[SOLVED] NVIDIA just removed the RTX 2080 TI from their website...

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I just purchased the RTX 2080 TI ROG strix overclocked card from Newegg, and today I went back to the RTX 2080 TI page of Nvidia’s website, and I can’t find it there anymore. Why is this? Does Nvidia not want to sell the card anymore or something?
 
rgd1101 I believe what he's referring to is that on Nvidia's store page, in addition to the founders edition cards, also list AIB (All In Board) partner cards as well. When you click the link to one of the AIB partners, you are referring to potential online stores to purchase them e.g. Amazon, NewEgg, Walmart, B&H, etc. Sounds like Nvidia removed the listing for that specific Asus ROG 2080 Ti.
 

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rog line depends on the asus manufacturer, not on nvidia

if nvidia is near to release a 2080ti super or something like that, or a 3080 soon, the website might reflect such change, so they update the page, but it does not mean your gpu will stop working or you made a bad purchase, your support comes from asus who build the card and nvidia who makes new drivers for it to be used on windows 10

you don't need the page from nvidia, at all
 
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so it not listed on nvidia store? what is that got to do with newegg or amazon?
or not available at the moment or they plan to release the super or the 2080 series soon, i don't expect the 3080 soon, but super is a constant rumor

it has happened in the past, so nothing new, patience to see what is the surprise, perhaps is just a black friday related change
 
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rgd1101 I believe what he's referring to is that on Nvidia's store page, in addition to the founders edition cards, also list AIB (All In Board) partner cards as well. When you click the link to one of the AIB partners, you are referring to potential online stores to purchase them e.g. Amazon, NewEgg, Walmart, B&H, etc. Sounds like Nvidia removed the listing for that specific Asus ROG 2080 Ti.
Yes that is what I am referring too, and I was wondering why they would remove the listing for it.
 
Cubed Candy Looks like you may have been onto something. In twenty minutes, 8 pm EST, YouTuber Tech Deals is going to discuss the RTX 2080 Ti Super. Based on the subject of the stream, my guess is that Asus removed the listing because of the pending release, just like atljsf theorized.

Tech Deals: B450 & Z490 Launch? — RTX 2080 TI Super — R9 3950X — Google Stadia — Disney+ — RTS 11-20-2019
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnAyQlAkHwI
 
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Cubed Candy Looks like you may have been onto something. In twenty minutes, 8 pm EST, YouTuber Tech Deals is going to discuss the RTX 2080 Ti Super. Based on the subject of the stream, my guess is that Asus removed the listing because of the pending release, just like atljsf theorized.

Tech Deals: B450 & Z490 Launch? — RTX 2080 TI Super — R9 3950X — Google Stadia — Disney+ — RTS 11-20-2019
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnAyQlAkHwI
Interesting, but this doesn’t mean that the RTX 2080 TI ROG Strix has been discontinued, right? Or does it?
 

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I dont see the point so what the card was removed from nvidia website but just nvidia website what is the point?
You can buy it from literally anywhere else so what is the issue? Besides your card isn't just suddenly gonna stop working cause you can't buy it off of nvidias website anymore. lol
 

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