Nvidia confirm new RTX 30 series available 17th Sept, flagship RTX 3080 only $699

Written by Chad Norton on Tue, Sep 1, 2020 5:44 PM

Nvidia has just this moment officially announced their next generation of RTX 30 series graphics cards, based on the Ampere architecture at the recent GeForce Special Event.

The flagship 3080 will be just $699 and be available on the 17th September.

Here are the previous rumours - as rumored by leaks prior to the eventBut we will update this article as the event continues with the facts...

Lets take a look at the official Nvidia RTX 30 Series graphics card specifications, including the RTX 3090, RTX 3080, RTX 3070 and their prices and release periods.

Please note, fields marked with * are based on leaked information prior to this event and we will be confirming and updating as the information becomes available.

Card Base Clock Boost Clock CUDA Cores RT Cores Memory Type Memory GB TDP W Price USD Launch Date
1.40 GHz 1.70 GHz 10,496 TBA GDDR6X 24 350W $1499 September 24th
1.44 GHz 1.71 GHz 8,704 TBA GDDR6X 10 320W $699 September 17th
1.50 GHz 1.73 GHz 5,888 TBA GDDR6 8 220W $499 October

When it comes to PC hardware, there are pretty much 2 things that are most important to us: price and performance. We didn't get a huge amount of info on the performance side of things, but the most significant details we got were the price...

The RTX 3080 is still considered the flagship GPU of this next generation, with 2x performance over a GTX 1080 Ti and RTX 2080 at the exact same price as the 2080. The RTX 3080 comes in at $699 with 10GB of GDDR6X memory, 30 Shader-TFLOPS, 58 RT-TFLOPS, and 238 Tensor-TFLOPS. The RTX 3080 will also be available on September 17th.

Another GPU that got announced was the RTX 3070, which is faster than a 2080 Ti at half the price. The RTX 3070 has 8GB of GDDR6 memory, 20 Shader-TFLOPS, 40 RT-TFLOPS, and 163 Tensor-TFLOPS. The RTX 3070 will be available sometime in October 2020.

Lastly, the rumored RTX 3090 was indeed confirmed at the GeForce Special Event, though it's certainly still not intended to be a typical consumer GPU. This card officially replaces the Titan RTX, but due to a higher demand for the Titan RTX and availability from brands other than Nvidia, it has ditched the Titan nomenclature for the XX90 name.

The RTX 3090 comes in at a whopping $1499, with a massive 24GB GDDR6X memory, 20 Shader-TFLOPS, 40 RT-TFLOPS, and 163 Tensor-TFLOPS. The RTX 3090 will be available from Nvidia and partners on September 24th.

Amazingly, the RTX 3090 will also be the world's first 8K consumer gaming GPU. It's so powerful that it allegedly run some games at 8K resolution with 60fps, with ray tracing and DLSS enabled. It also includes HMDI 2.1 support.

For a great comparison to the new RTX 30 Series top end graphics cards above, we will display below the previous Nvidia generation 20 Series for reference.  

Card Base Clock Boost Clock CUDA Cores RT Cores Memory Type Memory GB

TDP W

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Titan RTX 1350 MHz 1770 MHz 4608 72 GDDR6 24 280 2499
RTX 2080 Ti 1350 1545 4352 68 GDDR6 11 250 999
RTX 2080 Super 1650 1815 3072 48 GDDR6 8 250 699
RTX 2080 1515 1710 2944 46 GDDR6 8 215 699
RTX 2070 Super 1605 1770 2560 40 GDDR6 8 215 499
RTX 2070 1410 1620 2304 36 GDDR6 8 175 499

 What do you think? Are you excited for the RTX 30 series? Will you be buying one of the GPUs? Which one are you most interested in? Let us know!

Is the RTX price announcement more or less than you thought it would be?

Were you going to buy a 30 Series?

Which one are you most interested in buying?

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An RTX 3070, who is performing a bit better than a bloody 2080 Ti, for just 499$? And the RTX 3080, the seemingly perfect 4K gaming card, for 699$? Can hardly believe I am saying this, but... it seems like Nvidia did everything right this time and then some.

