- Mar 22, 2008
I pre-ordered two RTX 2080 Ti. No need to see benchmarks, I'm sure they are great.
Voted wait for review. If it's really that good then reviews will show it. Also, I'm only willing to pay based on current game performance increases. Buying computer technology today for "future performance" based on new features is crazy.
All the information so far has 35-60%...
That is just marketing we need the benchmarks and reviews first this month from hardocp, Gaming performance depends on not only one component, you know that it depends on your Processor, Graphics Card, Ram. Also it mainly depends on what game you are playing
Cyberpunk 2077 & Metro will be the games.
I reserved a 2080 Ti. It's like 70% more CUDA cores (at a lower clock, presumably, than the ~2GHz my 1080 hits) and about 100% more memory bandwidth, and with more TMUs/ROPs. So assuming the shader cores have no IPC improvements it could still be somewhat close to 2x faster at 1440/2160. If not, somebody else can snag it.What I mean is 2080 is not going to twice as fast as 1080. So you are likely to save money lol.