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Best upgrade from a RTX 2080 Ti?

mulox

From what I'm reading online, the closest Nvidia card that competes head on with the 7990 XT is the 4080 - do you all agree?

 

Best price on 7900 XT is $600 and the 4080 is running $900-ish

 

I found these for less than half that price, but I assume they are Chinese knock-offs/clones and not the real deal, or else clearly a scam...

 

https://www.aliexpress.us/item/3256806745467322.html

 

https://hildaplant.com/product/nvidia-geforce-rtx-4080-16gb-founders-edition-gddr6x-pci-express-4-0-titanium-and-black-video-graphics-card-900-1g136-2560-000/?stkn=e27a266e42dd

 

https://baubax.us/product/gigabyte-nvidia-geforce-rtx-4080-16gb-gddr6x-256-bit-pcie-4-0-16x-gpu-2535-mhz-1xhdmi-3xdisplayport-gv-n4080gamingoc-16gd/

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6 hours ago, mulox said:

From what I'm reading online, the closest Nvidia card that competes head on with the 7990 XT is the 4080 - do you all agree?

 

Best price on 7900 XT is $600 and the 4080 is running $900-ish

 

I found these for less than half that price, but I assume they are Chinese knock-offs/clones and not the real deal, or else clearly a scam...

 

https://www.aliexpress.us/item/3256806745467322.html

 

https://hildaplant.com/product/nvidia-geforce-rtx-4080-16gb-founders-edition-gddr6x-pci-express-4-0-titanium-and-black-video-graphics-card-900-1g136-2560-000/?stkn=e27a266e42dd

 

https://baubax.us/product/gigabyte-nvidia-geforce-rtx-4080-16gb-gddr6x-256-bit-pcie-4-0-16x-gpu-2535-mhz-1xhdmi-3xdisplayport-gv-n4080gamingoc-16gd/

The 4070 Ti Super and 4070 Super bracket the card as well, I'd look at the 4070 Ti Super.

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8 hours ago, Dedayog said:

The 4070 Ti Super and 4070 Super bracket the card as well, I'd look at the 4070 Ti Super.

Not bad, looks like $800 new and $700 used... closing the AMD gap a bit. I will be keeping a close eye on prices and waiting for a while...

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