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price is good. but the review scared me and newegg start charging sales tax.
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Reviews are bad. To many dead cards
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man, it's hard to call these good prices with that fluke 2070 Amp Extreme at 339$ from Zotac... but, yeah, i'm sure that was a mistake or something and we won't see those for a while again.
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man, it's hard to call these good prices with that fluke 2070 Amp Extreme at 339$ from Zotac... but, yeah, i'm sure that was a mistake or something and we won't see those for a while again.
What is crazy to me is that we are regarding that Zotac 2070 price-mistake "a fluke". I'd say that's only ~$50 lower than what this tier of graphics cards should be going for!

I mean, if we look at the price history of this same card tier released in 2014, the GTX 970...it launched at $329 reference, with OEM versions flunctuating between ~330 and ~400 only a few months after release.

I'm definitely sad that the pricing seems so inflated for this lineup...I'm not sure that it's justified (though I'm no expert on all the cost factors that are identified as the reason for this card's sale price).

Not a verified source, but provides an idea of the GTX 970's price history from my experience: https://www.mysteryblock.com/wp-c...-chart.png
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This card has half the processing power of a vanilla 2080 and not much more than a 2060. Might as well get a 2060 and save some dough. Or do what I did and get a 1660 Ti for even less than a 2060 -- who needs ray tracing yet, really anyway? Even better, hold off until later in the year when AMD comes out with some cards and puts price pressure on Nvidia.
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Beware the bad reviews. The majority of these are DOA or fail within a few weeks. But that's not even the worst of it. YOU have to pay for shipping in the RMA process.
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1660 ti or 2060, not this.
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Beware the bad reviews. The majority of these are DOA or fail within a few weeks. But that's not even the worst of it. YOU have to pay for shipping in the RMA process.
this is asus specific issue or the chip itself?
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What is crazy to me is that we are regarding that Zotac 2070 price-mistake "a fluke". I'd say that's only ~$50 lower than what this tier of graphics cards should be going for!

I mean, if we look at the price history of this same card tier released in 2014, the GTX 970...it launched at $329 reference, with OEM versions flunctuating between ~330 and ~400 only a few months after release.

I'm definitely sad that the pricing seems so inflated for this lineup...I'm not sure that it's justified (though I'm no expert on all the cost factors that are identified as the reason for this card's sale price).

Not a verified source, but provides an idea of the GTX 970's price history from my experience: https://www.mysteryblock.com/wp-c...-chart.png
Going by the amount of silicon: GTX 970 was 400 mm^2, RTX 2070 is 445 mm^2. Historically, GPU prices have been strongly correlated with die size. So yeah, pretty big markup.
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Price no longer accurate. Now $555, $55 off with discount code, $30 MIR = $470.
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thank you for posting! repped
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This card has half the processing power of a vanilla 2080 and not much more than a 2060. Might as well get a 2060 and save some dough. Or do what I did and get a 1660 Ti for even less than a 2060 -- who needs ray tracing yet, really anyway? Even better, hold off until later in the year when AMD comes out with some cards and puts price pressure on Nvidia.
15% better is worth 120$ imo
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