Nvidia RTX Super reviews

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#1 Edited by urbangamez (3491 posts) -

The super 2070 is 10% faster than the 2070 and the new super 2060 with 8GB vram is approx 12% than the 2060. the msrp are $500 for the former and $400 for the latter.

techpowerup 2070 super and 2060 super review

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#2 Edited by BassMan (10387 posts) -

2070 Super is good as it stays around the same price as the regular 2070 and the performance boost is decent. 2060 Super got a significant bump in price. So, not so great for people looking for a cheap card.

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#3 Edited by Yams1980 (3513 posts) -

wonder why they just didn't call them ti? or maybe they are phasing the "ti" out because Super makes more sense to the common folk. I guess its cause they are stopping making the regular versions maybe? It'd be nice if they made a 2080 super.

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#4 Edited by DaVillain- (36927 posts) -

These "Super" GPU are the cards that should've been out. But Nvidia pushed it earlier to rush and destroyed Radeon. Now they're doing the same thing again all because Navi is out. AMD dropped the ball with Navi and AMD should have seen that Nvidia had something easily available to counter it.

I'm not all that salty because I bought RTX 2070 2 months ago and I already overclocked it so the boost I gain is satisfying. All I really want is 3900X assuming the benchmark leaks are to believe matching i9 9900K.

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#5 Posted by mastershake575 (8551 posts) -

@BassMan said:

2070 Super is good as it stays around the same price as the regular 2070 and the performance boost is decent.

Big fan of the 2070. Review listed it as only 7% slower than 2080 while costing $200-250 less.

I like how AMD will deliever just enough pressure to where the 2070 should stay near MSRP

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#6 Posted by rmpumper (653 posts) -

@BassMan said:

2070 Super is good as it stays around the same price as the regular 2070 and the performance boost is decent. 2060 Super got a significant bump in price. So, not so great for people looking for a cheap card.

In theory the 2070 Super should be cheaper than the regular ones, as the FE is at the same $499 MSRP (vs. $599 for the regular 2070), so the manufacturers will not have the excuse to inflate prices on their aftermarket cards.