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Old 20-08-18, 09:27 PM
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Nvidia reveals the specifications of their Geforce RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2080 and RTX 2070

How does it compare to Pascal?



Read more about Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti, 2080 and 2070 specifications.

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Old 21-08-18, 01:03 AM
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I know ill be getting the EVGA 2080 ti FTW3....as much as i may resist.
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Old 21-08-18, 04:45 AM
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So the 2070 is hardly an upgrade from 1070 Ti spec wise if we ignore RTX? I don't think memory bandwidth has been much of a limiting factor on those cards.
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Old 21-08-18, 09:20 AM
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So the 2070 is hardly an upgrade from 1070 Ti spec wise if we ignore RTX? I don't think memory bandwidth has been much of a limiting factor on those cards.
The performance from the architecture (exlcuding tensor cores) seems to be a much smaller jump than Maxwell to Pascal was. So I would guess the SMX side of things alongside memory improvements probably makes it 10-15% faster. Then add in Tensor cores and it's far more potent. Just my guess anyway.
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Somebody over at OCUK forums did this as a bit of maths yesterday.

TITAN V: GPU Cores 5120
1455 MHz (Turbo)= 14.9 TFLOP
1900MHz (overclock) = 19.5 TFLOP

RTX 2080 Ti : GPU Cores 4352
1545 MHz (Turbo)= 13.4 TFLOP
2000MHz (overclock ?) = 17.4 TFLOP

GTX1080 Ti : GPU Cores 3584
1582 MHz (Turbo) = 11.3 TFLOP
2000MHz (overclock) = 14.3 TFLOP

RTX 2080 : GPU Cores 2994
1710 MHz (Turbo)= 10.2 TFLOP
2000MHz (overclock ?) = 12 TFLOP

GTX1080 : GPU Cores 2560
1733 MHz (Turbo) = 8.9 TFLOP
2000MHz (overclock) = 10.2 TFLOP

Which may be why Nvidia are hiding the actual performance. They've obviously misreported the "Up to 6x faster" bit completely, as that means in RT which obviously the 10 series are going to be potatoes at because they don't have RT hardware on them.

We'll see I guess.
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As i have said on some of the posts, just for non-RT tasks upgrading to Touring is not viable in any universe. It is the new stuff that is costing the money.

I would expect similar bump in non-RT tasks as we saw with previous generation. Above calculation (cheers for the guy who did it) has the assumption that CUDA cores have the same performance. I think that new chips will have better optimization, and better performance "per core" than the previous generation. Similar to what we see in CPU world.

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