Saturday, July 20, 2019
Wccftech: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Benchmark Leaks Out, Almost Titan V Tier Performance For $699 US.
This reminds me: my hand me down GTX 780 fell into that price range when it was young, back in '13. Far from New the old '780 still kicks more than a little ass at plowing through games. I'm also inclined to believe most of my issues with FVXV's performance are due to my processor not aging equally as well, since the stutters revolved around my Core i5 spiking to 100% usage.
And that's exactly why you would pay such a fortune for a top dog GPU: because you won't have to buy a new one for quite a freaking while. 2019 - 2013 = 6 years and only now showing signs of age.
Personally, I'm more interested in what follows the GTX 16 / RTX 20 thing. But cards at that level have very long service lives to match the ludicrous price tags. Pretty much regardless of generation. By the time such cards age out it is because the mid ranged cards have finally caught up quite a few years later or because of more Direct 3D and driver level advancements leaving you in the dust; which isn't so often.