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16:51 Sep-09-2020

I don't believe the perfomance that Nvidia says they will have. I will wait for the real benchmarks.

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23:06 Sep-09-2020

Smart

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11:33 Sep-11-2020

They've largely been leaked already.


Looks like nothing unexpected.

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23:28 Sep-11-2020

Better safe then sorry.

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07:36 Sep-05-2020

Lower end cards are the higher volume ones (i.e. they sell more) so they need some time to ramp up production to have enough of them to avoid supply issues. I would not expect them before Q1'21

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14:48 Sep-05-2020

Ah thx! mine budget range = 300/500 euro so RTX 3070 can do also, but still the 3060/TI are very interesting for 1080P only.

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17:08 Sep-05-2020

If the 3070 can really compete with the 2080ti then the 3060 will be great at 1440p as well as it will likely compete with the 2080.

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17:58 Sep-05-2020

Thx, i will keeping following this for now its 1080P only think the 3070 will be overkill.

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10:02 Sep-04-2020

Hey this just hit my head if these rates are so good and performance is so brilliant we can all expect 3060 to be a killer but what the hell wil the 3050 and its Ti version be like? a complete slayer? with price to match the previous gen?

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23:47 Sep-04-2020

For that level of performance you might be better off buying second hand 2060s/1660. It'll be a while before Nvidia will release a 3060, let alone a 3050.

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13:46 Sep-06-2020

If you should go for a 2060 go for the EVGA KO version (think it's SUPER) but not 100% sure. As for the 1660, mainly get a SUPER version. The 1660 Ti haven't been made in a while I believe (+ the SUPER is better in most games)

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01:21 Sep-04-2020

I was thinking of waiting out a series and stick with this card (the 2070 non super) untill the 4000 series would launch..
Seeing this price though, maybe end of next year or beginning of 2022 i would grab a 3080 :)
Still im curious though for the 12 pin connectors.. While there are convertors being shipped with the card, a convertor is still a convertor..
Hope that the new psu's are cheap...

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23:48 Sep-04-2020

It's just a pinover though

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08:27 Sep-07-2020

And only Nvidia Founder edition has 12 pin. Other will have classical 8 pin connector

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20:58 Sep-03-2020

Don't know how too feel but just sold my rtx2080ti for around £550 so only need to spend £200 for the rtx 3080 msi gaming x version.... should have sold it last month was going for over £700

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21:27 Sep-03-2020

Don't feel so bad. I don't think anyone was prepared for just how "cheap" this next series would be.

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09:11 Sep-04-2020

agreed NVIDIA really made it dirt cheap all over again (Relatively speaking) and it seems powerful enough that you would even consider it as genuine upgrade. 2080 didn't make me to upgrade but lets just say my wallet doesn't trust me now

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09:14 Sep-04-2020

my question is do they really think PC gamer's would have gone to consoles? or do they know about AMD coming out with really cheap but powerful cards? Whats the Industry scoop I wonder? rumors off late have been disappointing.

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08:43 Sep-03-2020

So the 3060 will most likely be 299 usd, which is kind of the same as when the 1060 was released iirc. Then a 3050 maybe 199usd, which is quite expensive

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08:48 Sep-03-2020

"bignavi" and "smallerbignavi" might induce some price drops in the lower brackets if they can compete

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21:39 Sep-03-2020

"big navi" is more like medium/mid range navi.

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18:15 Sep-02-2020

looking for a used 2080ti 300 bucks the most lmao

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22:23 Sep-02-2020

Yeah the resale value on the 20 series is going to be awful. Anyone including myself that bought a 20 series card in the last 6 months that wants to upgrade is going to take it in their wallet, and other places I won't mention here.

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18:21 Sep-05-2020

yeah had a good laugh at new 2080ti price memes recently :D

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02:03 Sep-03-2020

I'll be happy if I sell my 1080 ti for $200

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03:39 Sep-03-2020

If you luck out maybe. I can tell you that my 2070S will probably only net me 200 bucks after the 30 series launches. I'd say you might get 125-150 depending on who's willing to buy. Good luck though. I'd love to know what you ultimately get for it. As for me, I'll keep this card until at least next year when the Super series comes out. Might even keep it until the 40 series.

