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Nvidia's RTX Super Pricing Leaks - Some Older RTX cards are EOL?

What are your thoughts on these prices?

Nvidia's RTX 2070 Super has been pictured

Nvidia's RTX Super Pricing Leaks - Some Older RTX cards are EOL?

Rumour has it that Nvidia's RTX Super pricing has been revealed to members of the press, allowing the rumour site Videocardz to get a sneak peek at Nvidia's refreshed RTX graphics lineup.   

With these new prices, it has been claimed that Nvidia plans to retire most of their existing RTX series graphics cards, with the RTX 2080 and RTX 2070 reaching their end of life, finding their replacements in the RTX 2080 Super and RTX 2070 Super respectively. The leaked pricing below shows that Nvidia's Super lineup will, for the most part, directly replace their non-super series counterparts, though the RTX 2060 Super will compete with the lower priced RTX 2060 on the low-end. 

The RTX 2080 Ti will remain at the top of Nvidia's product stack, lacking any form of "Super" replacement. This makes sense given Nvidia's lack of competition in the high-end of the graphics market. 

Videocardz has also claimed that on July 9th that Nvidia would start bundling their RTX Super series of graphics cards with a "Super Fast. Supernatural Bundle", which will include both Control and Wolfenstein: Youngblood. 

Below are the rumoured specifications of Nvidia's RTX Super series, alongside Nvidia's leaked pricing. 
 
Nvidia Reference DesignGeforce RTX 2080 Ti Geforce 
RTX 2080 Super (R)
Geforce RTX 2080Geforce 
RTX 2070 Super (R)
Geforce RTX 2070
Geforce 
RTX 2060 Super (R) 
Geforce RTX 2060 
ArchitectureTuringTuringTuringTuring TuringTuring Turing
CUDA Cores4,352307229442560 23042176 1920
Base Clock
1350MHz???MHz1510MHz???MHz1410MHz???MHz 1345MHz
Boost Clock1545MHz???MHz1710MHz???MHZ 1620MHz???MHz 1680MHz
Memory TypeGDDR6GDDR6GDDR6GDDR6 GDDR6GDDR6 GDDR6
Memory Capacity11GB8GB8GB8GB 8GB8GB 6GB
Memory Speed14Gbps15.5Gbps14Gbps14Gbps 14Gbps14Gbps 14Gbps
Memory Bandwidth616GB/s496GB/s448GB/s448GB/s 448GB/s448GB/s 336GB/s
Memory Bus Size352-bit256-bit256-bit256-bit 256-bit 256-bit192-bit
SLIVia NVLinkVia 
NVLink
Via NVLink??? N/AN/A N/A
US Pricing$999$699$699$499$499$399$349

(Rumoured product specifications are listed with (R)) 

 
Nvidia's RTX 2070 Super has been pictured
(Image from Videocardz)
 
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28-06-2019, 06:43:25

Avet
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
What are your thoughts on these prices?
The prices of new cards are good. They offer you more performance for the same money. Are the prices of the original original cards good?? It all depends from which angle are you seeing the picture.Quote

28-06-2019, 07:02:11

tgrech
Personally I don't think the 50$ bump on the 2060 Super will play out too well for them, the 5700XT is a 2560core/256-bit/8GB config card just like the RTX2070 Super, while the 5700 is a 2304c/256b/8GB card just like the RTX2070, probably with similar clock speed differences, so the performance drop between AMDs $449 and $379 cards is going to be directly comparable to the drop between the 2070Super and 2070.

From the sounds of it, 2070Super will have a slight performance advantage and a feature set advantage(Albeit one not all would make much use of atm) but a big price premium over 5700XT, while the 2060Super seems like it's going to fall a little short of the 5700 or get very tangled with it but for a much smaller price premium. Personally I think discount EOL 2070's would probably end up being the most closely matched competitor for the 5700XT in price/perf.Quote

29-06-2019, 15:55:50

AlienALX
They're all £200 too expensive.Quote

30-06-2019, 03:44:07

Warchild
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
They're all £200 too expensive.
£300 imo

I think the best placed pricing for Nvidia they had were the 700 series GPUs. At least then, I thought it was good Price v Perf. After that it went out of control.Quote

30-06-2019, 15:44:17

WillSK
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
£300 imo

I think the best placed pricing for Nvidia they had were the 700 series GPUs. At least then, I thought it was good Price v Perf. After that it went out of control.
Agreed, I splashed out for a 780 classified and remember thinking it was quite a wad of cash for a card. Nowadays prices have gotten insaneQuote
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