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MSI NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2070 SUPER VENTUS OC Graphics Card 8GB GDDR6 1785MHz 3x DisplayPort HDMI Dual Fan Cooling System £480 Amazon.co.uk

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Posted 8th Jun

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Amazon Prime deal probably cheapest RTX 2070 on the market right now. Preorder starts from today. They gave me free amazon prime so you may have this as well.


The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER is powered by the award-winning NVIDIA Turing architecture and has a superfast GPU with more cores and faster clocks to unleash your creative productivity and gaming dominance. It’s time to gear up and get super powers. NVIDIA Turing—the world’s most advanced GPU architecture—fuses next-generation shaders with real-time ray tracing and all-new AI capabilities. This new hybrid graphics capability represents the biggest generational leap ever in gaming GPUs, delivering up to 6X more performance than previous 10 Series NVIDIA Pascal GPUs.


  • Boost Clock / Memory Speed : up to 1785 MHz / 14 Gbps / 8 GB GDDR6
  • TORX Fan 2.0 with Double Ball Bearings; dispersion fan blade : steep curved blade accelerating the airflow
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC and HDR : get smooth, tear-free gameplay at refresh rates up to 240 Hz, plus HDR, and more
  • GeForce RTX VR : by combining advanced VR rendering, real-time ray tracing, and AI, GeForce RTX will take VR to a new level of realism
  • DisplayPort x 3 / HDMI x 1
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would this be a big difference to a RX 580 ?
Same price in PC world might get a collect from there.
Guys is the price good? Or is it gone drop more lol
Is it worth upgrading from 1660 ti gaming x to this?
Riza_Thayanithy08/06/2020 09:57

Same price in PC world might get a collect from there.Guys is the price …Same price in PC world might get a collect from there.Guys is the price good? Or is it gone drop more lol


I think it might. New ones are out around the time as cyberpunk
Are these any good? Wanting to upgrade my 1050Ti to something more suited to my i7-9700k
Riza_Thayanithy08/06/2020 09:57

Same price in PC world might get a collect from there.Guys is the price …Same price in PC world might get a collect from there.Guys is the price good? Or is it gone drop more lol


Probably dropping in the next 2-4 months when the new generation of Nvidea cards is released
Riza_Thayanithy08/06/2020 09:57

Same price in PC world might get a collect from there.Guys is the price …Same price in PC world might get a collect from there.Guys is the price good? Or is it gone drop more lol



Trying to predict prices of computer parts at the minute is like trying to predict lottery numbers...In what time frame? Of course they will eventually drop in price as newer cards are released. As far as current prices go, this is OK. You can buy the founders edition direct from Nvidia for £495. Is this realistically worth £480 for what you're getting? No...
Alex545408/06/2020 10:03

Is it worth upgrading from 1660 ti gaming x to this?


Not really, particularly at this time
You can get a card that performs 6-9% slower ( on average) for £50-£120 cheaper depending on model.


The new top end Nvidia and AMD cards are imminent ’soon’ with expected huge improvements over this generation. So would really hold off until they are announced and we know where the current line up sits in terms of price/ performance in comparison.
Edited by: "Letstu" 8th Jun
Nobody is completely sure we will get a RTX30x0 this year. It was over 2 years between the GTX10x0 and the RTX20x0 and the Super releases last year might have reset the clock. It seems very likely given new games consoles are coming out Nvidia will want to release more powerful cards to market; but until AMD shows their cards with Big Navi the current crop of RTX cards is still leading the benchmarks at the higher end.
Letstu08/06/2020 10:16

You can get a card that performs 6-9% slower ( on average) for £50-£120 c …You can get a card that performs 6-9% slower ( on average) for £50-£120 cheaper depending on model. [Video] The new top end Nvidia and AMD cards are imminent ’soon’ with expected huge improvements over this generation. So would really hold off until they are announced and we know where the current line up sits in terms of price/ performance in comparison.


Except the AMD drivers are consistently not very good compared to Nvidia.

