RTX 2080 TI vs GTX 1080 TI Benchmark

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  1. AlphaAtlas

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    Source Syndicate ran the 2080 TI and the 1080 TI though a couple of games at 4K, using the unreleased 411.38 drivers. Some highlights include a jump from 44FPS to 77FPS in Witcher 3, a jump from 41 FPS to 59 FPS in Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and a jump from 59 FPS to 87 FPS in Battlefield 1 with the RTX 2080 TI.

    Check out the video here.

    First part of this GPU battle collected top 6 the most popular games: Battlefield 1, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Hitman 2016, Shadow of Tomb Raider To and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. All games test in 4K (2160p) screen resolution and ultra graphics settings.
     
  2. JosiahBradley

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    Waiting on [H]'s numbers before even looking at any other sites. Sticking by what I said last thread. If this thing kicks ass in rasterization I can probably ignore the RTX nonsense, but maybe not at these prices.
     
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    The jump from the GTX1080-Ti to the RTX2080-Ti is looking more like the jump from the GTX980-Ti to GTX1080 than GTX980-Ti to GTX1080-Ti. Extrapolating that, I assume that the RTX2080 may be almost as fast as a 1080-Ti, while a 2070 may in fact, be MUCH slower than a 1080-Ti, likely landing a bit above the GTX1080-Vanilla.
     
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  4. JStamsek

    JStamsek Douche Canoe

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    Not paying an arm and a leg for it. Period.
     
  5. bugleyman

    bugleyman [H]ard|Gawd

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    Putting aside my absolute disdain for Nvidia for the moment, RTX strikes me as something that could be amazing if it catches on, but probably won't ever run very well on first-gen hardware. Dropping $1200 (or even $800) on what might be Hairworks 2.0? Pass.
     
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  6. Etherton

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    Not enough of a performance boost to justify an upgrade, IMO. [H] still runs at 1K/PS.
     
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    I agree with you Rauelius, the performance hike from the previous gen GTX is nowhere near what it has been for previous generations if the numbers on the video are to be believed.
     
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    No regrets in nabbing that 1080 the other week.
     
  9. Sircolby45

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    Even if it was a 100% performance boost it is still overpriced. Hopefully AMD will actually show up to the competition this time because Nvidia seems to be getting cocky.
     
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    Something seems off IMO. Some games show the 2080 at nearly twice the frame rate of the 1080 but some show ~10-20%. What's the real story here? Is the 2080 a 1080 killer or are drivers already being borked?
     
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    Love how they say "Winner 2080 Ti" at the end.

    Really? I'd hope that a $1200 card from the latest gen can beat a last gen card that cost $699. The problem, as we all know, is the cost of that increase.

    Nvidia tried to save face this release by branding a Titan as a Ti because the 2080 wasn't a really big upgrade over a 1080 Ti for a higher cost (except for features like DLSS and Raytracing, which may or may not be a flop (for now)).
     
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  12. Supercharged_Z06

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    If it was offering a 100% performance boost over last gen, then the crazy asking price would be at least somewhat palatable to me. With only a ~35% boost and the tacked on 1st gen ray tracing support, not so much.
     
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    Getting? At this point they're operating a rooster farm. :p
     
  14. Brahmzy

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    Haters gonna hate! Release my card already!
     
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    I'll be interested in seeing bfv with ray tracing on seeing as dice are supposedly dialing back the effects to help frame rate, they said they were a bit overblown for the sake of the demo anyway. 1440p at 60fps with RTX on could be interesting.
     
  16. Hostile

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    I guess my 1070 isn't going anywhere any time soon.
     
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    Can we do a who actually games at 4K, 2K, HD Pole on here? I am honestly wondering how many of our readers truly use a 4K desktop monitor.
    PS: I game at 2K+ 21:9 1440.
     
  18. NickJames

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    I'll wait for a spreadsheet and the [H] numbers. Either way I still can't believe it's twice the price for 50% improvement.
     
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    I agree the price tag is high but thats to be expected for new technology. Will it catch on? Not sure, it’s too early to tell but the performance increase from a 1080ti to this seems good to me. Are people forgetting that these benchmarks are for 4k? 25-30fps increase in 4k is pretty damn good imo. Also, lets not forget that we desperately need this card increase for VR to evolve. Im still waiting until next year to see what nvidia brings to the table.
     
  20. GHRTW

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    So, as many predicted, for custom to custom GPUs the new Turing gen will be 25% faster than the previous Pascal gen GPUs. As all know, the Turing GPUs being tested are pre-oced while the old Pascal ones are reference ones that due to thermal limiting they lose frequency after 3mins of gaming and thus, they lose performance. Let's wait for the good benchmarkers like Kyle here, Wizzard of TPU and some good tubers. And even in efficiency (FPS/W), there isn't progress at all (<5% at best) with those bigger dies. 7nm GPUs cannot come soon enough to allow better vfm.
     
  21. Advil

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    I want to know how the 2080 does at 1440p against a 1080 Ti AND against the 2080 Ti. TAA, DLSS, and ray tracing modes.

    I'm already fighting back a bit of disappointment at the numbers I've seen so far on the 2080.