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04:34 Sep-03-2020

I sold my 1080ti for $350 because I proved it'll overclock, stay cool and toast a 2080s. If it wasn't for that, $200 would be best case.

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Kudos.

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I will keep my gtx 1070 when i replace it. Its going to be for emergencies and troubleshooting, im not going to get anything decent out of it anyway

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People 2 years ago were pissed about the prices and said I won't buy 20 series and wait for AMD or Nvidia to drop them, now people are saying that the price is "jUsT" 700eur, my whole pc was 500eur...outrageous. Gonna wait for AMD, their pricing was always better for consumer, they promissed to shake up 4k gaming

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17:41 Sep-02-2020

Also there are numbers already which prove that AMD could make a paper launch because their driver state is the same as two years ago, they are just polishing it and the leaks suggest that AMD has 3070 killer - 3080 competitor on their hands NOW

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19:22 Sep-02-2020

Sorry , but it sounds like wishful thinking to me, even if they have 3080 competitor do you really believe the prices will match? You really believe that amd can afford it after so much investment and waiting? I don't.

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19:34 Sep-02-2020

They need to get back in the eyes of the consumers. They already sold GPUs with very low margins to catch Nvidia, I don't think why they wouldn't do it again.

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04:37 Sep-03-2020

AMD has the money now with stocks nearing $100, Ryzen selling as fast as they can sell them and oems using their CPUs. I have a feeling it could be like the 700 series vs 200 series all over again.

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@Howlincoyote
Assuming they had stocks to sell in the first place, if they owned some of their own stocks or released more(or whatever the technical term for that is, I forgot and I'm not checking it up) to sell, the sure. They have money because they are selling, simple as that. They lacked money before because they weren't selling.

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15:41 Sep-04-2020

@Zygisrudys
My biggest problem is not with the rtx 2000 series, yes they were overpriced, but with the gtx 1000 series which were mega overpriced(I got my gtx 1060 for 50 euro and sold my r9 380 for 25 euro).
The gtx 1000 seires had no high-end GPUs and were selling sub-mid range GPUs at 700$ MSRP(the gtx 1080) and then mid-range GPU a year later at 700$(gtx 1080Ti).


The RTX gpus the Ti/Super ones were big and huge dies with GDDR6 which is 70% more expensive than GDDR5(11$ vs 6.5$ per GB) so even though the rtx 2080Ti and 2080 Super are overpriced, they are not as nearly overpriced as the gtx 1000 seires GPUs.

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15:47 Sep-04-2020

The RTX 3090 is for sure overpriced as hell(it's got like 20% more Compute Units and it costs double the RTX 3080). The RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 we'll have to wait and see.


If I am to speculate:
If the rumored die sizes are true and the RTX 3080 has a cut-down RTX 3090 die at 627mm^2 then I'd say it should cost 625-650$(unless GDDR6X is much more expensive than GDDR6, we need to know prices on that as well).


The rtx 3070 at 450mm^2 die size costing 500$ makes sense. The gtx 1080 at 312mm^2 die size and GDDR5 memory was sold at 700$ and the gtx 1080Ti at 471mm^2 and GDDR5 was sold at 700$, so yeah, this is much better than that. The RTX 2070 at 445mm^2 was sold at 500$ and that's very reasonable for such a die size with so much GDDR6 VRAM


But again we don't know many costs yet.

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16:18 Sep-02-2020

Just when I was considering going consoles for this generation, nvidia goes and actually delivers a decent jump in price to performance.. my benchmark for good value was a 2080ti for $450-500, and I had zero expectation that would be met anytime soon.


I still might not jump into the 30series just because I'm not due for an upgrade

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15:03 Sep-02-2020

10GB VRAM for a flagship card ? That's awfully little, especially considering they're really pushing 4k with this series. 10gb is not gonna last well.

