The main reason I upgrade my GPU, is because I usually have purchased a new monitor, a monitor where the refresh rate and resolution is significantly higher then my monitor before it, and I want to hit my new monitors high refresh rate when gaming. In the past, when I made this monitor upgrade, my GPU usually no longer takes full advantage of my new monitors features, creating the necessity for me to also upgrade my GPU, this has been my upgrade cycle for the last 10 years or so. Now, its believed that Nvidia 2080/2080ti will be a healthy jump in performance over the Pascal line of GPUs, and that's great, however I’m having trouble seeing why the average PC gamer would be clawing at the chance to buy the upcoming Turing line of GPUs, if their GPU already pushes their monitor to its limits. At this point in time, to me, a Pascal 1080ti or even a 1080 seems like they could push 95% of the monitors on the market to their limit. We are not swinging in monitors that laugh at our puny GPUs, like so many times in the past.. (I fully understand there are data scientists, computer artist, etc our there that are excited for Turing, but right now I’m focusing on FPS hunters.) I personally can not think if a single monitor that I would like to purchase now, or in the upcoming future, therefor this significantly reduces my reasoning to replace my 1080ti. Don’t get me wrong, I would love to have one of those $2000 120hz 4k 27” screens, but I’m not buying a 27” 4k monitor, especially at two grand. So, as of right now, a 2080 would be useless to me, because my 1080ti already pushes my 3440x1440 screen to the 100fps it can handle, at max settings. When I can get a 34” 4k g-sync 144hz monitor (for less then $600), I will have a new Turing GPU under my other arm, but we could be waiting years for that screen to come out, as there is little in the way of evedince a screen with those specs will be released even next year. Anyways, Im just killing time before 5PM and I punch out for the weekend, this was just something I was wondering I’m alone in thinking. Have a good weekend bois.