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    EVGA confirms Hydro Copper and Hybrid GeForce RTX 20 cards

    And a single fan EVGA GeForce RTX 20 blower card has been spotted too.
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    Re: EVGA confirms Hydro Copper and Hybrid GeForce RTX 20 cards

    If other consumer graphics cards are not expensive enough for you, now you know where to look, for now at least.

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    Re: EVGA confirms Hydro Copper and Hybrid GeForce RTX 20 cards

    If you want to play games and need to splash cash to do it, try monopoly.

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    Re: EVGA confirms Hydro Copper and Hybrid GeForce RTX 20 cards

    You know seeing things like this, and knowing how excessively high priced they are going to be, you start to understand why PC sales are dropping while things like mobile phones and tablets are increasing.... Now admittedly CPU's haven't really moved on (thanks intel) until recently (thanks AMD) but people just aren't going to upgrade when the price of a 'high end pc' is getting close to the price of car that's a few years old...

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    Re: EVGA confirms Hydro Copper and Hybrid GeForce RTX 20 cards

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    You know seeing things like this, and knowing how excessively high priced they are going to be, you start to understand why PC sales are dropping while things like mobile phones and tablets are increasing....
    Would be a fine statement.. if only gaming PC sales weren't increasing, rather than dropping, hitting an all time high in 2017 and predicted to increase a further 6% through to 2019.

    https://www.bit-tech.net/news/gaming...rket-growth/1/

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    Re: EVGA confirms Hydro Copper and Hybrid GeForce RTX 20 cards

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Would be a fine statement.. if only gaming PC sales weren't increasing, rather than dropping, hitting an all time high in 2017 and predicted to increase a further 6% through to 2019.

    https://www.bit-tech.net/news/gaming...rket-growth/1/
    That can easily be attributed to increased prices not necessarily increased number of people buying stuff because that's a monetary value increase. You only have to look at the markup on gpu's due to crypto-mining, not to mention crypto-miners buying GPU's that could have skewed things quite heavily during that period. If it was a percentage based off of units sold I'd more inclined to change my original statement. That article was also written in 2017 BEFORE the crypto-miners moved on to using something other than gpu's.

    There are also links to more recent articles showing that pc shipments have gone down again on that very page....

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    Re: EVGA confirms Hydro Copper and Hybrid GeForce RTX 20 cards

    I don't really think PC sales or new games are going to have a massive impact on the sales of these devices. It's more to do with disposable income, if people want to piss north of £500 up the wall on something that'll be obsolete in 2-4 years, then they will. I'm not one of those people.

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    Re: EVGA confirms Hydro Copper and Hybrid GeForce RTX 20 cards

    Any idea on when these will be up for order?

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