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23:52 Sep-04-2020

Yup in the Q&A they said that the Vram was a major cost driver to the card. Using Nvidia IO they hope that just like on consoles, open world games will prefer streaming data over just having it all in memory all at once.


Would have been a lot more comf with 12GB though.

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14:01 Sep-06-2020

Yup GDDR6 is 11$ per GB, GDDR6X might be more expensive. Gone are the days of 4-4.5$ per GB GDDR5.

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14:54 Sep-02-2020

It's funny how people are loosing their mind over 2080Ti being beaten by 3070 when that wouldn't have ever been a discussion if 20 series wasn't grossly overpriced. But also wait for benchmarks people.

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14:45 Sep-02-2020

This is why i waited the 20 series was for beta testing 3070 499 kills the 2080ti lol smh

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15:37 Sep-04-2020

Chances are that the rtx 3070 is still overpriced though, we'll have to wait and see though.

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12:56 Sep-02-2020

Feeling really sorry about upgrading to 2070 SUPER 2 months ago

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12:57 Sep-02-2020

your system is still a beast bro

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16:42 Sep-02-2020

Why did you buy the 2070? There were leaks coming out since the start of the year. At least you didn't buy the 2080 or even 2080Ti. You could then cry yourself to sleep.

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20:19 Sep-02-2020

I know. But i had no choice. I bought a 2060 about a year back but it became faulty around 3 months back. I returned it to the store but the manufacturer had shipping issues due to Covid 19 so the store offered me an upgrade offer instead. Hence the 2070 SUPER. If i had known how good 3070 was gonna be a year back i would have waited. Oh well...

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08:45 Sep-03-2020

Well, if the upgrade didn't cost you much, then it's not an issue I'd say. Besides that, if you'll sell the 2070, it's probably more wanted than a 2060.

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12:54 Sep-02-2020

2 3090s simply cuz i don't have anything else to blow my money on!!!!!!

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10:06 Sep-02-2020

I can't wait for the $699 3080 to come in my country for at least $800 everywhere.Yay for 0 regulations and seller price gouging lol.

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11:41 Sep-02-2020

Do you realize that your country has taxes or what?

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12:26 Sep-02-2020

27% VAT here so it can't be worse

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13:32 Sep-02-2020

Yeah,still too much compared to the taxes here.Pretty familiar with my country and the taxes thank you,next time try being less condescending mate.

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14:55 Sep-02-2020

He can't.

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20:43 Sep-02-2020

Hey I offend people without even trying, so I'm awesome.


Otherwise, yeah, 500$ + 20% EU VAT at the very least and then + aditional country tax.

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21:27 Sep-02-2020

I don't think he found it offensive, just needlessly aggressive and confrontational regarding a simple topic.
I also personally wouldn't take pride in being offensive without trying, that's just not a good personal characteristic, and very quickly leads to people discrediting you all together.
It really wouldn't hurt to try and be more approachable and conversational instead of generally just hostile and degrading as you often do with your comments.

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08:39 Sep-03-2020

But you see in my mind I've said nothing wrong, I haven't been provocative, I haven't said anything negative, I just asked. People just read things as they want, they put some meaning based on feelings or some crap.
Or perhaps it's all about what each person expects and thinks.
So yeah, I'm awesome for just asking questions and stating statements and people getting offended for no reason.
Can't help it that people find nothing offensive.


The simple solution is for people to stop being offended by words, or offended at all, because otherwise they just torture themselves for no reason.

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10:27 Sep-03-2020

Brother sorry you're not a poet. There's no hidden meaning in that sentence that can be interpreted in hundreds of different way. It's a very simple sentence with a very simple connotation to it, that a little 5 year old child could understand it. You're just not awesome for being an a*ss, sorry but you're not.
Yeah, "simple" solution would be for humans to change as a whole because you don't know how to speak properly. That is the simplest solution, not something else...

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20:42 Sep-02-2020

If I understand it correctly, Americans pay taxes on what they buy at the end of the year, so even if it's 500$ in the US, that's without tax.

