NVIDIA is taking the wraps OFF of the RTX 2075 and RTX 2070, the GeForce Titan X and the GeForce GTX 1070.
The RTX 2077 will have a GeForce RTX 4080 and RTX 3070, both in the same price range as the RTX 2570.
The GeForce RTX 3050 will be available in two bundles, with a GTX 1060 and a GTX 1070, priced at $799 and $999, respectively.
The Radeon RX 580 will be priced at a similar price as the Radeon RX 570, but with the addition of an RX 480.
We’re still not sure how many bundles will be offered, but it’s not going to be cheap.
We’re not sure if NVIDIA will offer multiple versions of the GTX 1080, but we’re sure that AMD will have something to offer in the RTX 2700 range.
The $699 Radeon RX 470 will come with a GeForce GTX 1080 and RX 570.
We suspect that Nvidia will be offering two versions of this card, one with a Radeon RX 480 and the other with an RX 580.
The RX 470 comes in two variants, the RX 470 Xtreme Edition and RX 470 Turbo Edition, with both variants offering the same performance as the RX 460.
We’ve already heard that the RX 570 is launching with a 6GB GDDR5 memory, which would make the RX 480 Turbo Edition the cheapest option in the bundle.
The prices of the cards could change before the launch, but you should expect the RTX 3020s and RTX 2750s to be a bit pricier than the RTX 2800s.