AMD has improved them a lot recently but they still cause people problems.
Letstu08/06/2020 10:16

You can get a card that performs 6-9% slower ( on average) for £50-£120 c …You can get a card that performs 6-9% slower ( on average) for £50-£120 cheaper depending on model. [Video] The new top end Nvidia and AMD cards are imminent ’soon’ with expected huge improvements over this generation. So would really hold off until they are announced and we know where the current line up sits in terms of price/ performance in comparison.


i do know about that but the radeon have issues with stability and nvidia have better support. but they are working on it hard. and if you dont mind this radeon is a perfect card.
Same on currys, plus lots of work schemes have 8% off currys instant vouchers right now.. got mine for about £430...
Can't believe these are still so expensive. I got an RTX 2070 (with a deal on this site) for under £400 just over a year ago!
mattclarkie08/06/2020 10:18

Nobody is completely sure we will get a RTX30x0 this year. It was over 2 …Nobody is completely sure we will get a RTX30x0 this year. It was over 2 years between the GTX10x0 and the RTX20x0 and the Super releases last year might have reset the clock. It seems very likely given new games consoles are coming out Nvidia will want to release more powerful cards to market; but until AMD shows their cards with Big Navi the current crop of RTX cards is still leading the benchmarks at the higher end.



videocardz.com/new…red Pretty trustworthy and click bait free site. Suggests that the 3080 is indeed on it's way soon!
licenced08/06/2020 10:23

Can't believe these are still so expensive. I got an RTX 2070 (with a deal …Can't believe these are still so expensive. I got an RTX 2070 (with a deal on this site) for under £400 just over a year ago!


but thats a 2070 SUPER, it has performance close to 2080
Damn price ain't that great, even under current circumstances. I got FE edition last Aug, think was for around 470
prq08/06/2020 10:09

Not really, particularly at this time


Thanks for the tip. Which one would be good upgrade in your option mate either amd or gtx?
Edited by: "Alex5454" 8th Jun
Alex545408/06/2020 10:28

Thanks for the tip. Which one would be good upgrade in your option mate …Thanks for the tip. Which one would be good upgrade in your option mate either amd or gtx?



Don't go AMD Radeon, it's hard to adapt after getting used to the superior drivers NVidia provides - I made that mistake myself...

Do you need to upgrade? You got a really good card there in fairness
Aren't the 3 fan versions supposed to be better? They also go around this price
prq08/06/2020 10:32

Don't go AMD Radeon, it's hard to adapt after getting used to the superior …Don't go AMD Radeon, it's hard to adapt after getting used to the superior drivers NVidia provides - I made that mistake myself...Do you need to upgrade? You got a really good card there in fairness

I don't need to upgrade then. You made it clear for me mate. I will wait for the gtx2080 Ti to go below 500 quid and then maybe upgrade Thanks for your help
Alex545408/06/2020 10:37

I don't need to upgrade then. You made it clear for me mate. I will wait …I don't need to upgrade then. You made it clear for me mate. I will wait for the gtx2080 Ti to go below 500 quid and then maybe upgrade Thanks for your help


I think that card currently sells for over £1000?
Crazy I bought this card in 2018 for £485.

Disappointed to see such a poor improvement in GFX cards unlike the CPU updates flying out. Amazing what a lack in competitors means for the market.
Edited by: "Al3xander" 8th Jun
rainbowstars08/06/2020 10:39

I think that card currently sells for over £1000?


Yes it is but it is stupid to pay over 500 quid for a good gpu and plus I am not in rush. Might get second hand one in that price range in couple of years maybe
mattclarkie08/06/2020 10:19

Except the AMD drivers are consistently not very good compared to …Except the AMD drivers are consistently not very good compared to Nvidia.AMD has improved them a lot recently but they still cause people problems.


Yeah this is true. I’ve not experienced this first hand as currently have only installed rx 570 and 590. Although having only had AMD software installed on my new Ryzen 3600 machine with all other drivers being up to date, I’d be confident that any of the 5700 cards would install fine. I’m not sure an older machine with a lot of driver clutter etc would cope as well, especially if Nvidia cards have been used in the past. I had horrible issues on my old machine installing my rx 570 due to not bothering to completely wipe the Nvidia drivers and just uninstalled them. I learned the hard way that you really need to remove all reference to the rival manufacturers cards or the remnants of the software screw up any new installation!
Edited by: "Letstu" 8th Jun
Alex545408/06/2020 10:03

Is it worth upgrading from 1660 ti gaming x to this?


