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Head1985

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hardware unboxed with AIB cards.1080TI=2080.2080TI is 30% faster.
 

Hitman928

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So one outlet used an AiB 1080Ti? Every other one I looked at used FE only. Hopefully there are more that have AiB versions.
 
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I'm not sue. I thought it was really funny seeing the Vega matching the 2080Ti in the chart.

It's way too early to get a clear picture of the actual performance and features yet. I wouldn't pass judgment on performance yet.
Ok thanks for the reply. I will just keep reading through reviews then.
 
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That's patently wrong. Digital Foundry played a non-RTX build of Metro Exodus on a Ryzen 2700X and Titan Xp and performance was barely hitting 60FPS at 4K.
What does that have to do with playing an RTX build on a 2080ti?
 

Kenmitch

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Ok thanks for the reply. I will just keep reading through reviews then.
If your going 4k it looks like the 20xx pulls away. 1440p is hit and miss it looks like. Going p/$ it's looking very ugly so far at times.

 
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The price is definitely too high, and I won't buy one, but the cards really impress me for being just released.
 

tamz_msc

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What does that have to do with playing an RTX build on a 2080ti?
They've analyzed the RTX footage as well, it is sub-60 FPS with lots of frame-time variance at 1080p on a 2080Ti. How can a card that is only 35% faster than the Titan Xp without RTX suddenly deliver roughly 2x FPS with RTX enabled?

Techradar's claims are total bull.
 

Hitman928

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Computerbase has OCed FE comparisons.
Actually, looking at Hardware Unboxed / Techspot, they used a slightly overclocked FE version as well, not a AiB. So back to no one used a 1080Ti AiB to compare again. 1080Ti FE OC is ok, but really interested to see how a good AiB model would stack up as well.
 
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They've analyzed the RTX footage as well, it is sub-60 FPS with lots of frame-time variance at 1080p on a 2080Ti. How can a card that is only 35% faster than the Titan Xp without RTX suddenly deliver roughly 2x FPS with RTX enabled?

Techradar's claims are total bull.
We have dedicated RT cores to do the heavy work and faster shader units for the rasterization.
 
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Actually, looking at Hardware Unboxed / Techspot, they used a slightly overclocked FE version as well, not a AiB. So back to no one used a 1080Ti AiB to compare again. 1080Ti FE OC is ok, but really interested to see how a good AiB model would stack up as well.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GeForce_RTX_2080_Ti_Gaming_X_Trio
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GeForce_RTX_2080_Ti_Duke/
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_RTX_2080_Ti_Strix_OC/
 

crisium

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Price-to-performance at launch, using TPU reviews for performance sources, manually calculating PP$ based on MSRPs:

103% = 770 price cut ($330)
100% = 980 ($550)
84% = 780 price cut ($500)
73% = 780 Ti ($700)
66% = 680 launch ($500)
64% = 780 launch ($650)

100% = 1080 FE ($700)
83% = 980 price cut ($500)
79% = 980 Ti ($650)
75% = 980 launch ($550)

122% = 1080 price cut MSRP ($500)
105% = 1080 Ti FE/MSRP ($700)
100% = 2080 FE ($800)
87% = 1080 FE launch ($700)

Performance sources from 4k:
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_980/26.html
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1080/26.html
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_RTX_2080_Founders_Edition/33.html
 

tamz_msc

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We have dedicated RT cores to do the heavy work and faster shader units for the rasterization.
How can a 2080Ti give better performance with RTX enabled than not? It is obvious that Techradar's claims are wrong. As for rasterization, there is a dedicated INT32 pipe, which is supposed to give up to 50% more theoretical shading performance. How that translates to actual performance is anybody's guess at the moment.
 
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2080 not really faster than 1080Ti and is more expensive, 2080Ti extra performance not worth the horrific price.

But..but..but we get some blurry 1080p 30FPS ray-tracing in Tomb Raider.

Epic fail.
 
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How can a 2080Ti give better performance with RTX enabled than not? It is obvious that Techradar's claims are wrong. As for rasterization, there is a dedicated INT32 pipe, which is supposed to give up to 50% more theoretical shading performance. How that translates to actual performance is anybody's guess at the moment.
I don't understand that either. I would expect with rtx on you would see drops in performance especially at anything higher than 1080p.
 
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How can a 2080Ti give better performance with RTX enabled than not? It is obvious that Techradar's claims are wrong. As for rasterization, there is a dedicated INT32 pipe, which is supposed to give up to 50% more theoretical shading performance. How that translates to actual performance is anybody's guess at the moment.
I guess time will tell.

I think the cards are impressive already, and will only get better, and I think they will do RT much better than most people think.

But they really aren't cards I would ever need, even if they were $200 cheaper.
 
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Remember that first day when all the reviewers said ryzen was garbage?
 

Muhammed

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Wait..What?? Is this the only case the Vega 64 is around the same performance as the 1080/2080??
I am starting to think its not gonna be worth buying a 20xx unit now :(
there is CPU limitation bug in FH4. The whole forbes review is a joke as they have a problem with their test system.
 
Apr 8, 2002
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Glancing through TechPower up review. Looks like the 2018ti pulls away at higher resolutions as expected. 2080 more or less close to the 1080ti. Seems in some games it does pull away a little at higher resolutions.
 
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So, it took almost two years for NVIDIA to reach GTX1080Ti performance parity but with a bigger die size at +100 USD.
wtf
 


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