Not the point. Yes, Turings die sizes are larger because they do extra functions that the others do not have (RT). But the issue is when you are saying... The 2080(S) is NOT faster because it is "larger" as is somehow implied in your statement. It is larger because of the added RT/Tensor cores. Its faster due to GDDR6 and more efficient arch improvements despite less Cuda cores, ROPs, TMUs. Thats why you cant compare die sizes and imply thats where its performance comes from vs the 1080ti. Applies to the other cards as well, it all gets muddled when you had Turings die sizes into the mix, unless its a FYI purpose.