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RTX 3070 is Supposed to be $499 and be almost twice as fast as a RTX 2080TI.  Guess we will have to wait and see how much the actual prices will be after they are inflated by resellers.

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On 9/2/2020 at 11:15 PM, MtDeW said:

wow what a beast of a dell! with Intel HD Graphics 4600 you will never need to upgrade it!

I have to keep the resolution down to 1024 x 768 from 1920 x 1080 or my COD runs in slow motion. lol

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On 9/3/2020 at 2:42 AM, J3st3r said:

RTX 3070 is Supposed to be $499 and be almost twice as fast as a RTX 2080TI.  Guess we will have to wait and see how much the actual prices will be after they are inflated by resellers.

If this ends up being true . its going to piss me off. it makes my 2080ti worthless. 

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On 9/3/2020 at 9:42 AM, J3st3r said:

RTX 3070 is Supposed to be $499 and be almost twice as fast as a RTX 2080TI.  Guess we will have to wait and see how much the actual prices will be after they are inflated by resellers.

No ! the 3080 supposed to be twice as fast as a2080ti .

 

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11 hours ago, Billymilano said:

No ! the 3080 supposed to be twice as fast as a2080ti .

 

Actually by the specs the 3070 is 70%-80% + faster than the 2080ti in every way except for memory speed. The GDDR6 in the 2080ti is the same as what is in the 3070.

2080ti and 3070 have GDDR6 = 672-768 GB/s 

The 3080 and 3090 have the much faster GDDR6x @ 912-1080 GB/s  

 

RTX 2080 Ti has 4352 CUDA cores and 1st Gen tensor and RT cores.

RTX 3070 has 5888 CUDA cores and 1.7x faster 2nd Gen tensor and RT cores. <=====  This is where most of it's noticeable IRL performance is.

 

2080 TI is also limited to running on the slower PCIe Gen 3 motherboards @ 16gb/s in a x16 slot.

3070-3090 is running on the new (and twice as fast) PCIe Gen 4 motherboards @ 32gb/s in a x16 slot. 

 

PCIe Gen 3 and PCIe gen 4 cards are 100% backwards compatible but Gen 4 can handle literally 2 times the bandwidth.

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Just looked on Craigslist and facebook marketplace and there are A SHIT PILE of used 2080 ti's on there now. I'm not paying $400-$450 for a used 2080 Ti with no warranty when the better 3070 is supposed to be $499 with 3-5 year warranty. 

 

I do need to get a new card though since I recently upgraded to 3rd gen Ryzen with a PCIe Gen 4 compatible motherboard. I'm running a RX480 4g card. Still works in all games but occasionally I get some really nasty Vram related artifacting. Doesn't happen much since I under-clocked the Vram by 200mhz in MSI Afterburner. Occasionally it will still do it when I start my PC. Restart it and it's usually good to go. This card was used for Bitcoin Mining. I bought it for $80 with Free shipping and replaced the dried up thermal compound on it and It has been a really good card. It's quiet and runs cool and still gets decent FPS. 

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It makes sense in your case @J3st3r (I can’t believe I’m typing that) especially with the new Ryzen and MOBO but I don’t understand folks wanting to upgrade 2080’s. 
 

I can’t stand it!!  FU @J3st3r FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU!

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On 9/10/2020 at 6:17 AM, FUNky said:

It makes sense in your case @J3st3r (I can’t believe I’m typing that) especially with the new Ryzen and MOBO but I don’t understand folks wanting to upgrade 2080’s. 
 

I can’t stand it!!  FU @J3st3r FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU FU!

Because i can. Thats the reason for a upgrade. ??

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5 hours ago, Evil-Monkey said:

Because i can. Thats the reason for a upgrade. ??

Being able to is fine but for most of these folks it won’t make a bit of difference unless they also upgrade mobo, cpu, ram, psu etc etc etc.  That’s my point. 

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