- Oct 20, 2014
In looking at the gpu specs on techpowerup, the RTX 2070 Super looks to have a 40% advantage in FP32 computation at 9.062 TFLOPS to 6.451 TFLOPS. While at 1440p in techpowerup's gaming testsuite the 2070S only outperforms the 2060S by 17.6%. At 4k it's only 19.0%. So what gives? I look at those wildly different FP32 throughput numbers and think the 2070S should age a lot better than the 2060S, but the performance difference in gaming right now doesn't seem to be all that much. For $100 difference I'd much rather buy the 2070S if it stays relevant significantly longer as you might guess from the 40% higher FP32 throughput, but if it's going to stay a <20% difference in gaming performance I'd probably opt for the cheaper card.