At the top of the GPU heap is the GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER, which is expected to have an MSRP of $799. This is the exact same price as the current GeForce RTX 2080, but the SUPER variant will have more CUDA cores and higher clocks which would make it an even better value.
Next up is the GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER, which will reportedly debut at $599. Again, this is the same launch price as the GeForce RTX 2070, with performance of course favoring the SUPER variant. Finally, the GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER is said to launch at $429. This pricing, however, bucks the trend of the other two [alleged] SUPER cards, as the original GeForce RTX 2060 debuted at $349.
This does make some sense when you think about it, as NVIDIA likely doesn't want to push GeForce RTX prices down to much further. That would force the GeForce RTX 2060 to encroach into the domain of the GeForce GTX Turing cards that launched earlier this year.
As for specs, this is how the lineup will reportedly look when NVIDIA drops its SUPER bombshell on the graphics market:
- GeForce RTX 2080 Ti: 4,352 CUDA cores, TU102-300 GPU, 11GB GDDR6 (14Gbps)
- GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER: 3,072 CUDA cores, TU104-450 GPU, 8GB GDDR6 (16Gbps)
- GeForce RTX 2080: 2,944 CUDA cores, TU104-410 GPU, 8GB GDDR6 (14Gbps)
- GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER: 2,560 CUDA cores, TU104-410 GPU, 8GB GDDR6 (14Gbps)
- GeForce RTX 2070: 2,304 CUDA cores, TU106-410 GPU, 8GB GDDR6 (14Gbps)
- GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER: 2,176 CUDA cores, TU106-410 GPU, 8GB GDDR6 (14Gbps)
- GeForce RTX 2060: 1,920 CUDA cores, TU106-200 GPU, 6GB GDDR6 (14Gbps)
With the new SUPER family incoming, we can expect prices for the standard GeForce RTX cards (with the exception of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti) to start falling. So, there may be some bargains to be found if you don't need to have the latest and greatest RTX card on the market.
If the rumors are accurate, we should start seeing the first GeForce RTX cards hit store shelves around this time next month.