I delayed quite a while hoping the 2080ti would be worth it, and deciding it wasn't. I actually thought that 6 months on the back of bad sales, they might drop the price. Off by time frames, and off by the exact approach, but I think the actual action took into account buyer/fan outrage, and they are doing largely what I thought they would. Instead of dropping prices, which would have upset early adopters and made them much more likely to delay upgrading next cycle, they are effectively downlabelling their failed chips. So someone who bought a $1800 2080Ti doesnt feel so bad that someone else is getting a 2080 Super at half the price, because it's not a cheap TI - its a slighty tweaked 2080 - even though for all but a very small number of use cases, the Super will be the same speed. Whether the deception placates early buyers is yet to be seen. Depending what the roadmap looks like in April/May 2020, I might get one then for Cyberpunk 2077. If 7nm is on the horizon, I'm holding out. While ray traci g demos do look good, the difference between Ray Traced and Rasterised scenes when you're dodging bullets and swinging forearm blades with adrenaline pumping makes you miss the scenery.