Rumor: Pricing and specs for upcoming GeForce RTX 3070 Ti and RTX 3070?

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jul 8, 2020.

  1. kakiharaFRS

    kakiharaFRS Master Guru

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    years ago a car brand made an ad with a rich emirate son buying a Renault or whatever and the father said "not expensive enough my son"
    that's pretty much what I think of those leak there's is no reason why Nvidia would lower prices currently so they won't, in the car world prices go up every year and have become completely ridiculous...and they still sell...an audi that was 50k is now 100k a ferrari that was 250k is now 1mio etc...
     
  2. Mineria

    Mineria Ancient Guru

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    The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 would be around $400 with performance that would be comparable to a GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER, while the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti could be about $500 with performance around that of the GeForce RTX 2080.

    Hilbert, that makes no sense, does the original article state it that way? Cause if so the RTX 3070 outperforms the RTX 3070 Ti which most probably is wrong
     
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  3. KissSh0t

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    I predict the RTX 3070 Ti will be over 3000 dollars
     
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    So only 2/3 of a kidney?! :D

    More seriously, I guess you are right.
     

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    Last time checked people were selling their kidneys since the 980Ti came out. And coming with 2, either they grow back on them or harvest them like some countries do............. :rolleyes:
     
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    To be honest, I only was made aware of organ trafficing and trading for GPUs since the 2080TI. I guess that magical transition from 3 digit numbers to 4 digit numbers did that... I wonder who needs all those kidneys?! :D
     
  7. sbacchetta

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    The problem with PC gaming right now is this whole PCMR BS we have, basically most PC gamers today are hoping that PC parts price will go down with the release of "powerful" "~cheap~" NG console but at the same time none of them will ever consider buying those console because they're for peasants, PCMR blabla..
    In the end Nvidia and all the Asus of the world know it too well, they will add a few buzz word to their marketing, add a few RGB, and BAAM magically the price of their latest and greatest is higher than last gen while giving you less improvement...

    I really miss the old days before all this over-marketing mess, before RGB everywhere, before gaming chair, before even steam, a time when most PC gamers knew what was "the Sorcerer place" or " no mutant allowed" and PC game where sold in those big cardboard box...
     
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  8. Kaarme

    Kaarme Ancient Guru

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    Even if you did have sources, you couldn't name them, unless you didn't care about what happens to them. If someone inside Nvidia (or any of these companies) leaks real info, they are sitting on a shaky chair. On the other hand, tech sites (relatively) easily repost these rumours because they have to judge between losing readers to competing sites and staying somewhat reliable. If you never post these so called leaks, it also means you'd miss the rare real ones. It also means the visitors can't so easily comment and speculate on the stuff anywhere.
     
  9. Kool64

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    If this is true it's not that bad since the current 2070S is north of $500 so give or take the same price. The big thing now is the pricing of the lower cards that's getting closer to the "enthusiast" price.
     
  10. Nicked_Wicked

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    Seems like absolute bollocks, the 3070 alone will most likely be at 2080 TI performance level. If not RDNA 2 cards will steamroll the mid-range and possibly even more.
     

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    The 8800 Ultra MSRPd for $830, $230 more than the 8800 non-ultra and was only like 5% faster.
     
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    If this is true, my 1080ti might not need to be replaced. Still need to spend $500 to have an equivalent performance to a $700 GPU from 2 generations ago? Whatever happened to mid range at $300-$400?
     
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  13. Denial

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    https://www.anandtech.com/show/2222
    In fact it was originally $1000 -

    https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/nvidia-geforce-8800-ultra-review,1.html

    @Hilbert Hagedoorn Throwback
    https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/evga-8800-ultra.223464/

    But you can definitely find lots of people paying $800+ for it when it launched in May throughout Julyish, shortly after that though the price dropped massively due to the 8800GT being $250 and only 10-15% slower.
     
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    I often buy compulsively. It's really not as hard to resist the pricing and diminishing returns anymore.

    RE: 8800GT 512mb - That was possibly the most epic GPU purchase I ever made. Mine cost $290 but it felt like a $700 performing card at the time.
     
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    Call me an optimist but I think prices and performance will be very reasonable with Ampere.
     

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    Not sure how I feel about the Ti name being used more freely, I have a feeling that the "3080Ti" won't be the equivalent performance wise to 980Ti/1080Ti/2080Ti, but that they will reserve that for a 3090Ti or maybe a 3080TiTi, that they will release at a later date. Man will I be pissed if I fall intro a trap like that... :oops:
     
  17. Gomez Addams

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    It's business. If people will buy them for that price there is no excuse needed. They only need an excuse when people do not buy them.
     
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    I don't think so but I wouldn't be surprised to see a 3080Ti at 2000.
     
  19. buhehe

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    Not to mention inflation... lots of people forget about it. $829 in 2007 is about $1025 today
     
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    that could put the 3080 at $599 or $699 with the TI variant (if there is one) at $799 or $899 and the 3090 and its TI variant at $999 and $1099
     

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