know there has to be a markup etc but there is actually nothing special about 24GB on a gaming card and does not disproportionately increase it's value.

 

Either Nvidia is simply failing at engineering and design and is incapable of controlling their development and production costs or they are abusing the market situation, or both.

 

If it were any other market and any other company they would lose customers.

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1 hour ago, Oshino Shinobu said:

Hopefully AMD can put some pressure on Nvidia like they've done with Intel this generation of GPUs. 

I don't actually recall the last time they did that


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If this really is the "Titan Replacement", I am hoping this marks the complete death of the Ti/Titan branding in general. I hate these added suffixes on cards anyways. A more streamlined, unobfuscated product launch is always going to be ideal. While Nvidia is at it, hopefully they do away with the terrible "variant" cards, where you have a 1060 3GB, 1060 5GB, 1060 6GB, etc. Flesh the product stack out from the get-go and keep things cohesive. Don't surprise everyone with a XX60 Super that performs identically to a XX70, that's just pointless. Want to release marginally faster cards on the same architecture, but need a different name? Do what you did with Kepler and just call it a number higher.


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3 minutes ago, Scruffy90 said:

I don't actually recall the last time they did that

Like 3 times ever on a decent scale, 2 of those times when trading as ATI.

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1 minute ago, leadeater said:

 

Imma keep it real witchu chief, you're not getting a GPU with 24GB of VRAM, from nvidia, for $1000.

 

I don't make the rules, that's just the way it is.


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Just now, DildorTheDecent said:

Imma keep it real witchu chief, you're not getting a GPU with 24GB of VRAM, from nvidia, for $1000.

 

I don't make the rules, that's just the way it is.

I'll buy one and sell it to him for $1000 just to break those rules.

 

 


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1 minute ago, DildorTheDecent said:

Imma keep it real witchu chief, you're not getting a GPU with 24GB of VRAM, from nvidia, for $1000.

 

I don't make the rules, that's just the way it is.

I know but it doesn't change the problem. Like I said either Nvidia is failing, abusing the market or both. It does not cost that much, don't think it does, that's the trap they want to you fall in to.

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1 hour ago, dizmo said:

unless you're demanding absolutely no compromises

the compensator 4?


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7 minutes ago, Scruffy90 said:

I don't actually recall the last time they did that

Radeon Hd 3000-5000, if I remember for the 10yrs of gaming PCs.


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5 minutes ago, TheTechWizardThatNeedsHelp said:

Radeon Hd 3000-5000, if I remember for the 10yrs of gaming PCs.

HD3000 is terrible, HD4000 was better, HD5000 were simply amazing. HD7000 were also amazing. The other time was X800/X1800 and all the GTO/XT/XTX/XTX Ultra blah blah etc that came with that generation lol. I miss those days.

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I'm willing to pay $2k for a card that's 400% better than my old 1080ti... but RTX 3090 won't be it. 

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11 minutes ago, Scruffy90 said:

I don't actually recall the last time they did that

7970 days I think. That was the last time I was considering AMD for top-end GPUs. 

 

For the mid-high tier, AMD's pretty good now days. I recently sold my RTX2070 to swap to a 5700 XT, made some money and get slightly better performance, as well as not dealing with stupid Nvidia software locks. But for the high end, Nvidia is basically left unchallenged, for years now. 

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So Nvidia fanboys will say what a great bang for the buck, the RTX 3080 costs "ONLY" $1200. What a bargain compares to the 3090!

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21 minutes ago, Scruffy90 said:

I don't actually recall the last time they did that

NVIDIA creating the super series due to the 5000 series?


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Just now, BlueScope819 said:

NVIDIA creating the super series due to the 5000 series?

To be fair, they didn't have to create the super series to answer the 5000 series. They had the performance crown to back it up, they could have simply lowered the prices at each market segment and would have been fine without the super cards. The super series had less to do with AMD scaring Nvidia, and more to do with Nvidia selling the exact same products again, but at a slight markup compared to the original versions, while offering the same performance as the products already available on the market.


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3 minutes ago, MageTank said:

To be fair, they didn't have to create the super series to answer the 5000 series. They had the performance crown to back it up, they could have simply lowered the prices at each market segment and would have been fine without the super cards. The super series had less to do with AMD scaring Nvidia, and more to do with Nvidia selling the exact same products again, but at a slight markup compared to the original versions, while offering the same performance as the products already available on the market.

Well sure, but let's take the 2070(S) for example. The 2070S was a replacement for the 2070, but with approx the performance of a 2080. Sure, it's $50 more expensive than a 2070, but $550 is still less than a 2080 ($750 or so @ launch)


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1 hour ago, SansVarnic said:

Quite possible.

My guess is that they're returning the x90 as the highest gaming name card while, as the other person mentioned, moving the Titan towards more professional, or even other markets such as server/deep learning.


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