Nvidia Super is a Refresh of the RTX 2000 seires with lower prices.
Written by: psychoman - 18:24 Jun-02-2019

A new a rumor surrounding the NVIDIA Super Teaser Trailer that appeared a few days ago surfaced, the rumor suggests that NVIDIA will release new (refreshed) RTX 2060, 2070 and 2080 graphics cards, and that they will cost $249, $399 and $599 respectively. Before we continue, it's all speculation up-to this okay? 

Word right now is that NVIDIA will be releasing alternatives for the RTX 2060, RTX 2070 and RTX 2080. The cards would get faster GDDR6 memory, but also higher clock rates due to binning the GPUs. Naturally, when things get a notch faster you expect them to be priced higher, now another rumor contradicts that claim as Nvidia would be planning to undercut the price by $100. If you tally things up then in chronological order the MSRP would be $249, $399 and $599 respectively. 

A $399 price would at the very least bring the 2070 SUPER in the NAVI playing field pricing and likely performance wise. The timing of all this is just silly though, in the middle of the summer vacation time. It is now suggested that NVIDIA will present the new Super products (super charged) at E3 2019, trying to steal some thunder from AMD, who is expected to make announcements regarding Navi at E3.

Yeah, what will these cards be called .. like GeForce RTX 2070 / 2080 SUPER edition? Also, if correct, questions do arise as what will happen with the pricing structure of the currently RTX line, or will they simple slowly be replaced?

Source: https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/rumor-nvidia-super-is-a-refreshed-geforce-rtx-2060-(249)2070-(399)2080-(599).html


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btw there have been reports of gddr6 chips dieing on certain rtx cards, I wonder if this "faster" gddr6 memory also adresses this problem…

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well at this point GDDR6 should have been improved and I think it will just be clocked higher and cost less or the same.


As for GPUs dying, at this point I'm not surprised with Nvidia, last year their gtx 1080tis and 1080s were dying, I think it was due to poor VRMs or something, they killed GPUs with drivers multiple times, they increased CPU usage and especially power consumptions with their drivers as if they were a power virus…


And people still tend to think that Nvidia has better quality and reliability than AMD XD

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Any price cut is a welcome one

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