As we knew it would happen, Nvidia just made official the Super edition of its family of RTX 20 graphics cards, less than a year after they hit the market. Apart from showing a new chrome design, this series will differ from the common RTX in terms of performance, but also price-at least as regards the binomial RTX 2060 and Super model. The two Super models of the RTX 2060 and 2070 will arrive on July 9, while that of the RTX 2080 will be on the 23. There will be no overclocked versions provided by Nvidia, only Founders Edition since the launch day, but they will reach The Market of the hand of the usual factories.
With the arrival of Super graphics the linear Turing family will not mutate, but will increase to make room for them. For now the current and new cards will coexist, and we imagine that the company will lower the prices of the old ones, but Nvidia has not yet specified if they will extinguish the current ones. Anyway, here you have the data that Nvidia has shared about the Super series:
Apparently, the new cards go up one step, placing itself in a matter of performance right where the top card was. Basically, the 2060 Super is on par with the common 2070, so it becomes a de facto substitute. The 2070 Super, on the other hand, is above the 2070 and the 1080, but of what you do not know yet comparative is the 2080 Super, since there is still time for the embargo of your analyzes to be lifted. If you are interested in knowing about a possible 2080 Ti Super, do not get your hopes up: that card already plays in another league by itself.