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[Official] NVIDIA RTX 2070 Owner's Club

 
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NVIDIA GeForce® RTX 2070

        RTX 2060 Owner's Club
    → RTX 2070 Owner's Club
        RTX 2080 Owner's Club
            RTX 2080 Ti Owner's Club



SPECS
  
   Architecture Turing
   Chip TU106-400-A1 / TU106-400A-A1
   Transistors 10,800 million
   Die Size 445 mm²
   Manufacturing Process 12nm
   
   CUDA Cores 2304
   TMUs 144
   ROPs 64
   SM Count 36
   Tensor Cores 288
   GigaRays 6 GR/s
   
   Core Clock 1410 MHz
   Boost Clock 1620 MHz
   Memory 8GB GDDR6
   Memory Bus 256-bit
   Memory Bandwidth 448 GB/s
   External Power Supply 8 Pin
   TDP 175 W
   
   Interface PCIe 3.0 x16
   Connectors 1x HDMI 2.0b, 2x DisplayPort 1.4a, 1x USB-C with DisplayPort 1.4a (VirtualLink)
   Dimensions 268 mm (2 Slot)
   
   Special Features Real-Time Raytracing (6 GR/​s), H.265 Encode/​Decode, NVIDIA G-Sync, NVIDIA VR-Ready, HDCP 2.2, Backplate

   Price $499 US (Founders Edition $599 US)
   
   Release Date September 20th, 2018

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   GTX 570     | GF110-275 | 40nm | 520mm² |  3.0 BT |  480 CCs |  60 TMUs | 40 ROPs | 15 SMs |  732 MHz | 1.3GB |  128MB x 10 | GDDR5  | 320-bit | 192 GB/s | 219W  
   GTX 670     | GK104-325 | 28nm | 294mm² |  3.5 BT | 1344 CCs | 112 TMUs | 32 ROPs |  7 SMs | 1084 MHz |   2GB |  256MB x 8  | GDDR5  | 256-bit | 192 GB/s | 170W  
   GTX 770     | GK104-425 | 28nm | 294mm² |  3.5 BT | 1536 CCs | 128 TMUs | 32 ROPs |  8 SMs | 1085 MHz |   2GB |  256MB x 8  | GDDR5  | 256-bit | 224 GB/s | 230W  
   GTX 970     | GM204-200 | 28nm | 398mm² |  5.2 BT | 1664 CCs | 104 TMUs | 56 ROPs | 13 SMs | 1178 MHz | 3.5GB |  512MB x 7  | GDDR5  | 224-bit | 196 GB/s | 145W  
   GTX 1070    | GP104-200 | 16nm | 314mm² |  7.2 BT | 1920 CCs | 120 TMUs | 64 ROPs | 15 SMs | 1683 MHz |   8GB | 1024MB x 8  | GDDR5  | 256-bit | 256 GB/s | 150W  
   RTX 2070    | TU106-400 | 12nm | 445mm² | 10.8 BT | 2304 CCs | 144 TMUs | 64 ROPs | 36 SMs | 1620 MHz |   8GB | 1024MB x 8  | GDDR6  | 256-bit | 448 GB/s | 175W  
 
 
 
DISTRIBUTOR | PARTNER

ASUS

EVGA

GAINWARD

GALAX | KFA2

GIGABYTE

INNO3D

MSI

NVIDIA

PALIT

PNY

ZOTAC
 
 
TECHPOWERUP | GPU-Z

Download TechPowerUp GPU-Z 2.16
 
 
NVIDIA | NVFLASH
 
Download NVIDIA NVFlash 5.541.0 Official                                          
Download NVIDIA NVFlash 5.527.0 Modified to allow flashing of FE
Credit & Source: #1, #2 (Password: OCN)
 
 
BIOS | ROM

> TechPowerUp BIOS Collection < Verified  

> TechPowerUp BIOS Collection < Unverified
 
 
OVERCLOCKING | TOOLS

Download ASUS GPUTweak II

Download EVGA Precision X1

Download Gainward EXPERTool

Download Galax/KFA2 Xtreme Tuner Plus

Download Gigabyte AORUS Engine

Download Inno3D TuneIT

Download MSI Afterburner

Download Palit ThunderMaster

Download PNY Velocity X

Download Zotac FireStorm

 
 
QUESTIONS | FAQ
 
Question: What does Non-A mean?
Answer: There are two GPU variants: TU106-400-A1 (1F02) and TU106-400A-A1 (1F07). Factory overclocking is prohibited on the former, it has a boost of 1620 MHz and a power limit of 200W. The latter chip has varying factory overclocks and power limits up to 300 W, flashing a 400A based BIOS onto a 400 GPU and vice versa is not possible. Manual overclocking is possible on both.

