Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 23, 2019.
3080 Ti 7nm lol $999?
RTX 2080Ti cost anywhere from $1,200 US Dollars up to $2,000 US Dollars , if this is a real Titan * maybe a new chip * most likely they will sell for $2,300 US Dollars up to $3,000 US dollars , i got no kidneys left after buying a RTX 2080Ti
I miss old 5950/6800/8800 Ultra cards. Maybe nvidia should bring those back in a new form.
Turing refresh with faster DDR6, optimized 12nm+ and HDMI 2.1...
...but it seems too early to make hardware changes.
incoming GTX 1690 and RTX 2090 Cards with 2 Graphics chips on board
That did not pique my interest.
It would be big.. Return of Vanta MX Turbocache edition of Geforce 2060..
I think the forgot the "expensive" in that cgi "super" ad?
SUPER lame.. xD
Maybe something like 2080 SE, a beefed RTX 2080 to beat Radeon VII.
Nvidia don't like the idea of giving an alternative to Radeon VII, but rather more performance than competition at same price.
Also current 2080 may follow a price cut and replaced by 2080 SE.
Super boring and not affordable I'm sure. RTX was DOA, only people who bought those cards were fanboys and the minority who needed the extra fps to drive 4K or high refresh rate monitors.
I would be completely on board with this if they could eliminate microstutter and make the GPUs work together at a hardware level (OS sees a single GPU). I loved those monsterous dual GPU cards that were the always the top SKU a decade ago - back before SLI / crossfire support started tanking.
This had better be good, my enthusiasm for NVidia isnt what it was and I dont expect that to change.
lol, that was totally random.
Perhaps not a GPU but a new console. At least that would be more interesting. An overpriced flagship card is not my thing.
But it did pique your interest
As a gamer, yes. HL3 has been a meme for years now.
GTX 1170 and 1180 perhaps?
Lol why even bother making this ad.
Super and that's it. No hint what so ever on what this is. It had better be something Super special and not just some PR hype.