Baykko, 04 Jul 2019I know you are complaining but your time frames, they sound pretty reasonable to me. With how ... moreThats exact.
I bought Asus laptop 4 years ago in 2015 in april for 1022 euros just for gaming with 4GB graphic card 8GB ram and I5 CPU which was impresive at that time.
When i run for example GTA5 at full details game laggs a bit.
Bit for me but for a real gamers it will be a lot.
So to have complete smooth game i have set up everything for like 80%.
For example dark souls series 2 works pretty well even on maximum possible details.
Same for game like diablo 3 or starcraft 2.
my old laptop lasted 6 years and died it was HP for 987 euros.
Hope this asus will last longer.
CptPower, 04 Jul 2019Well the graphic is amazing whats worse is 400 bucks for just graphicc card which gets old in... moreI know you are complaining but your time frames, they sound pretty reasonable to me. With how fast technology advances upgrading or getting a new desktop every 5 years sounds totally right.
Well the graphic is amazing whats worse is 400 bucks for just graphicc card which gets old in 2-3 years barrely runnig any top game of that era at highest possible details.
And the whole computer would cost like 4000 bucks and will lasts maybe 4-8 years before its dies.
At this performance and this prices, its actually normal.
It finally gives people with a GTX 970/980/Ti a compelling reason to upgrade to the RTX 2060S/2070S/2080S. And this is what should have already happened a year ago upon release.
One can't help put the two-and-two together, and realise this is a dirty marketing tactic to steal the wind from under wings of the impeding release of AMD's next-gen GPU's (RX 5700). This makes Nvidia slightly better value, and forces AMD to drop prices before they've even released the cards.
All in all, I hope it doesn't affect AMD too negatively. They need the money and profits, so that they can fix the GCN/RDNA architecture so that they can better compete against Nvidia's superior Maxwell architecture (let alone Pascal and Turing). We need all the positive competition and innovation we can get in the stagnating market. And once that's done, maybe we can see Zen2 / Ryzen-3000 CPU's get mixed in with Rdna2 / Navi-3000 GPU's... into something great for the masses (tablets, laptops, mini boxes, cheaper desktops). Who knows, it might even pop-up in the Nintendo Switch 2.
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019With intel's new gen 11 graphics, dGPU-s are dead to me. Literally no need.they may be dead to you but not for people who need even more graphics power
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019Super 2060 looks pretty entry level to me!Do you know that a lot of people earn 200$ per month?
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019Super 2060 looks pretty entry level to me!Obviously these are mid-high range cards !!!!! some people should think before they comment.
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019Super stupid. Where are entry level cards?These are mid-high range cards you idiot , if you want cheaper there are many others in the Nvidia range,
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019Super 2060 looks pretty entry level to me!Plz tell me that you are joking
With intel's new gen 11 graphics, dGPU-s are dead to me. Literally no need.
Ahlan, 02 Jul 2019$400 for a entry level card? your joking right?it's not entry level, GTX1660ti is entry level.
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019Super 2060 looks pretty entry level to me!$400 for a entry level card? your joking right?
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019Super stupid. Where are entry level cards?Super 2060 looks pretty entry level to me!
RTX, 02 Jul 2019I'm the only one who feels that 2060 (+2gb vram) and 2080 (speed) are the only ones that have ... moreIt's not mentioned in the article because it wasn't in the initial press release NVIDIA sent us but the 2070 SUPER is using the TU104 GPU used in the 2080 and not the TU106 used in the 2070, so the 2070 SUPER is essentially the 2080.
I'm not so sure about the gtx 2060 super starting at $400 .. the normal gtx 2060 cost around $350 so .. yeah. not getting cheaper or anything.
it all comes down to benchmarks and real life performance I'm holding off till the AMD stuff hit the market.
I'm the only one who feels that 2060 (+2gb vram) and 2080 (speed) are the only ones that have any change and the 2070 is just OC card with higher clock speed?
Wow. So the cards are faster than previous generation ? Amazing. But wouldnt it also have been weird if they were not.
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019Super stupid. Where are entry level cards?The gtx 16XX line from few months ago.