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    Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Top end RTX 3090 will have 24GB GDDR6X on 384-bit interface, and a 350W TDP.
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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Should be interesting to see the prices, I wouldn't be surprised to see around £1200, though I'd be willing to bet we'd see something close to £2000 the way prices are going.

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    I should imagine when those Ampere cards finally launch, the high end cards are going to be silly money. Certainly if the Turing launch was anything to go by.

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyDean68 View Post
    I should imagine when those Ampere cards finally launch, the high end cards are going to be silly money. Certainly if the Turing launch was anything to go by.
    If the 3090 Ti does exist, likely close to £2,500 as specs similar to the Titan RTX if anything to go by.

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Well removing the nvlink from the 'gaming' cards is one way to screw over non big business cad users (not to mention rule out sli).... they could make use of it to increase the memory (nvlink allowed shared memoy) for gpu rendering etc.

    Having said that I am curious on the price of the 3090, if it comes with 24GB of ram thats actually really good for 'me' in terms of gpu based CAD rendering...although there's no way on this planet I'd pay £1500+ for it

    Nvidia... if you want the 'home professionals' to use your quadro's take a leaf out of AMD's book and don't price gouge for essentially the same hardware as the geforce cards.

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Quote Originally Posted by alpha channel View Post
    Should be interesting to see the prices, I wouldn't be surprised to see around £1200, though I'd be willing to bet we'd see something close to £2000 the way prices are going.
    I feel like the info about how the cooler adds $150 to cost is a weird addition. It feels like nvidia trying to soften what will very likely be another disgusting price increase. 1080Ti to 2080Ti was a 30% increase in price, and now they will add another price increase to this gen, it makes it impossible to justify upgrading

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Couple of American based blogs/youtube channels saying 25% increase this time around whilst others are saying they'd be mad to do that but it changes almost daily
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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    I feel like the info about how the cooler adds $150 to cost is a weird addition. It feels like nvidia trying to soften what will very likely be another disgusting price increase. 1080Ti to 2080Ti was a 30% increase in price, and now they will add another price increase to this gen, it makes it impossible to justify upgrading
    Too right but there will always be people who have to have the latest GPU and have deep pockets. Lets hope AMD finally pull finger in the gpu department and give nvidia some competition

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    I feel like the info about how the cooler adds $150 to cost is a weird addition. It feels like nvidia trying to soften what will very likely be another disgusting price increase. 1080Ti to 2080Ti was a 30% increase in price, and now they will add another price increase to this gen, it makes it impossible to justify upgrading
    Also the fact it needs such cooling tells me it's probably consumes a ton of power. There are some more leaked details about the GPUs:
    https://www.igorslab.de/en/exclusive...-for-the-leak/



    My view is if they try another price increase,they will push the mainstream GPU tiers towards £400~£500. Unless Ampere is some huge performance jump for all tiers,they are in an Apple-like reality distortion sphere,especially since we are heading towards the worst global recession since the Depression in the 1930s. I am sure a lot of enthusiasts will still buy it,as you can still get cheap credid,but good for them. But I don't know anyone who has a GPU better than an RTX2070. Also next year things are probably not going to get better,if we don't have a V shaped recession.
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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    I think the titan had become too unobtainable as a halo model, *if* they're doing it as a 3090 this time it could be because they fear AMDs big Navi and want to have 'obtainable' competition for it, otherwise people might try and compare 3080ti to big Navi instead and there's a decent chance AMD would win.

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    I think the titan had become too unobtainable as a halo model, *if* they're doing it as a 3090 this time it could be because they fear AMDs big Navi and want to have 'obtainable' competition for it, otherwise people might try and compare 3080ti to big Navi instead and there's a decent chance AMD would win.
    I am more concerned about the mainstream market,ie,under £300~£400. These expensive halo parts,start pushing up the product stack quite a bit to fill the pricing gaps,and that is one of the reasons you have halo parts.


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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    I am more concerned about the mainstream market,ie,under £300~£400. These expensive halo parts,start pushing up the product stack quite a bit to fill the pricing gaps,and that is one of the reasons you have halo parts.
    Agreed, and it doesn't look like AMD are going to do anything too soon in that market so nVidia are getting an open goal to start with, letting them drop prices only as and if AMD get something good out.

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Agreed, and it doesn't look like AMD are going to do anything too soon in that market so nVidia are getting an open goal to start with, letting them drop prices only as and if AMD get something good out.
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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Agreed, and it doesn't look like AMD are going to do anything too soon in that market so nVidia are getting an open goal to start with, letting them drop prices only as and if AMD get something good out.
    While I'd like to think AMD will produce something competitive and would go disruptive on pricing like they have with ryzen/threadripper, causing a 'price war', there's nothing to say that AMD won't use the stupidly high prices nvidia charges to get more profit from their own cards... they are a business after all.

    They only need to price slightly lower at 'equal performance' points, essentially leaving the prices considerably higher than what we all think they should be, while still being the 'cheaper' option.

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    Re: Purported details of Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 launch shared

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    While I'd like to think AMD will produce something competitive and would go disruptive on pricing like they have with ryzen/threadripper, causing a 'price war', there's nothing to say that AMD won't use the stupidly high prices nvidia charges to get more profit from their own cards... they are a business after all.

    They only need to price slightly lower at 'equal performance' points, essentially leaving the prices considerably higher than what we all think they should be, while still being the 'cheaper' option.
    Apple tried increasing prices more and more,but it meant they started loosing sales after a few years. Funny how they now introduced a cheaper entry level model this year!


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