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22:27 Sep-02-2020

No, we pay sales tax at the time of purchase on everything (8.25%). At the end of the year is State tax (but not all states have a end of year state tax, God Bless Texas.) Then if there is any taxes not already taken in federal taxes from your paycheck, THEN you pay more. Let's not even begin to mention the stock market taxes, 401k's, all that extra stuff. You can look that one up. lol

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00:13 Sep-03-2020

I know I can look it up, but I simply don't care enough for the messy tax system most states have and then I'd have to look on a per state basis. I had some general idea of it, thanks for clearing it out.

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10:31 Sep-03-2020

@TheEmperor96 Imagine how delusional of a person do you have to be to think that literally the whole world is wrong because you don't know how to speak and are perceived an asshole. To think just because you're "offensive", you're "right".

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11:28 Sep-03-2020

@StevenPlebster I've came to conclusion that psychoman is just borderline retarded that takes pride in being "social outcast". That's why you can't really dismiss anything he says because you'll end up with paragraphs on why YOU'RE wrong and why he is right.
But those are just my 2 cents.

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20:57 Sep-03-2020

hmmm... assumptions, assumptions, but you can't be more wrong. :D
I take pride in pissing people off on the internet without even trying, because I find it halarious.

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10:05 Sep-04-2020

What TheEmperor96 said is exactly what i was thinking.Maybe stop being mister know-it-all for a bit and think the whole world is wrong lol.I'm not offended,I'm offering you advice on how not to be perceived as a rude smartass by other people.

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10:19 Sep-04-2020

Just for quick maths,at the start of the year nVidia reduced MSRP on the RTX2060 to $300.The cheapest one here was around $450.VAT is 19% so that MSRP+VAT is $357,and customs taxes are very low on electronics here(knowing they also order in bulk,its logical).Also,I hope you don't believe sellers buy cards from suppliers at MSRP right?So yeah,that's what I'm talking about ridiculous prices and no regulation on them.

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15:29 Sep-04-2020

Or I should keep stating what I know regardless if it's true or not, without thinking about what people think of me or how I am percieved.


Also I prefer to be wrong than right, being right gives me nothing, being wrong leads to me learning that I'm wrong and learning the truth which is important.


Also you guys have a 16% tax on hardware on top of the 20% VAT(or 19%? I thought it was 20%). That means that the 300$ rtx 2060 should cost 417$ MSRP and that is for a REFERENCE model. 3rd party models from companies such as MSI, Asus, EVGA, etc, etc will cost more as those 3rd party companies have to make a profit too.


Also no duh they don't buy it at MSRP, literally MSRP means: Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price, it's self explanatory, no? :D

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20:13 Sep-04-2020

Yes, keeps stating what you know regardless of whether it's true, that's right, that's another good way to bring credibility to yourself. You despise being wrong, let's not lie to ourselves. If you're wrong you move the goalposts...

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20:13 Sep-04-2020

...and you do that time, and time, and time, and time again, until the topic is completely disconnected from what was being talked about and you do that until the point you're right about even the miniscule thing...

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20:13 Sep-04-2020

...at which point you take that as a "victory". Or more often you just leave when you're proven wrong and have nothing else to say because you just don't have the stomach to admit that you might actually be wrong.

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09:57 Sep-07-2020

There hasn't been a "hardware tax" on electronics since like 10 years ago.The only 16% tax here i know of is a special income tax on govt workers' salaries.Also VAT is 19%,20% was a few years ago.Again,you're talking like you know what you're saying when it's clear you have no idea.No point in engaging you on this thread anymore.

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13:32 Sep-17-2020

So 19% VAT + the extra price of 3rd party board partners and the shop get a little extra. Normal and understandable in my book.

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18:31 Sep-20-2020

"a little extra" you're clearly a waste of time.

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08:32 Sep-02-2020

Amount of VRAM on 3080 makes me firmly believe there's definitely a Ti or Super version of the card in store either waiting for AMD or a staggered release a year from now. Also, even though this looks amazing, it's worthy noting that we have no 3rd party reviews of these cards yet, and it's not wise to eat up all of Nvidias marketing without thinking.

