Is the GTX 1x series discontinued; if so will there be a card to fill that price market?

Coyle

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I can't imagine they'd give up the sub $500 market; is the RTX 3x going to be the lowest GPU?
 
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jpiniero

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Sub-$500? The 3060's "MSRP" is $329.

Turing is being manufactured but I think most of it is going to CMP.
 

Iron Woode

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I can't imagine they'd give up the sub $500 market; is the RTX 3x going to be the lowest GPU?
The 10xx series was discontinued when the 20xx series debuted.

The only sub $500 video cards now are very low performance new cards or old used cards.
 

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Pretty sure until the 3050 desktop version shows up they'll continue to dump GTX 1660 variants and GTX 1650 Supers on us. They may be hard to get retail but OEMs are using them left, right and center.

2060 and 1050 production already restarted.
 

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I hope there's going to be a replacement for the GT 1030 (that has 1050 or 1650-level performance and requires only 30w-40w) too since there's still non-gaming APUless Ryzen systems that need a GPU, not to mention those who need a secondary GPU for non-gaming purposes since Nvidia will soon abandon driver support for the Kepler-based GT 710 and 730 series, though Nvidia could just drag their feet since it'll be several years before Nvidia stops supporting the 10xx series.
 
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VirtualLarry

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not to mention those who need a secondary GPU for non-gaming purposes since Nvidia will soon abandon driver support for the Kepler-based GT 710 and 730 series,
Where's the GT1010 that was supposed to come out to replace the 710 and 730? Where is it NVidia???
 

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