The Nvidia RTX 2070 Super. Coming July 9 for $499.
The rumors are true: nine months after the launch of the RTX 2070 and six months after the RTX 2060 arrived, both of these Nvidia graphics cards are getting retail upgrades. Behold: the RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 Super, coming to stores on July 9 for the same price as their previous numbered versions ($399 and $499 MSRP, respectively).
These will be followed on July 23 by the $699 RTX 2080 Super. Nvidia will continue selling the RTX 2080 Ti ($999) and RTX 2060 (marked down to $349), while the standard 2070 and 2080 graphics cards are already being phased out by Nvidia. (If you’re wondering, AMD has a big launch during this calendar period, as well: the Radeon RX 5700 series, coming July 7.)
We’ll have to wait to see what to expect from the 2080 Super, whose review hardware hasn’t yet landed in outlets’ hands. In the meantime, a last-minute shipment gave us a chance to put the RTX 2070 Super through a few tests ahead of today’s announcement. That helped us confirm some good news: Nvidia finally got an RTX card to the performance point worthy of a $500 investment (and, honestly, the card now runs neck and neck with the original RTX 2080).
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