No way this will be priced like a Vega 64. This is a die the size of a 1660 die. It's going to be $300 or less. This is a midrange die, looking to push people considering a 1660 up due to a big performance increase for a little more money and push the people looking at 2060 / 2070 down for similar performance at a lower price (or forcing nVidia to price these much lower). This is exactly what AMD did at pitcairn introduction. Nvidia's entire $200-350 lineup was made irrelevant on Pitcairn launch day and nVidia was forced to start selling cards they were previously selling at $300-350 at like $200 until they had a competing midrange product.