3000 series be for sale on Sept 1st? or Sept 15th?

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  1. jarablue

    jarablue Member Guru

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    Does anyone know when these boards will actually be for sale? Will it be the first week of Sept? Or do we have to wait until mid month?

    Anyone have a clue?
     
  2. insp1re2600

    insp1re2600 Ancient Guru

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    doubt itll be for sale on the date of announce.
     
  3. devastator

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    mostly likely late sept about the 19th
     
  4. DannyD

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    Hoping for pre-order at least by the 10th, i'd grab a second hand 2080ti but just not enough RT cores.
     

  5. SiMallV719

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    Well that's just killed the RTX2080ti market, RTX3070 as fast at less than half price, less vram but faster, was going to sell mine, guess I will shove in in my wife's pc as a gaming back up rig, roll in the 3090
     
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    yeah i sold my 2080ti 10 days ago just in time and been using my 1080ti as backup, didnt lose much from the price i bought it as well perfect timing, cant wait for the 3090. next buy will be swapping my 3900x by the new ryzen series, and im debating between a 4k 144 hertz or 1440p 240hz, i already have 1400p 165 hertz but man that 240hz is tilting me
     
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    I'm still waiting for the 1070/1660s/2060 to come down enough to be affordable. :(
     
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  8. TechEnthusiast

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    Why would you wait for a 1070 now, when you can wait for a 3050 or 3030?
    Guessing even a 3030 would be more performance than a 1070 as far as the current specs go.
    Will be about 2-4 Months out, but may be a cheap alternative that is also more performance AND Raytracing! With DLSS2.0 support you may even be able to enjoy 4k gaming on the cheap in games that support it. :)
     
  9. AntiSnipe

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    Because as far as I know those don't exist, but if they do, I'm sure they will be $299+ and I hope it will force the price of ~1070/2060 level cards down to like $150-179 like they should have been all along :mad:

    Meanwhile, I've been stuck on my 1060 3GB gimped POS for years because I straight up cannot afford a $300+ video card. 4K is way out of my reach, I'm still perfectly happy with 1080, any more and I'd need a card capable of running at the higher resolution at a tolerable frame rate (not to mention a new monitor), and that equals a $499+ graphics card.
     
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    I will go proberly for the RTX 3070 after I thinked it over a bit but I'm not in a hurry sitting on a perfect performing RTX 2070
     
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  11. AntiSnipe

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    Yeah, back when I could still work, and therefore afford a thing or two, I still usually just bought a ~mid range GPU and usually a year or so after release after prices dropped a bit. Now days though, since four years ago when I bought my GTX 1060 for $169, the prices have just trippled+ on EVERYTHING. Even my GTX 1060 went to over $500 for quite a while (years) at one point and only stabilized back to around $329, still $200 for the crippled piece of junk right now. The thing is/should not be worth $99 now.
     
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