Ludante wrote: JimboCrow wrote:
Ludante wrote:Hi JimboCrow. So far from what I have observed in-game.
Hi Ludante! Those are very solid results bro! I'll bet it looks great! It certainly makes playing the game better doesn't it!?
Well, you've got me beat, I'm only getting around 70 FPS avg. on TGT!
I really wish I had bought a G-sync monitor! Mine is Free sync too!!
I might have to try to trade my 1070 in for a Vega!
Thanks for posting this buddy! Very much appreciated! Jimbo
If GTX 2080 comes out there will be a drop of prices for all cards including Vega, I got mine -38% discount in local store.
nvidia are dripp feeding the new 2000 range. 2080 is barely faster than a 1080ti.there literally exactly the same with the 1080ti often being as quicker or quicker in some games. as nvidia drivers give a little boost to the 2080 it will slowly get a slighlty bigger gap in performance.though the remaining stock of 1080tis are available at £580 -£600 vs £800- £850. this is why the new cards are being drip fed to keep the prices high. the 10 series are EOL products. so they either get sent back to nvidia from companies that sell them and then get brought up or sold buy bigger companies in sales. then they gone. so once these 1080tis are off loaded they are done. they wont drop below £550.
the vega price reduction was because they simply dont sell.they were priced to high to start with and have been too high all along. they reasonable performance just not worth the price they are even on offer. thats why nvidia has a clean sweep of the market gpu wise and can charge whatever they want.
the new pricing is based on old mining prices but mining is basically pointless at moment. so that wont help keeping prices high. so nvidia will just limit supply of the cards.keeping demand and prices high. until its time to drop the price.
10 series cards at moment are at really attractive prices. unless you playing at 4k there is no real point in having 2000 series cards unless you use them for work.