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    Inno3D GeForce RTX 2070 Super Twin X2 OC

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    Re: Inno3D GeForce RTX 2070 Super Twin X2 OC

    *Yawn* Nvidia strip mining their own Partner market.

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    Re: Inno3D GeForce RTX 2070 Super Twin X2 OC

    A bit inconvinient to not have the 2070 Super FE on the lists, especially given the comment on the first page; "The review card retails for £510, making it one of the cheaper RTX 2070 Supers on the market, though the FE's £475 asking fee remains a large stumbling block for any partner looking to retail a base card with their own cooling twist".

    Agree with the conclusion. A pretty pointless card, given the FE unless you want a worse warranty service or different look.

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    Re: Inno3D GeForce RTX 2070 Super Twin X2 OC

    Is there even a point if you want the FE? AMD and the state of ray tracing are making this card look a little silly, surely?

    Myself, if I wanted RT, I'd not buy the current crop of cards. I'd wait for the tech to mature as at the moment I'd be compromising other image quality settings for RT which I'd want for the best visuals possible. Therefore logically, unless I can afford to spend over a grand on a GPU, I'd be saying let's get a stop gap to see me through whilst RT sorts itself out both in terms of game support and hardware optimisation.

    That means the AMD cards are very good value as I can get a card that'll bne fine for while yet, save a wad of cash to put towards my next RT capable card and probably be able to sell the AMD card on as well if I do it whilst it's still relevant.

    You may even find that you stick with the AMD card as RT gets done in software quite happily in the future, who knows?

    I'm really, really struggling to find a way to justify any of the mid-high end Nvidia cards.

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    Re: Inno3D GeForce RTX 2070 Super Twin X2 OC

    The only reason I'm getting the 2070 Super is because my 1060 6GB and when I wanted to upgrade the mining craze was happening.

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