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[wccftech]RTX 2070 3DMark Timespy Benchmark Leaks Out, Slightly Faster Than 1080

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 3DMark Timespy Performance Benchmark Leaks Out – Slightly Faster Than GeForce GTX 1080

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The first performance benchmark of NVIDIA’s upcoming GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card has been leaked. The results come from TUM APISAK and were obtained using a custom model from ZOTAC which features slightly higher clock speeds than the reference variant.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 3DMark Timespy Benchmark Leaks Out – Slightly Faster Than GTX 1080 Custom Models

The benchmark results posted by the source aren’t very clear since it only displays the overall score and not the individual graphics score. The system was configured with a Core i7-8700K and ZOTAC GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card with a reported clock speed of 1950 MHz (Boost clocks). The score was 8151 points for the entire system and as I mentioned, there are no individual scores provided since the benchmark is hidden.
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1080 performance at 1080ti price.


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1080 performance at 1080ti price.
Looks like it and I have had my Asus 1080 STRIX for almost a year now. Paid 430 for mine.. Seems damn good. Waiting on 2nd one of the MSI water blocked guys to sli
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ehh... at it's price its mediocre at best, even RT cores aren't worth the $100 premium over the GTX1080.

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Not surprised at all. The rumored/speculated CUDA core count was something like... 2304 I believe? Amusingly enough, that performance would be a game changer if it was priced equal to a 1070! More unfortunate that Nvidia banked on the idea that crypto was going to stay strong, and made that call well after the decline was already obvious.

Oh well. We can all hope for prices to drop.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Imglidinhere View Post
Not surprised at all. The rumored/speculated CUDA core count was something like... 2304 I believe? Amusingly enough, that performance would be a game changer if it was priced equal to a 1070! More unfortunate that Nvidia banked on the idea that crypto was going to stay strong, and made that call well after the decline was already obvious.

Oh well. We can all hope for prices to drop.
even if it was just $400 it would've been a killer, this is the price point of their GTX 1070 Ti.

i just hope AMD releases something on the same performance bracket at $300~$400 price point, Vega 64 and 56 comes close but HBM2 doesn't make it easy to price low.

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lets forget that the last three generations x70 cards either beat or close to matched the previous gens x80ti cards.

the 670 slapped around the 580, 970 was just behind the 780ti, 1070 beat the 980ti at stock clocks .

to me, this gen has been nothing but a major disappointment.

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You're crazy to buy one if you aren't ray tracing.


edit: also the RTX 2070 has more memory bandwidth from GDDR6 , if the use case requires memory bandwidth it might have a larger advantage

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Quote: Originally Posted by AlphaC View Post
You're crazy to buy one if you aren't ray tracing.
Nobody is, or will be soon, raytracing. There are close to no games and there won't be in sufficient numbers way into the next gen of cards. And the few games capable impose such a penalty in performance that makes the whole thing redundant.
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