Thats early pricing so not accurate, and pretty stupid with the 2060 at $350. That being said, if they can kick this thing off between 250 and 280, it shouldn't be a terrible deal, at least until navi launches.
Thats early pricing so not accurate, and pretty stupid with the 2060 at $350. That being said, if they can kick this thing off betweek 250 and 280, it shouldn't be a terrible deal, at least until navi launches.
In addition, that's pricing in another country, along with whatever taxes, tariffs, or whatever get added, and converted to US Dollars.
That doesn't mean it sells for the same price in the US. That would be completely insane - less performance than the RTX 2060 for more money?
The card has fewer cores than the RTX 2060 so it cant be as fast as the 1070. The price is a major issue give the faster 1070 is going for as low as $299. Not only is the 1070 faster, 2GB more GDDR5, but the 1070 offers up SLI. A good price for the 1660ti would be $249.
So no Tensor Cores and RT Cores and 6GB of RAM and $406.11 to $412.09. Yeah Nvidia must be letting the Editor of the "Just buy it" article on Tom's make their decisions as well. Just a big FAIL if this is correct. Looking for something with improved performance over my GTX 970 in the $230 to $280 price range. This model if it stays as is isn't an option for me. I guess I"ll be waiting on AMD & Intel like most people sick of the Nvidia lies, hype train and their way over priced GPUs.
Ofcourse older generation cards can be bought with better price / power ration. It has always been so. The interesting question is when there Are not old 1070 around anymore, where the price of each 11xx and 20xx cards stabilize. Navi will compete with 11xx series and ma6be some esteen with 2060 series. A lot depends on Navi prising later in the autumn!