NVIDIA RTX 20 SUPER Series

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The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
112
I held off on upgrading my 1080 Ti because I didn't feel the 2080 Ti was enough of an upgrade in raw performance to justify the cost, especially for a new feature that had little to no support at launch. Hopefully this changes with the 2080 Ti Super (along with HDMI 2.1).
 

Kawngi

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Oct 30, 2017
453
Glad I held off on upgrading to a 2080/2080 Ti. Really want to upgrade in time for Cyberpunk, but are we expecting something big next year? I'm not really in the GPU loop like I used to be.
 

BAW

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Oct 27, 2017
458
For the love of everything that is holy please post something more reliable than goddamn wccftech
 

ghibli99

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Oct 27, 2017
5,132
USA
Dang, I still have a 980 Ti and there are folks talking about upgrading or being disappointed in their 2080 Ti. LOL
 

Dennis8K

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Oct 25, 2017
8,013
Is it weird that I have always been irrationally bothered by the uneven number of 11GB VRAM in the 2080 Ti card?

Lets just put 16GB in the 2080 Ti Super and be legends.
 

zerocalories

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Oct 28, 2017
1,159
I have a 2080ti but I’m always looking for more power (without SLI), for battlefield V high FPS/ultrawide

If it’s reasonable I’ll upgrade but I’m fine with stay still for now
 

Bryo4321

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Nov 20, 2017
413
I’ve been wanting more juice, think I ll sell my 2070 to my friend and go 2080 super. I wonder how this will affect the vanilla 2080ti prices when the 2080ti super hits later on? I could see 2080 super at 700 and the vanilla ti at 900-1000? 2080ti super at 1200-1300? I can’t imagine it being cheap when there is no competition at that level
 

Marmelade

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Oct 29, 2017
1,097
Seeing the number of people just in this thread willing to upgrade after owning a RTX card for a few months is kinda funny
 

b0uncyfr0

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Apr 2, 2018
86
Overclocked a 1070 to 2.1Ghz. I'm basically just behind a stock 1080. More than happy with my purchase for now. Don't you feel pissed, Nvidia releasing a refresh so soon? Hell, I would be fuming if i just bought a 2070! Me thinks AMD definitely gave them a scare haha.

Also, don't forget NV could pull the same shenanigans with the Super line and lock down OC potential so performance doesn't overlap just like the 1070 Ti. In some cases it might be better to grab a stock 2070/2080 and OC it. Reviews should tell more.
 

Ultimadrago

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Oct 25, 2017
3,097
While it would be cool if 2080 Super would essentially be a 2080Ti @ $700, I somehow doubt that they'll do it.
And if 2080 Super is just 2080 with all SMs active and faster G6 then there will be zero point in upgrading to it from a 2080.
Yeah, it'd have to be a considerable boost for many to feel an upgrade or swap is even worth it I'd imagine.
 

Killzig

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Oct 25, 2017
426
Great news for me. I'll probably be building something new around January to gear up for Cyberpunk.
 

Fredrik

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Oct 27, 2017
3,387
That's it, I'm upgrading my whole rig once 2080ti Super arrives! The GPU is a 1080ti but the CPU, RAM, MB etc is over 5 years old now.
 

Ploid 6.0

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Oct 25, 2017
5,044
Just wait until the card that chews through RT games is out around the time where almost every big PC game has RT (not Nvidia only RTX but one that all modern cards use when it's in full swing). This Super line is also likely test level cards, selling the previous just for a newer rendition seem like a waste.
 

kostacurtas

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Oct 27, 2017
1,394

EEC registration for a new Nvidia product with the board number PG151.

For reference the RTX 2080 Ti has the board number PG150.
 

dgrdsv

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Oct 25, 2017
2,256
Msk / SPb, Russia
That's it, I'm upgrading my whole rig once 2080ti Super arrives! The GPU is a 1080ti but the CPU, RAM, MB etc is over 5 years old now.
Considering that 2080ti Super is rumored to launch "later" than other Super cards, I wonder if it will launch in autumn in which case it will probably be some 6-9 months till 7nm Ampere lineup. Queue lots of "but I've just got my 2080Ti Super!" posts here.
 

Fredrik

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Oct 27, 2017
3,387
Considering that 2080ti Super is rumored to launch "later" than other Super cards, I wonder if it will launch in autumn in which case it will probably be some 6-9 months till 7nm Ampere lineup. Queue lots of "but I've just got my 2080Ti Super!" posts here.
There will always be something better out if you just wait a bit more, but waiting is no fun ;)
 
Oct 27, 2017
3,737
I held off on upgrading my 1080 Ti because I didn't feel the 2080 Ti was enough of an upgrade in raw performance to justify the cost, especially for a new feature that had little to no support at launch. Hopefully this changes with the 2080 Ti Super (along with HDMI 2.1).
I held off on upgrading my 1080 Ti because I didn't feel the 2080 Ti was enough of an upgrade in raw performance to justify the cost, especially for a new feature that had little to no support at launch. Hopefully this changes with the 2080 Ti Super (along with HDMI 2.1).
If AMD isn't doing this yet. I can not see Nvidia. I still think we are a ways off from this.
 

Primus

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Oct 25, 2017
623
Halleujah, the RTX 2060 Super is the exact card I've been looking for to upgrade from my 970.
 

Zoon

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Oct 25, 2017
703
I think I'll keep my 1060 until 7nm. I'm only playing at 1080p and there isn't any demanding game releasing soon.
 

sym30l1c

Member
Oct 25, 2017
314
What the fuck...got a 2080Ti at the end of November and they are already releasing a refresh?
I might consider selling my card if there's any significant improvement.
Anyone knows what's the best and safest way to sell a GPU in the UK?
 

Fatmanp

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Oct 27, 2017
778
I hope the Ti refresh is out before the end of September because I will be doing my Zen2 full upgrade around then.
 

VectorPrime

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Apr 4, 2018
8,390
Jesus, why would anyone with a 2080ti already be planning to incrementally upgrade? I’m still on a 980ti and I’m strongly considering holding out until 2020 at least.
 

Teiresias

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Oct 27, 2017
2,002
I'm in a weird upgrade bind, my current rigs have these cards:

Desk PC: 1080 Ti
HTCP on 1080p TV: 980 (not Ti)

Even though my Desk PC has a 21:9 3440x1440 monitor, I don't really play anything where I notice any performance degradation. In the same way, I haven't played anything where the 980 in my HTPC has presented problems, but I'm going to upgrade that TV to an HDR 4k TV this year (in the next month or two probably), so I will definitely want an upgrade. The HTPC is in a mITX case though (Silverstone RVZ02) which has length and height restrictions, so I'm not sure any of these cards would fit (though I can run it open on the top where the GPU is if i want, just have to keep it dusted.

I guess I'll wait and see what the 4k performance is of these and see if it's worth upgrading when there's actual benchmarks.