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GeForce RTX 2060 Photo (Gigabyte) Surfaces has 1920 Shader processors

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Dec 10, 2018.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    H83 Ancient Guru

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  4. HardwareCaps

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    Sounds like Nvidia will make the 1070 (has exactly 1920 CUDA cores as well) into a "2060", prob less VRAM and bandwidth as well to fight off the rumored Vega 2 mid range GPU.
     

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    It'll be interesting to see the price. 2070 hardly carried a mainstream price anymore. Is the 2060 going to be at the very upper limit of what anyone would call mainstream? On the other hand, is its raytracing power going to be good for anything? I haven't yet read if 2070 RT is enough for anything. 2080Ti seems to be doing a bit better after the recent patches, but it's twice as powerful as 2070.
     
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    means they can foresee RTX getting a lot more optimization so it runs at least at 1080p 60 on the 1060
     
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    Its underwhelming to see it has only 6gb vram.
     
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    xx60 cards need to be well under $300 MSRP... like $250 and under.
     
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    Good luck.... I'd expect to see this RTX2060 in the $350 - $450 range. You might see a GTX/RTX2050 around $250....if we're lucky.
     
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    Base on their current assinine pricing I expect $400.00 --- I ditched both of my GTX 1080 Ti recently thanks to how high their resale value is right now, so I guess I can thank the high prices of the RTX series for that at least. :p
     
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    $240-$300 range for the entire xx60 lineup is where (I think) it ought to be at. And $340-$420 for the xx70 series. Seems like we had a pretty good run of pricing like that. But those days are gone, apparently.

    I know I'm not buying anytime soon unless I give my 1070 up for something else. May be time to go AMD if rumors are true....
     
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    except this is a TU106 :rolleyes:
     
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    By that logic, or lack-thereof, we should only care about how many cores are in a product to determine the difference, or lack-thereof.

    Your implication of making a 1070 into a "2060", as you put it, means that the Core 2 Extreme QX6700 quad-core CPU is the same thing as a i7 7700k, they both have 4 cores, so why not right?
     
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    Judging by the rumored specs it looks like it will perform less than a 1080 for the same amount of money Hopefully this is not the case.
     
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    That first monster hunter benchmark put it in the 1070 territory, not even close to 1080. So, yeah not good considering it also have less vram.
     

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    I was hoping the 1060 was going to be GTX and not RTX due to what nvidia hinted and also the fact the 1060 will do ray tracing at 30fps or so. IQ is nice bit stuttery IQ is not nice.

    I'm hoping AMD does an ATi 9700 against the 5800Ultra here from a long time back and does a really fast 7nm product without all the ray tracing stuff and at a lower price.
     
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    To hope a company doesn't bring you into the future and advance technology is quite sad.
     
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    Is this card going to have a 192-bit wide memory bus? It'd be nice to see 256-bit be the new minimum.
     

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