A new rumor has been swirling around that NVIDIA could resume full production of their GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card. A few months ago there were reports that the product had been moved to EOL status with the release of NVIDIA’s Super cards. It seems as if NVIDIA has changed their mind on this with the resuming of full production planned.
The RTX 2070 has remained as one of the most popular graphics cards available and is currently selling for around $479.99 on Amazon. Since the process node for the RTX 2070 is more mature it makes it one of the most bin-friendly cards to produce. This leads us to believe that NVIDIA will cut the price of this card to gain more market share from AMD.
The RTX 2070 Super is currently selling for around $529 it is likely that the RTX 2070 will get a price-cut down to around $429-449. Keep in mind that the RTX 2060 Super sells for just over $400, so there is a lot of space to fit in a reduced-price RTX 2070.
According to the report NVIDIA add-in board partners are willing to start re-stocking the RTX 2070. While these are rumors at this point it would be nice to see a price-cut for the RTX 2070.