Likelihood of a RTX 2080 Ti Super coming out now?

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  1. 13thCaesar

    13thCaesar Member Guru

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    Hey guys,

    As the title says, do you think there is any chance of Nvidia pissing everybody off and releasing one of these cards this late in the game?
    And if on the off chance they would, what event would it be announced at do you think?
     
  2. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    its not happening.
    Titan RTX is the Ti super.
     
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    Mda400 Master Guru

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    Right, unless there is a RX 5800/5900/etc. that really pushes close to its performance, there likely won't be any immediate change until the next architecture arrives.
     
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    wouldn't think so, because anyone who would pay such a sum, would probably be experienced enough to want to wait till the next gen now.
     
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    3080TI or big Navi or I'm not interested.
     
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    not gonna happen. 3080 next year
     
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    I think it's going to happen. You all remember how the 20XX series had a lot of problems and RMA? I talked to a guy at a big computer store and he told me the "Super" version work really well and have almost no RMA compared to the "first edition".
     
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    quite a few of those returns with turings launch were because of artifacts caused by "display engine" crashes, wasn't till later (like this last month) we learned that nvidia added programmable scanout and scaler and the drivers were having teething and compatibility issues.
     

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    If it does happen, it'll be even more expensive than a 2080ti!
     
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    it would be the same price.
     
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    Then it would undermine the RTX Titan. If AMD has nothing to compete at the top end, there's no reason for Nvidia to lower the price of their top end cards.
     
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    RTX Titan doesn't really count as a mainstream consumer card but sure, you have a point.
     
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    lol, how did I miss this comedy gem? :D
     

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    Makes sense. Since the early issues were described by Nvidia as 'limited test escapes', which refers to wafer/die defects, with improved yield quality the issues should have been sorted out with the Supers.
     

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