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Old Nov 12, 2019, 10:51 PM   #1
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"We could see the Nvidia RTX 3080, Nvidia’s next generation flagship graphics card, at Computex 2020 in June, according to new rumors.

This would apparently follow a launch of Nvidia’s new 7nm Ampere architecture in March, around the time of Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) event in San Jose.

According to an analyst (Chris Caso of Raymond James), Nvidia has pushed back the launch of its Ampere graphics cards because of how well its current crop of Turing GPUs, including the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti, are doing – especially when it comes to performance versus AMD’s graphics cards.

While Nvidia certainly has the performance edge at the moment, AMD has made it clear that it’s building an ‘Nvidia killer’ graphics card that will launch in mid-2020. By launching its new generation of Ampere GPUs in March, Nvidia could be landing a pre-emptive blow to AMD’s high-end plans."

https://www.techradar.com/amp/news/n...s-in-june-2020
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Old Nov 12, 2019, 11:03 PM   #2
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I'm ready for a new card. I would have jumped on the 2080Ti, but $1300 for 30% and RTX which wouldn't even be playable at my resolution was a no go for me. I'm hoping they deliver this time around.
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Old Nov 13, 2019, 06:18 AM   #3
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I don't know if i agree with that analyst based on Nvidia dropping down to 68 percent discrete share. Amd is slowly gaining ground by gaining in discrete and retaken overall gpu share from Nvidia. Third quarter numbers may change things. I don't think a delay has anything to do with great rtx sales because the Nvidia market share numbers don't back them up.
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Old Nov 17, 2019, 01:39 PM   #4
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NVIDIA CEO: RTX Is a Home Run; I Look Forward to Upgrading Hundreds of Millions of PC Gamers
of course you do
and locking them to NV
and making billons


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Execution and talented engineering brings many advantages.

The ceo is going to market Nvidia to the extreme but would like to see if Amd can gain some discrete and overall gpu share from Nvidia when the third quarter share numbers are in. The 5700 and 5700xt are strong competitors to the 2060, 2060 super and the 2070 super even without dedicated raytracing hardware.

What's amazing from Nvidia is their margins, good grief they're impressive.
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of course you do
and locking them to NV
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Make money for his company is bleh? Isn't that what a CEO is supposed to do?
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Make money for his company is bleh? Isn't that what a CEO is supposed to do?
and you haven't updated your specs to 2080 ti why ?


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don't mind them making money on their cards

but the RTX prices can only be described as profiteering because AMD had nothing even close they could get away with it


and I bought one

and the 3080 ti will be just as high priced
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Amd is charging 399 for a chip that is around the size of the rx 580. One can argue this is premium profiteering as well. The market sets pricing.
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Amd is charging 399 for a chip that is around the size of the rx 580. One can argue this is premium profiteering as well. The market sets pricing.
the 5700 xt is 7nm and that is new and more expensive and it dose beet the same priced RTX 2060 supper

RTX 2080 ti and all the RTX cards are on a well used cheaper optimized 14nm and only 30% faster than a 1080 ti


and still not a lot of RTX games out or as many as they said there would be in well over a year
RTX could still lose to one of the other RT systems
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maybe we will see if AMD does do premium profiteering as well if they get a MCM out first that is faster than a 2080 ti
with Ryzen and infinity fabric they do have the advantage over NV in that

if they do do you think they will price it at the same price as a 2080 ti ?

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and still not a lot of RTX games out or as many as they said there would be in well over a year
Very true.
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