Dec 9, 2018

Anybody interested in a nvidia 20xx series card drop?

Lately my old 1060 struggles with newer games on high resolution, so I came to the point where I'm thinking about getting a 2070/2080/2080ti. Which one is the fastest for the lowest price ?
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RTX has been a major disappointment so far. I would avoid paying even HALF as much for those cards like the plague. I was lucky to get a 1080 Ti when I did, because for now I wouldn't even bother until something new shows up.
2080ti is awful value right now. I'm usually willing to spend a little more to get the cutting edge, but in this case you probably want a 1080ti.
count me in
Completely underwhelmed by the 2000-series offerings tbh. I scored a decent deal on a refurbished 1080 Ti for Black Friday and it does everything I need it to at the moment (1080p TV). My next purchase will be a 4K G-Sync monitor and a 1440p 144hz+ monitor to take advantage of it even more.
I'd honestly wait for Navi or take a Vega/Gtx 1070ti/1080/1080ti, even a used one, remember that 1080 is equal to a 2070 and a 1080ti is equal to 2080, 2080ti is far too expensive and for sure has not a good value
dksito
Not to mention that taking advantage of the flagship technology that's been so adamantly advertised kills performance. Real time ray tracing does extremely little to aid visuals in a game while knocking fps performance below half, at least from benchmarks we've seen so far.
Jaytal
Real Time ray tracing is still a tech in development, of course I don't think that anybody should buy one of this cards for Ray tracing, I mean 1200 dollars or Euros for 1080p 60fps is just not worth