* Maybe but I'm starting to wonder if it makes sense to them to push past Navi & GCN when that's going to be the next gen console architecture, They should push on but if they can get a chiplet design that works properly they may focus on developing that over the next few years. ** It would make sense considering how big the price range gap is. I'm not sure with what though, Unless I'm mistaken the 2080 is a fully unlocked chip & the 2080ti already isn't. *** Of course, a week competitor opens the consumer up to being taken advantage of as we've seen Nvidia do time & time again. They did it on Pascal's release by delaying custom cards and adding a Founders tax on reference cards claiming it was because the blower design was more high-end than the last one, then they did it again with Turing prices, we need competition & we need it to be more than a 2 horse race so thank God for Intel entering the discrete gpu market.