You have the top of the lower tier cards, and a very good card imo.

If you considering higher resolution gaming then maybe look at something like this card. A 2060 super is close to £400 but may not be financially worth the upgrade for the performance increase.

If you are on a normal HD monitor (1080p) I would stick with what you have until autumn and the anticipated new tranche of cards are revealed.
Letstu08/06/2020 10:54

You have the top of the lower tier cards, and a very good card imo. If you …You have the top of the lower tier cards, and a very good card imo. If you considering higher resolution gaming then maybe look at something like this card. A 2060 super is close to £400 but may not be financially worth the upgrade for the performance increase. If you are on a normal HD monitor (1080p) I would stick with what you have until autumn and the anticipated new tranche of cards are revealed.


The thing is I recently got 2k monitor and that is the reason for me to consider upgrade. I still get over 60fps most 2k games with OC though. I think I will wait another year to see my options. Thanks for the tip mate
Edited by: "Alex5454" 8th Jun
Al3xander08/06/2020 10:40

Crazy I bought this card in 2018 for £485.Disappointed to see such a poor …Crazy I bought this card in 2018 for £485.Disappointed to see such a poor improvement in GFX cards unlike the CPU updates flying out. Amazing what a lack in competitors means for the market.


This is the Super variant which was only launched last year, it's more akin to a cut back 2080 than an upgraded 2070 while retailing for the same original RRP as the latter.
Edited by: "ElGofre" 8th Jun
Just whatever you do don’t buy from currys at the moment if you have half a chance of needing to return anything. Got my super from them luckily works fine but trying to return a PSU is just impossible. I’m in the verge of returning the PSU I do need to Amazon as it’s simple and living with the one from Currys. I can’t believe how poor their service is and with no shops currently accepting returns you are sentenced to the phone line of doom - 4 hours and counting spent over the last few days. Anyway just a word of warning at the moment.
morofsky08/06/2020 09:54

+80% performance. Gpu benchmark says this


Just make sure you're not bottlenecked by CPU though.
Al3xander08/06/2020 10:40

Crazy I bought this card in 2018 for £485.Disappointed to see such a poor …Crazy I bought this card in 2018 for £485.Disappointed to see such a poor improvement in GFX cards unlike the CPU updates flying out. Amazing what a lack in competitors means for the market.



2070 Supers were only released July 2019.
And I got a brand new RTX 2060 OC Pro for £200 on eBay... before all this lockdown stuff though.
Tom_Dixon1234508/06/2020 12:22

And I got a brand new RTX 2060 OC Pro for £200 on eBay... before all this …And I got a brand new RTX 2060 OC Pro for £200 on eBay... before all this lockdown stuff though.


Bargain
Al3xander08/06/2020 10:40

Crazy I bought this card in 2018 for £485.Disappointed to see such a poor …Crazy I bought this card in 2018 for £485.Disappointed to see such a poor improvement in GFX cards unlike the CPU updates flying out. Amazing what a lack in competitors means for the market.


Ah yes, the abundance of all two CPU manufacturers compared to the...two GPU manufacturers.
For what its worth to everyone - Curry's stores are accepting returns as of today. They just aren't advertising this fact anywhere.
Riza_Thayanithy08/06/2020 09:43

would this be a big difference to a RX 580 ?



Performance-wise yes...experience-wise...depends what you're playing. If you just play Fortnite and don't have any intention of playing anything else it might not be worth it. If you want to play the latest games at 1440p or higher on the other hand, sure, go for it!
Edited by: "Boopop" 8th Jun
I’ve got a 1080 at the moment. Is this worth it for 1440p or should I save a bit more and get a 2080 super?
Alex545408/06/2020 10:03

Is it worth upgrading from 1660 ti gaming x to this?


It depends on your gaming needs. If you gaming at 1080p, the 1660 ti is perfect. If you are 1440p, then your card won't suite the top end of games/fps.

But I'd also wait for the 30xx to be put out.
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