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2080 TI starting at £1099 or $1199! OPINIONS?

What are yours general opinions on the card?

Leaks were somewhat true.

 

(Selling my 1080 TI for sure, 2080 TI costs a lot more than anticipated)

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meh, i even felt that going from my 1070 to a 1080ti was a waste, as i dont game nowadays, so i wont be getting it, especally at these prices.

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I think for me the 1080ti is still a sick card, you wont struggle with anything for at least 4 years. I bought mine a week ago and tbh i cba to wait for 3rd party cards etc , new cards look good but im sticking with the 1080ti rog strix i got 

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seems like NVIDIA is just jacking the prices up higher and higher every gen. AMD needs to up their game in GPUs like they did for CPUs and turn the market for the better.

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I knew two months ago they'd be very powerful after all no gpu single gpu can drive Nvidia new monitors at ultra settings 60fps. But the forum laughed. 

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Just now, suchamoneypit said:

seems like NVIDIA is just jacking the prices up higher and higher every gen. AMD needs to up their game in GPUs like they did for CPUs and turn the market for the better.

The 2070 is like 4-5x faster then a titan for wayyy less... 

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I can buy a car for that money (yeah, used, but the point remains)

How bad a gaming addition do YOU have, to want to drop that kind of dosh on something that will be obsolete inside of two years?

 

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1 minute ago, O9B0666 said:

The 2070 is like 4-5x faster then a titan for wayyy less... 

TBH i cant wait to see the benchmarks and fps for these cards vs 1080ti's etc but i still think if u have a 1070 or higher u shouldn't sell and just stick with it 

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2 minutes ago, O9B0666 said:

The 2070 is like 4-5x faster then a titan for wayyy less... 

Source?

 

TBH i cant wait to see the benchmarks and fps for these cards vs 1080ti's etc but i still think if u have a 1070 or higher u shouldn't sell and just stick with it 

 

I agree. I'm not going to sell my GTX 1080.

I don't even know why people were expecting the same prices if the whole new line isn't even called GTX.

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3 minutes ago, O9B0666 said:

The 2070 is like 4-5x faster then a titan for wayyy less... 

4-5 times faster? Gonna have to back that up. We talking about the titan from 3 years ago, or last-gen titan?

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2 minutes ago, Senzelian said:

I agree. I'm not going to sell my GTX 1080.

I don't even know why people were expecting the same prices if the whole new line isn't even called GTX.

Aye a 1070 will be fine anything above is just an overkill, 2 years time, new cards will come out and same shit will happen again

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Not selling my 1080 tis yet.

 

What wasn't discussed in the presentation was none ray tracing performance.

I need 50% more standard performance over my 1080 tis to buy now.

 

4 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

meh, i even felt that going from my 1070 to a 1080ti was a waste, as i dont game nowadays, so i wont be getting it, especally at these prices.

A GTX 1070 can't run my favorite games at 60fps on my monitors. My GTX 1080 tis are not a waste but a necessity.

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5 minutes ago, O9B0666 said:

The 2070 is like 4-5x faster then a titan for wayyy less... 

You're probably just basing that off the Ray Tracing feature on the turing architecture. That doesnt make it just "4-5x faster" at all things including gaming.

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In Denmark they are more expensive. They cost 50% to 60% more than we were told by Jen-Hsun. That is disappointing.

Also I found this video: 

 

 
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1 minute ago, JoostinOnline said:

If you're playing in 4K then it will struggle today.

1080ti in 4k? Does perfectly fine 

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2 minutes ago, Blindeagle said:

Aye a 1070 will be fine anything above is just an overkill, 2 years time, new cards will come out and same shit will happen again

2 years from the now the early adopter tax might be gone and we can actually buy RTX cards for a normal price.

But for now, no thanks NVidia! :P 

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1 hour ago, jones177 said:

Not selling my 1080 tis yet.

 

What wasn't discussed in the presentation was none ray tracing performance.

I need 50% more standard performance over my 1080 tis to buy now.

 

A GTX 1070 can't run my favorite games at 60fps on my monitors. My GTX 1080 tis are not a waste but a necessity.

I pretty much can't find a game that I can't play comfortably at ultra settings with my 1070 unless it was a very poorly optimized game from the start. And when you just gotta pile on huge amounts of performance for one particularly game to run right, its not a fair comparison.

 

EDIT: forgot to mention, at 1080p.

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TBH I'm kinda glad that they introduced cheaper NVLink bridges because for a moment I thought that dual GPU enthusiast will have to pay $600 for that bridge xD

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Just now, Senzelian said:

2 years from the now the early adopter tax might be gone and we can actually buy RTX cards for a normal price.

But for now, no thanks NVidia! :P 

haha i think those no one can really talk till we see benchmarks when they come out and compare all cards then we can see what is going on 

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Just now, Blindeagle said:

1080ti in 4k? Does perfectly fine 

There are plenty of games that can't do constant 60fps at Ultra on 4K unless you've got a pair.  Now obviously that's a rather extreme situation, but it's absolute nonsense to say that it won't struggle with ANYTHING for 4 years.

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It's sad. 1299 euro for a 2080ti here in Germany. There's a limit Nvidia. My entire PC cost around that much. 

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Just now, suchamoneypit said:

 

I pretty much can't find a game that I can't play comfortably at ultra settings with my 1070 unless it was a very poorly optimized game from the start. And when you just gotta pile on huge amounts of performance for one particularly game to run right, its not a fair comparison.

I have the 1070, and I get 60fps on the Witcher 3 @ 1440p. 

 

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To be completely honest. He said $999 and everywhere it's over that. In U.K it's £1099 and cheapest one I found online is £1049!

 

I'll get one but not right away. I'll wait until prices stabilise.

 

I can sell my 1080 TI in that time to be fair.

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Just now, JoostinOnline said:

There are plenty of games that can't do constant 60fps at Ultra on 4K unless you've got a pair.  Now obviously that's a rather extreme situation, but it's absolute nonsense to say that it won't struggle with ANYTHING for 4 years.

You have to also think , how many pc gamers are going to have 1080tis or higher? not many , most will have lower cards etc , companies will always try and develop towards the cheaper cards 

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