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  • creative
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    Sounds like a naming scheme from the movie Idiocracy, "But RTX has electrolytes!" I'm sure the next line will be "RTX Nitro, The Shader Mutilator, and comes with a LED Kumacho body slam scrolling marque.".
    Last edited by creative; 07-03-2019, 11:32 PM.

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  • abu_shawarib
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    Originally posted by msotirov
    Just shows how much of scumbag company this is. They not only don't care about other companies and potential customers, they even disrespect their own fanboys who rushed to buy 2070/2080 half a year ago.
    These chips are possible to make because of better yields and pinning, pretty sure that wouldn't have been able to make them in volume at the time of the 20 series launch. Although I'm still salty with the initial 20 series pricing was a bit high and wish it was priced according to what NVIDIA pulling up right now.

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  • bug77
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    Originally posted by hax0r View Post
    Why is leather jacket man still using 14nm FinFET process in GeForce lineup? It is 2019, 7nm is the standard.
    Because 7nm is not the standard.
    AMD's Navi is half the size of Turing, but it costs just as much because it's made on 7nm. That's the price premium 7nm commands.

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  • starshipeleven
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    Originally posted by hax0r View Post
    Why is leather jacket man still using 14nm FinFET process in GeForce lineup? It is 2019, 7nm is the standard.
    Because leather jacket asian guy can still sell them I guess.

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  • starshipeleven
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    Originally posted by mbar View Post

    Cassette makers had plenty of those back then, noone complained.
    *on the internet

    (because there was no internet)

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  • mbar
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    Originally posted by tildearrow View Post
    "Super"... Are they running out of marketing buzzwords?
    Cassette makers had plenty of those back then, noone complained.

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  • hax0r
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    Why is leather jacket man still using 14nm FinFET process in GeForce lineup? It is 2019, 7nm is the standard.

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  • Teggs
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    Originally posted by DanL View Post

    GTX 2065. Or is that too obvious and easy for marketing drones?
    Next spring, look out for the CyberForce RTX 2077.

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  • iwantlinuxgames
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    Just wait til they launch the RTX $MODEL Ultra.....least then it'll pair nicely with my Asrock Ultra Quad M.2 pcie NVMe HBA....

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  • DanL
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    Originally posted by cl333r View Post
    Better name: GeForce RTX 2060 PART DEUX
    GTX 2065. Or is that too obvious and easy for marketing drones?

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