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The Black series is their low end tier which means no back plate, etc if that is of concern to you. But the ones with dual HDB fans are good. The single fan 2060s are LOUD.

The next higher card in the series XC ULTRA GAMING is available on EVGA as B-stock with one year warranty for $300 FS every Wednesday.

This card was $310 on Amazon in Feb for a short period like the EVGA 2060 super went on sale for $350. Amazon seems to do this at the introduction of EVGA cards.

I am noticing EVGA and Gigabyte are getting aggressive about discounting recently. This is a good trend.

I am happy to wait a bit more to see where it goes during these depressed economy.
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Entry level card that keeps increasing in cost
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if you plan to use it for things like ML, stick with 8 GB version.
there is a pretty big difference between the batch size you can use if you have 8G VRAM vs 6G, which save you a lot of computation time.
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if you plan to use it for things like ML, stick with 8 GB version.
there is a pretty big difference between the batch size you can use if you have 8G VRAM vs 6G, which save you a lot of computation time.
There is no 8gb version in RTX 2060. There are rumors that Nvidia may be removing the 6gb cap in a refresh of the 2060. You will need to get the more expensive RTX 2060 super with 8GB.
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Entry level card that keeps increasing in cost
Nvidia is going to have a bad year...
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I've seen newc evga 2070 cards as cheap as $370 and 2060 supers for 350. Both are probably much better value and a whole tier above this.
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Entry level card that keeps increasing in cost
How do you figure this is an entry level card? 1650, 1660 maybe, but not this.
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The Black series is their low end tier which means no back plate, etc if that is of concern to you. But the ones with dual HDB fans are good. The single fan 2060s are LOUD.

The next higher card in the series XC ULTRA GAMING is available on EVGA as B-stock with one year warranty for $300 FS every Wednesday.

This card was $310 on Amazon in Feb for a short period like the EVGA 2060 super went on sale for $350. Amazon seems to do this at the introduction of EVGA cards.

I am noticing EVGA and Gigabyte are getting aggressive about discounting recently. This is a good trend.

I am happy to wait a bit more to see where it goes during these depressed economy.
It's actually because an 8 GB version is coming out.
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It's actually because an 8 GB version is coming out.
Not.

First, the cuts are in several models from 1660s to 2070s and above to attribute it to rumors of a possible refresh.

Second, seeing discounts on Supers that already have 8GB.

Third, the price declines if it happens for a product refresh/intro, happens AFTER the refresh/intro and often after price discovery of the refresh. This is what happened with intro of Supers. Some SDers think items get discounted on furure vaporware product. That is more wishful thinking than reality.

Look at the job report today and this was for the period before the lock-downs started. The job loss has been 10 worse since then. This and the vaporized wealth effect from market bubble makes even employed people hold off on purchases which is how we get into recessions.

Right now I see companies trying to clear inventory for leaner times as the (increasingly) driving force.
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Nvidia is going to have a bad year...
I think the opposite. Everyone staying home means more people playing games etc. yes money will be a lot tighter for more people but those that still have jobs might upgrade their cards?
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I think the opposite. Everyone staying home means more people playing games etc. yes money will be a lot tighter for more people but those that still have jobs might upgrade their cards?
The statistics point to people having less money to spend on discretionary items. While we see q2 inflation creeping up, it will be counteracted with MORE people sliding into POVERTY... That points to a hard cyclical landing bleeding into q4 and beyond. BTW, free money pumped into the economy isn't really beneficial if inflation eats it's buying power.
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You guys think Rtx 2070 super be around $400 by summer?
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The statistics point to people having less money to spend on discretionary items. While we see q2 inflation creeping up, it will be counteracted with MORE people sliding into POVERTY... That points to a hard cyclical landing bleeding into q4 and beyond. BTW, free money pumped into the economy isn't really beneficial if inflation eats it's buying power.
Going by average numbers, you would be right. But that is misleading.

This is not going to hit all equally. It is not going to hit most of the white collar jobs who are continuing to get paid working remotely. This is the demographics that spends a lot on discretionary items. The people losing jobs and sliding into poverty will be mostly people living paycheck to paycheck before who weren't the core target segment for $300 video cards. They will be cutting down on non-discretionary items let alone spend on discretionary items.
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