Question: How do I know if I have a 400 or 400A card?
Answer: Check the list above, but it may be incorrect as the early batches of the ASUS Turbo card had the A chip, recent reports indicate later batches are the correct 400 chip since the card was always advertised as not having a factory overclock. To be certain, check the Device ID in the main window of GPU-Z, if it shows 1F02 it is the 400 chip, if it shows 1F07 it is the binned 400A chip.

Question: How do I know what power limit my card has?
Answer: In GPU-Z, click the Advanced tab, then General and finally choose NVIDIA BIOS, under the Power Limit section you will see Default and Maximum.

 

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X APEX, 9900K @ 5200MHz, Trident Z 16GB @ 4400MHz CL18, RTX 2080 Ti, 970 M.2 SSD, RM1000x, EK A240 Water Cooling

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post #2 of 224 (permalink) Old 08-20-2018, 03:28 PM
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The 70 series has always been the best performance per dollar in my opinion. This is probably what I will end up with.

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Well the 1070 was faster than the 980 Ti....so I'd expect the 2070 to be faster than a 1080 Ti and cheaper than a 1080 Ti. 1080 Ti has 11GB frame buffer, but that is gddr5, while the 2070 has 8GB but is gddr6. But I think this is where the real question lies. Many are wondering how much faster the 2080 Ti is going to be over the 1080 Ti....I'm wondering how much faster the 2070 will be over the 1080 Ti.
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hello!!! anyone here???
need some 2070 MSI bios please....
thanks.

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Looking at upgrading to a 2070 also. So far the MSI Armor has caught my eye. i usually get ASUS but the MSI by the numbers seems better (and the new GPU needs to fit in my mAtx case).

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Wow this thread is dead.

I'm thinking of buying a 2070 but all of the good cards seem to be $600+ and I'm looking to get something under $600.

My guess is I will get a bad quality card because I'm impatient.

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Well I think many people are waiting for more info/actual game play input before pulling the trigger on the 2070. I have seen the prices go up by a bout $30-$50 from $499.99. Of course there are some that are much higher starting price. I admit still $500 is a steep price (that is more than most Mobo/CPU combinations) but looking at the 2080/ti is absurd.

I think the 2070 without having the Nvlink is a bummer BUT on the other hand I think we all have been burned by the SLI bit in the past. Now the DLSS looks to be very promising so at least that a plus. All in all I think it will be a gamble for if most/all games (more than the small list for games supporting turing that has been listed) incorporate the tech/software then we all win..if not this will seriously put a black mark on Nvidia and it will hurt the company down the road.

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hello,

I have been posting on the 2080ti thread because no one was in this one...

Things I can tell about my MSI 2070 Armor (530€ Portuguese store):
-It is very powered limited
-It has the non-A chip and it can not be flashed with other A chip bios, yet I hope.
-I tried an sort of did, shunt mod it and the OC wasn't great also... but more stable while benching.
-Flashed it with a non-A chip bios from EVGA and it messed up one DisplayPort (EVGA has a DVI) and also messed up the powerlimit... (will test again maybe.)

I am waiting for a possibility to flash with a A chip bios.

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I'm thinking that the reviewers got shafted with these low end $400 cards, especially with a lot of them coming with only an 8-pin.

Seeing this review which came out much later:
https://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graph...-black-gaming/

It shows that there's a 5% difference between the $499 tier cards and the $550 tier cards, yet still no information about the big guns (the ones that sell for $600 right now).

Right now I think I'm getting the XC Ultra Gaming, everything seems good about it and those TimeSpy scores put it in 1080Ti range where I'd expect a 2070 to perform (although for a good $100 less but that's just the market for you right now).

Also there are a few promising scores on hwbot for the 2070, specifically this one which puts it cleanly into 1080Ti range:
http://hwbot.org/submission/3967641_...070_9310_marks

Gaming seems to perform slightly weeker, closer to the 1080 than the 1080Ti right now but there still seems to be a wide field of results.

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Quote: Originally Posted by boi801 View Post
hello,

I have been posting on the 2080ti thread because no one was in this one...

Things I can tell about my MSI 2070 Armor (530€ Portuguese store):
-It is very powered limited
-It has the non-A chip and it can not be flashed with other A chip bios, yet I hope.
-I tried an sort of did, shunt mod it and the OC wasn't great also... but more stable while benching.
-Flashed it with a non-A chip bios from EVGA and it messed up one DisplayPort (EVGA has a DVI) and also messed up the powerlimit... (will test again maybe.)

I am waiting for a possibility to flash with a A chip bios.
Can you show this Shunt mod? My card comes in tomorrow but so does the rest of the stuff for a new build and the card will get clocked last.
But I do love to benchmark so I might do the mod or find an alternative.
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