Nvidia Turing Product Reviews and Previews: (Super, TI, 2080, 2070, 2060, 1660, etc)

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  1. A1xLLcqAgt0qc2RyMz0y

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    More detailed rumors on the Nvidia Super lineup:

    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 ‘SUPER’ Lineup Allegedly Launching in July – Specs For RTX 2080 SUPER, RTX 2070 SUPER & RTX 2060 SUPER Leak Out

    https://wccftech.com/nvidia-geforce-rtx-20-super-graphics-cards-specs-launch-leak

     
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    Do you think they can propose that now because of better yields, or just because they really didn't need to before, and they do that now just to be talked about when Navi is coming (and possibly beating it perf/price wise)
     
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    Competition is a good thing. Hopefully this means AMD will actually be able to compete at the given price points.

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    The 5700XT by AMD own number is less than 6% faster, so IRL I'm expecting to be equal but with this:

    [​IMG]
    If this is true well...Not very appealing for AMD.
     
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    This is super confusing. Why didn't NVIDIA just call these RTX 30x0 (Ti)?
     
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    Don't we get pissed off when they do rebrands with the same chips? Now you're asking for that?
     
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    They reserve it for their next gpus I guess.
     
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    Pure rebrands are annoying, but if they're new products with (even slightly) different specs, then yeah, I prefer it that way. If mean, is Super better than Ti? This is clear as mud. Not that big of a deal in the grand scheme of things, of course, but it's very strange, and very different from NVIDIA's traditional naming schemes.
     
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    This is a better article showing what the new Super Lineup is. Also the RTX 2080 Super has only 8GB not 11GB of Vram:

    https://wccftech.com/exclusive-nvidias-super-gpus-unleashing-monsters

     
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    Looking at prices...the 1660 is at the same price or *cheaper* than the 590 while being better in every single metric...some rumors says Nvidia will lower the prices after the Super launch and even if they aren't true the prices for AMD cards have no sense at all. I was waiting for Navi to upgrade but now I'm just going for a 1660 SC ultra until I can get a GPU to play at 1440 at less than 300 bucks that was what I though Navi would be.
     
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    Re: RTX 2080 Ti SUPER / brand new chip...

    Since bandwidth remains bottleneck for non-game use, and while HBM2 remains pricey, anyone else hoping Nvidia eventually restore that 512-bit bus, to really make use of 16 Gbit/s GDDR6 (900 GB/s)?

    Now that might be worth calling "super".

    </wishful_thinking>
     
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    Given they have no competitor, I doubt they will do that soon.
     
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    The wccftech article is too ambitious, whole new chip for 2080TiS? 2080Ti chip going into 2080S and somehow having only 8GB RAM?

    The VC article makes sense in 2080S having full chip, 2070S moving to a cut 2080 chip and 2060S getting the full bandwidth from the 2070 chip.
     
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    They also say it increases the SM count to 34 instead of 2070's 36.
    With equal bandwidth and ~6% difference in compute power, if the 2060S comes at the 2060's price then it's going to drive the 2070 out of the market quite fast, and make the 5700 non-XT DOA.

    Not that people didn't know already that AMD put themselves in a corner with their Navi release prices.
     
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    AMD can always adjust there prices, if and when those Super cards arrives to the market.
     
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    The Navi cards are coming to the shelves July 7th. nVidia is apparently going to announce the new line-up next Saturday, with a hard launch in mid-July (a single week after Navi).
    If these prices and specs are true, both Navi cards will need to get their prices adjusted before even hitting the shelves if they want to avoid getting DOA'd by reviewers and customers alike.
    Backtracking on the price before release just shows very poor planning on AMD's side.
     
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    C’mon, it was a given that the introduction of the Navi cards would be followed by a period of pricing and product rejiggling until they all found positions that were aligned with their respective strategies and economic framework. Neither Nvidia or AMD are idiots, they know that this will happen, they just don’t know the specifics of how the other party will choose to play their cards. We’re about to find out over the next six months or so, most of us perfectly safe munching popcorn from our spectator seats.
     
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    EVGA is offering credit toward a GeForce RTX card for owners of its 700- and 900- series
    https://techreport.com/news/34655/e...rtx-card-for-owners-of-its-700-and-900-series
     
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    Multitude of Nvidia GeForce RTX Super graphics cards hit EEC

    https://hexus.net/tech/news/graphics/132140-multitude-nvidia-geforce-rtx-super-graphics-cards-hit-eec/
     
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