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Nvidia website reveals RTX 20 series pricing and shipping dates

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Nvidia website reveals RTX 20 series pricing and shipping dates

Nvidia website reveals RTX 20 series pricing and shipping dates

Nvidia's US website has been updated with release dates and pricing information for Nvidia's upcoming RTX 20 series of graphics cards, revealing that Nvidia's next-generation graphics cards will ship in September, stating with the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti. 

Assuming that Nvidia doesn't change these prices during their #BeForTheGame presentation, the RTX 2080 Ti will be priced at $1,199.00, the RTX 1080 will be priced at $799.00, and the RTX 2070 will be priced at $599.00.

With a shipping date of September 20th, Nvidia fans will need to wait for a month before they can use RTX series graphics cards. For context, GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards can sell for $649.99 at Newegg in the US at the time of writing. 

Nvidia website reveals RTX 20 series pricing and shipping dates  
Expect more information about Nvidia's RTX 20 series graphics cards soon. 

Update - UK Pricing 

RTX 2080 Ti - £1099.00
RTX 2080 -  £749.00
RTX 2070 - 569.00

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20-08-2018, 13:14:00

TheF34RChannel
Only $1200 eh, translating to 1400 euro. They must be high over at Nvidia.

September is an effing joke.Quote

20-08-2018, 13:15:35

NeverBackDown
Ridiculous prices. They just keep raising them every launchQuote

20-08-2018, 13:16:49

TheF34RChannel
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Ridiculous prices. They just keep raising them every launch
Who can - or wants - to afford that??Quote

20-08-2018, 13:25:49

AngryGoldfish
I don't think Nvidia care that these are beyond the reach of many individuals. It's possible that because of the mining crash and the huge amount of Pascal GPUs Nvidia has left over, they've purposefully priced Turing out of reach of many, leaving Pascal to swoop in and save the day. Then when Pascal's stock is depleted at the end of the year or into 2019, Turing sees a slight price drop (at which time manufacturing costs will have dropped anyway) and possible buzz for AMD's next cards begins to stir. Or Turing will stay ridiculously expensive and consumers will have no choice but to jump aboard. That's the more likely one since I see nothing from AMD for years that will come close to competing in anything other than the low-end and midrange. I don't even know if they'll have a GTX 2070 competitor, let alone a 2080, 2080+ (if that's real), or 2080Ti.

That said, if the GTX 2070 beats the 1080Ti, that could be a very popular card, more so than anything else. And the GTX 2060 could be incredibly popular too if it beast the GTX 1080.Quote

20-08-2018, 13:45:02

AlienALX
£1100 for a mainstream GPU.

*drops mic*.

Just watching the stream now. Basically if you don't have RTX you smell like poo and your game will look crap.

This is actually pretty disgusting to watch tbh.Quote
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