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I'm in the market for a new video card.  I'm either thinking RTX 2060 Super or 2070.  Anyone else in the same boat?


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Get the 2070... every cycle there are happy xx70 users and frustrated xx60 users.. It really is that simple.

(signed, happy 1070 user..)


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If the 2070 Super is to come in at the same price point as the current 2070 (as is rumored) why not wait for that?


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Depends on your budget. The 2070 Super is obviously the better card but it looks like the 2060 Super offers a lot of bang-for-your-buck for $100 less: https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/geforce-rtx-2060-and-2070-super-review,1.html


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Well, the 2070 Super is the same perf or a fraction less than a 1080Ti so its a good deal if you want the DLSS and Ray Tracing as well.

If used is an option and DLSS and RT are not a concern, a 1080 Ti might be had on the cheap with the release of these new cards.

I went this way a few months back and got a friends barely used Titan Xp Star Wars Edition. Very happy with the price and the performance. It looks nice too 🙂

When the NDA is lifted it will be interesting to see the data on the 2080 Super as well.........

 


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