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$980 after rebate. Finally below 1000. Not bad.
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I'd bite on ther price but reviews are horrible on multiple sites.
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2080 Tis going on sale all over the place, 2080 Ti super incoming?
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2080 Tis going on sale all over the place, 2080 Ti super incoming?
supposedly no... https://www.techspot.com/news/815...lways.html

Some folk on Reddit think it's because the 2080 Titan was just released and Nvidia doesn't want something close to it's performance but at a smaller cost. I don't know much about GPU's though from a technical standpoint so I don't know how correct that is...
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2080 Tis going on sale all over the place, 2080 Ti super incoming?
Not a chance. Price will go down as manufacturing becomes more reliable.
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At this price I would still get a Evga product just because their warranty and CS is so good.
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+1 evga
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EVGA for $1000 cards or go home.
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$980 after rebate. Finally below 1000. Not bad.
Come on man. They are ripping us off. Everyone should stop buying this overpriced [in 3 years] junk so OEM can get to their senses with GPU prices.
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Come on man. They are ripping us off. Everyone should stop buying this overpriced [in 3 years] junk so OEM can get to their senses with GPU prices.
No kidding... $500 is already a lot of money for a GPU. Sure there's inflation, but nVidia's pricing on the 2000 series is simply gouging.
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supposedly no... https://www.techspot.com/news/815...lways.html

Some folk on Reddit think it's because the 2080 Titan was just released and Nvidia doesn't want something close to it's performance but at a smaller cost. I don't know much about GPU's though from a technical standpoint so I don't know how correct that is...
The $2500 Titan RTX released in Dec 2018 uses the same TU102 chip but with all cores unlocked, higher clock and more memory. It's only about 10% faster than a 2080 Ti. If they released a 2080 Ti Super, it would be about as fast, so it would have to cost at least $1500.
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Come on man. They are ripping us off. Everyone should stop buying this overpriced [in 3 years] junk so OEM can get to their senses with GPU prices.
It's not going to happen. It's like complaining about Ferrari's being too expensive. It's just not going to come down in price because there's a market for it.
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tax kills the deal
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I have the EVGA version of this, but 1080 Ti. Kind of tempted at this price for 30-50% gains, but can't justify it since I'm only playing FFXIV which doesn't require such a beefy GPU. When will the 2180 Ti be out? The gains from the 1080 Ti to 2080 Ti isn't much compared to 980 Ti to 1080 Ti, or even 780 Ti to 980 Ti. Nvidia getting too greedy for their own good, let's hope AMD fights back and put them in their place.
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