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Perhaps nVidia will follow suit.  But then again, no.



 

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3 hours ago, frieone said:

Mark that link takes you to a subscription site you have to pay money to read it

Use outline.com. But the article only says that AMD has caught up to Intel in performance and Intel had to lower their prices to match AMD.


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5 hours ago, ailchim said:

Perhaps nVidia will follow suit.  But then again, no.

Sort of.  the new rumored "Super" cards are coming mid July--ish says some sources.  Sounds like they'll have a RTX 2070 super and 2060 super , both with 8GB gddr6 mem

I am really considering the regular RTX 2060 but am not excited about the 6gb vram it currently has.  An 8 GB "super" version would be welcomed.

That or risk buying a used 1080 Ti or 1070 Ti for 300-500 bucks.

Oh, the point of my post is that they may be 100 bucks less than their current counterparts.


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At my local (Denver) Microcenter, the i9-9900K just dropped to $449, or $419 if you buy it together with a motherboard.

 


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On 6/25/2019 at 2:13 PM, ryanbatcund said:

Sort of.  the new rumored "Super" cards are coming mid July--ish says some sources.  Sounds like they'll have a RTX 2070 super and 2060 super , both with 8GB gddr6 mem

I am really considering the regular RTX 2060 but am not excited about the 6gb vram it currently has.  An 8 GB "super" version would be welcomed.

That or risk buying a used 1080 Ti or 1070 Ti for 300-500 bucks.

Oh, the point of my post is that they may be 100 bucks less than their current counterparts.

I'm sure by now you know about the release of the Super cards?


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