    If it can bring solid ultra settings in all games and DLSS at 1440p and still stomp the 1080 Ti while doing it, I'd still consider the 2080 what I'm looking for.

    The ray tracing does matter too. It's a part of what we are paying for one way or another. Can the 2080 do RT at 1440p and deliver solid frame rates?

    These are the questions I have.
     
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    34 inch Alienware 2k ultrawide 120htz IPS gsync -mainly use for fps gaming and games that support 21:9
    27inch Asus ROG IPS 60htz 4k gsync - monitor used for other gaming that doesn't support ultrawide
    48 inch Samsung QLED for consoles or PC gaming on the couch.
    30inch crt arcade cabinet monitor- self explanatory using old computerf or hyperspin.
     
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    I feel that, as an official hater, I should get a button or something.
     
  24. JStamsek

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    I use a 43” 4K monitor and primarily play World of Warcraft. 1070 Ti driving it.
     
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    I think I will get a 32" 1440p monitor and sit tight with my overclocked 1080Ti (watecooled) that I got 10 months ago. It is more than enough for 1440p and I don't want to spend $2K++ for a big 4K 120Hz monitor (not interested in anything below 32" and DO NOT want a TV).

    Well no rush really and am saving monthly for my next upgrades (vs paying upfront now for a 2080Ti) anyway so no harm done waiting.
     
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  26. R_Type

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    Not exactly earth shattering after all then
     
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    I am running 1440p with gsync @144htz with a 1080. Pretty much run everything at ultra settings.

    So how are you liking 21:9 1440 and what GPU you using? I am looking at moving to that resolution. And, to support that, I am thinking of upgrading my GPU to a 1080ti or 2080.
     
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    I’m running a 32” 4k for my gaming rig, but that forced me into 1080ti SLI since single 1080ti can’t do 60 fps locked in most AAA games at 4k. Will be interesting to see if 2080 ti can beat 1080 ti SLI, since then we r talking similar $$ and is the setup for the hard core 4k gaming.
     
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    I game at 1440p with a 1080ti on a asus pb277q. i think i will stick with that until the next refresh
     
  32. Zarathustra[H]

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    Surprising amount of sites breaking embargo this time around.

    I wonder why that is.

    That said, anyone who puts benchmarks in a YouTube video is a fucking moron. I'm not even going to give them the click. I'll wait for the properly written article.
     
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    I use two AMD Vega Frontier Edition 16GB cards in Crossfire. I enjoy 21:9 at 1440. I used to have 3 27inch monitors but found the bezels annoying and all the screen stretching that games did for that rez annoying. But 21:9 is very clear and smooth and wide enough to fill up your vision very nice. Also the rez isn't so high that text is unreadable. Gaming looks magnificent.
     
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  34. SixFootDuo

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    I'm currently on a 1080 as I returned my 1080 ti for a full refund.

    Battlefield 5 and Black Ops 4 both suffered at 4K even with high / medium settings.

    This will be a massive upgrade for me. 50%.

    Especially with driver improvements and when games get proper RTX features patched in.
     
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    I agree, it's only slightly better than a "top 10 list" website where it slideshows all 10 points to different webpages just so they can inflate their clicks.
     
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    Also want some “real” numbers like we will get here on [H]. If it’s as I expected —too much of a price hike for fledgling new tech and a bit more traditional performance.

    I’m at 27in 1440p 144Hz and have a Vega64 and Founders 1080. Both have been great for me on this monitor. Definitely not interested in anything until 7nm hits.
     
  37. Zarathustra[H]

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    It depends.

    Firstly, if you have a 4k screen and are shooting for a minimum of 60fps, you are going to have to pay whatever it takes

    Also, Is the 2080ti really the replacement for the 1080ti, or is it the new Titan?

    The Titan brand is no longer a gaming Halo card, but rather intended for machine learning and science ridiculous applications.

    Thus the 2080ti is filling the slot of the old Pascal Titan X, IMHO, especially coming as it does early on in the launch of the next architecture. In the past TI cards came 8 months to a year later.

    Furthermore, a Halo card has always fetched a premium. Price has never scales linearly with performance. It's closer to exponential. Double the performance = 4x the price.

    I agree that pricing on GPU's has gotten out of hand, but I don't feel this particular launch is much worse than last generation when at launch we got the 1080 founders edition for $699 and shortly thereafter the Pascal Titan X for $1,200. The gen before it with the 980 and Maxwell Titan X were pretty bad too.

    I certainly hope AMD can ship a Halo product soon so we get some more sanity in these prices.
     
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  38. AceGoober

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    I'd pay $1,200 for a Titan Class version which outperformed the 2080 Ti but not that much for the 2080 Ti itself. If the 2080 Ti had been priced the same as a 1080 Ti on release ($699) then I wouldn't have a problem with it. But $1,200? Nope, not going to happen.

    I do have to admit those performance numbers are rather impressive.
     
  39. Grimlaking

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    I game at 1440p with my 1070. If I can get a 2080 for a good price or the 2070 does great at 1440p I'll go with that. Or if AMD comes out with a top of the line competitor that is better I will be all over that.
     
  40. Dayaks

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    Temperatures and usage but not clocks. Useless!
     
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