The RTX 2080Ti Thread

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Netherwind, Aug 20, 2018.

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  1. warlord

    warlord Ancient Guru

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    These GPU series should cost absolute 100$ less as base price at least or even more. Everyone who buys overpriced Turing, pays for Huang's leather jackets. Good luck being the victim.

    2080ti is an absolute GPU of about 1049$ worth. Potential buyers should think kind of embargo against Nvidia. Rich guys who pay without research ruin industry for millions of gamers.
     
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    Lol 4k 60FPS official benchmarks for the standard 2080 shown pretty much 60FPS at 4k all games, yet the 2080 Ti can't average 60FPS in 3 year old games as shown in the leaked video, if this is true it means the "Official NVIDIA benchmarks" for the 2080 were actual max FPS reached and not average FPS.

    The minimums look pretty bad too.

    I'd buy a 2080 Ti if it was 900€ or 1100 tops if it was AIO, meanwhile cheapest is 1169€ with fans and lowest clocks out of all 2080Ti. Shame, would be a nice upgrade over the GTX1080, guess i'll wait for 7nm ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
     
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    We know that NO benchmark so far is 100% certain to be final or with launch drivers. Patience my fellow gurus, patience....
     
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    NVIDIA showed 4K numbers with DLSS..
     

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    NV showed 4K percentages, with and without DLSS
     
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    These numbers are with DLSS..

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    Those are not Nvidia's numbers. Someone put that together
     
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    Are you even paying attention ? A single RTX 2080 won't be able to achieve 60FPS in FF XV at native 4K, only with DLSS.
     
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    Sorry, you're running too deep for me...
     

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    20-60% performance increase over GTX 1080Ti with premature drivers..It's not bad, it's not good either(For the money they want for a RTX 2080Ti).
     
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    Those benches are BS, as they don't have any actual numbers. We don't know settings, resolutions, clock e.t.c.

    I wait for proper benchmarks once NDA is lifted, up until then it's all speculations. Reality, however, will be most likely more in line with what @EL1TE linked.
     
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    Witcher 3 still no 60+FPS at 4K..2015 game, disappointed to say the least..
     
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    IMO we are looking here at totally maxed out settings, HW inicluded in the witched 3 and MSAA in GTA 5. Far Cry 5 and Mass Effect Andromeda shows 30fps difference compared to 1080ti (and almost doubled minimal fps!!), and that's very big difference because when 1080ti will average 45 fps new 2080ti should provide finally solid 60fps or close to it in the most demanding games. Also keep in mind, the same game benchmarked in different benchmark locations/scenarios will give you totally different results. GTA 5 in one place will average 90 fps (city area), and can dip to 40 fps in the grass area so depending where you will test the game you will get different results. Witcher 3 for example in demanding locations can dip below 60fps even at 1080p on GTX 1070.

    It's very close to 60fps with HW on, and with OC I'm sure game will run at 60fps for the most part. With HW off you will see huge performance increase anyway and the witcher 3 can be played at 4K even on 1080ti OC.
     
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    What worries me is not older games, but the fact that older games don't perform that much better, and since like forever, games keep looking better while taxing more, future games might not run at 4k60 like these do.

    I play at 3440x1440 so it doesn't bother me, what bothers me is if i can get the 120 FPS at that res, since it taxes less, also achieving 60FPS in old games at 4k with new top gen card that costs 1200€ on average is abysmal to say the least.

    My patience is related to waiting for 7nm xD
     
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    Ahhh yes I understand, waiting for 7nm CPUs for sure ( ;) ) and I'm yet not sold on the 2080TI either.... so I can relate hehe
     
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    Yes, 4K native is extremely demanding, but the whole point is, you will get much worse framerate at 4K on older GPU, and that's the thing. If you want to play at 4K at decent framerate and best settings, the fastest GPU currently aviable is always needed.
     
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    All fake numbers im afraid, the guys who did this video don't have a 2080ti and they certainly don't have drivers, which im not sure Hilbert can confirm while nda applies.

    As far as I've heard, reviewers don't get drivers till next week

    A rule to live by: If they don't show themselves handling the card and installation / verification of drivers, its fake.
     
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    Some people were allowed to test computers with 2080ti, they even recorded gameplays from various games, so it's perfectly possible some guy could run quick tests on few games when no one watched. 1080ti results looks exactly as they should, and 2080ti results are not surprising (results looks exactly how I was expecting).
     
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    I mean obviously, but i expected a lot more. In around two weeks we'll know for sure.

    It's pretty dumb to upgrade now, they will do a 7nm refresh of these with less TDP and higher clocks, which will also then allow better overclocks, these are too expensive taking into account it's performance and that there's 7nm in some months (especially this).

    Likely we will see a 2085 Ti and maybe even a 2090Ti later on.
     
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