Don't forget statistically dubious graphs showing that they have 300% performance improvement over Turing and can do 5 quintillion gigarays.
I'd be worried if they didn't as then the prices of these will go up as everyone tries to get one who perhaps waited on AMD to show their hand.I’ve been waiting on these a while too, the 3070 is in line with what I’m expecting. However with both the PlayStation and Xbox firmly team AMD, and their new GPUs out in October, I’m interested to see if they manage to pull enough out the bag to cause a price war before ordering
Didn't we see this with the 1070 vs the 980Ti though, if memory serves? Actually, I can't remember what the 980Ti was when the 1000 series was released. Apologies.I'd be very dubious about those prices. Firstly the 3070 is likely to be up around 2080ti performance which would absolutely destroy the value of their existing lineup by bringing similar performance for under half the price.
If I can snag a used 2080ti for £400 I may rethink getting a 3000 card!If you own a 2080ti, now would be a good time to sell it. Looking at eBay you can still get about £800-£900 for it. Next month you'd be lucky to get even half that.
AMD are supposed to have a card that's in the region of 20-30% better than a 2080ti so it all depends on what price point they come in at. Unfortunately they're 2-3 months behind Nvidia and so the green team can charge what they want until RDNA 2 launches.In other news Nvidia share price hits new record highs (again), doubling since April. Once these are available for pre-orders it is likely to push things up more. It is looking very rosy for Nvidia right now, which is a good thing for gamers longer term, but they need to be pushed.