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11:25 Sep-02-2020

Digital Foundry have done some tests that show a 69-80% performance increase at 4K on a small selection of titles including Control, Doom Eternal and Shadow of the Tomb Raider between the 2080 and 3080.


https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2020-hands-on-with-nvidia-rtx-3080

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14:49 Sep-02-2020

Fair, but that's just one outlet, and likely a sponsored post. Not to say that information isn't true but there's likely a lot more to it.

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07:47 Sep-03-2020

AFAIK Digital Foundry are well regarded as far as their testing of games and hardware are concerned. It's totally true though that there is a lot more information needed to make an overall informed decision about the new hardware. We don't have any performance benchmarks for any of our old non-RTX games yet and we'll have to wait until release day for those for some reason.

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14:32 Sep-02-2020

Most definitely. The price gap between the 3080 and 3090 sets up for a ti version very nicely. That being said, ti versions don't release for at least a year fater the platform release. The 1080 ti did not release till nearly the end of the pascal cycle tow years after launch.

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14:47 Sep-02-2020

Depends on what AMD offers. If AMD is competitive we'll see Ti cards pretty soon. But if AMD isn't, which is a likelier possibility, They'll release Ti cards sometime next year.

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17:13 Sep-02-2020

i believe that Big Navi will end as RX 6700, because its sure that they will not compete with the 3090 or the 3080, maybe with the 3070.

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14:56 Sep-02-2020

That's not even a discussion. Ti or Super, or both, are there waiting. Either on AMD or just themselves.

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01:59 Sep-02-2020

just need a watercooled 3080 and ill be happy

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01:22 Sep-02-2020

It's finally time for me to upgrade from my GTX 980, it's been a good run =)

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17:41 Sep-02-2020

yeah man put that card to rest, it is not a 45/60 fps 1080p ultra graphic settings

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22:39 Sep-01-2020

I would really love to see questions like "Were you going to buy 30 series?" to also contain answer about waiting for competition. I am interested in 3070, but I want to first see what AMD will have at that price point. Could be better, could be worse, but I would like to know before committing to anything. Plus I really want to see reviews.

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22:37 Sep-01-2020

Probably gona skip 30xx series, i was hoping for a 3060 with 8 gb of vram, and my gtx 1060 has not let me down yet at 1080p

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22:53 Sep-01-2020

I think that once the market is satisfied with the high-end cards, the 3060 will be presented too. Shouldn't be longer than late November. You can also check prices for used 2070 Super once the 3070 arrives. They are bound to go down significantly.

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Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz Radeon HD 7500G 8GB
| 30FPS, High, 1080p
Ryzen 5 2600X 6-Core 3.6GHz Radeon RX 5600 XT Sapphire Pulse 6GB 16GB
0% No [1 votes]
| 60FPS, Medium, 720p
Core i3-4030U 1.9GHz Intel HD Graphics 4400 Mobile 2GB
0% No [1 votes]
| 60FPS, Low, 1080p
Ryzen 5 2600X 6-Core 3.6GHz Radeon RX 570 4GB 16GB
100% Yes [5 votes]
| 60FPS, Low, 1080p
Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core 3.6GHz Radeon RX 570 4GB 16GB
100% Yes [3 votes]
| High, 1080p
Ryzen R5 1600 GeForce GTX 1070 Ti MSI Gaming 8GB 16GB
Ryzen 9 5900HX 8-Core 3.3GHz GeForce RTX 3080 16GB Mobile 32GB
| 60FPS, Medium, 1080p
Ryzen 5 2600 GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB 8GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
| Low, 1080p
Core i5-4570 3.2GHz Radeon HD 7970 OC Sapphire Edition 16GB
Core i5-9600K 6-Core 3.7GHz Radeon RX Vega 64 Gigabyte 8GB 16GB
| 60FPS, Ultra, 1440p
Ryzen 5 5600X 6-Core 3.7GHz GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Zotac Gaming Twin Edge 8GB 16GB
| 60FPS, Ultra, 1080p
Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core 3.6GHz GeForce RTX 2060 Super 8GB 16GB
Xeon Processor X5690 GeForce GTX 1070 Zotac AMP! Xtreme 32GB
100% Yes [1 votes]