[SOLVED] RTX 3060TI or RTX 2070

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Right now i can buy RTX 2070 for 425 euros ( It's very low price in my country) , but there will be RTX 3060TI in december. Wait or buy RTX 2070 right now? I don't know what to choose, because of the paper launches of RTX 3070, RTX 3080, RTX 3090 and there's a big chance that RTX 3060TI price will be bigger than msrp for 100-200 euros.
 
The 3060 Ti is rumored to launch soon, and probably either at 400$ or 350$.
We don't know if it will launch in december, but I personally think it will.

The 3060 Ti, if it follows the trend of the other 30 products, will be probably between the 2080 and 2080 super.
which is a bit faster than the 2070 super, but not a whole lot.

If stock is "fine", and the MSRP the actual price, I think the 3060 Ti is the one to get.

The 3060Ti will use different silicon, unlike the 3090, 3080 and 3070 that all use the same die, and practically come from the same wafer, and just are divided by binning, where the worse one goes for the 3070, the good one goes for 3080 and the best goes for 3090.
Meaning it might have a better chance of being in stock.

EDIT:
Sorry for my mistake, the 3070 (GA104) is actually different silicon from the 3080 and 3090 (GA102)
The 3060 Ti then will probably use GA104 too.
 
The 3060 Ti is rumored to launch soon, and probably either at 400$ or 350$.
We don't know if it will launch in december, but I personally think it will.

The 3060 Ti, if it follows the trend of the other 30 products, will be probably between the 2080 and 2080 super.
which is a bit faster than the 2070 super, but not a whole lot.

If stock is "fine", and the MSRP the actual price, I think the 3060 Ti is the one to get.

The 3060Ti will use different silicon, unlike the 3090, 3080 and 3070 that all use the same die, and practically come from the same wafer, and just are divided by binning, where the worse one goes for the 3070, the good one goes for 3080 and the best goes for 3090.
Meaning it might have a better chance of being in stock.

EDIT:
Sorry for my mistake, the 3070 (GA104) is actually different silicon from the 3080 and 3090 (GA102)
The 3060 Ti then will probably use GA104 too.
 
Aug 9, 2020
16
1
15
0
The 3060 Ti is rumored to launch soon, and probably either at 400$ or 350$.
We don't know if it will launch in december, but I personally think it will.

The 3060 Ti, if it follows the trend of the other 30 products, will be probably between the 2080 and 2080 super.
which is a bit faster than the 2070 super, but not a whole lot.

If stock is "fine", and the MSRP the actual price, I think the 3060 Ti is the one to get.

The 3060Ti will use different silicon, unlike the 3090, 3080 and 3070 that all use the same die, and practically come from the same wafer, and just are divided by binning, where the worse one goes for the 3070, the good one goes for 3080 and the best goes for 3090.
Meaning it might have a better chance of being in stock.

EDIT:
Sorry for my mistake, the 3070 (GA104) is actually different silicon from the 3080 and 3090 (GA102)
The 3060 Ti then will probably use GA104 too.
Thanks, now i know what to do. I will wait for RTX 3060TI.
 

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