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post #8581 of 9187 (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 05:05 PM
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Guys is there someone who can tell me how faster is a 2080ti over a 2080 please?

Is 2080ti 30% faster in normal games and 50% faster on rtx enabled games?
If not can you tell me a more precise percentage?

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Quote: Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post
Guys is there someone who can tell me how faster is a 2080ti over a 2080 please?

Is 2080ti 30% faster in normal games and 50% faster on rtx enabled games?
If not can you tell me a more precise percentage?
Read rewiews of the games you play

There is plenty out there.

25-35% faster. It depends of the game.

There is no precise %

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Guys is there someone who can tell me how faster is a 2080ti over a 2080 please?

Is 2080ti 30% faster in normal games and 50% faster on rtx enabled games?
If not can you tell me a more precise percentage?

Read rewiews of the games you play [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]

There is plenty out there.

25-35% faster. It depends of the game.
Sincerely I don't see reviews that concentrate on rtx games. I know that with rtx differerence is bigger. Am I right?

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Sincerely I don't see reviews that concentrate on rtx games. I know that with rtx differerence is bigger. Am I right?
2080 vs 2080ti
30% faster in BF V 1440p with RTX @ ultra
https://www.hardocp.com/article/2019..._performance/8

More in 4k

https://www.hardocp.com/article/2019..._performance/9

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Here's to hoping CDPR does right and adds support for Cyberpunk...

The ability is there. Nvidia stopped working on it for awhile as did game developers. Its making a pretty good comeback. Id say about 70% of the games I play anyhow do support it and when they do its darn near perfect scaling with the 20XX cards that support it. There is no more HB SLI bridge which hit 3GB/s now its Nvlink that hits 100GB/s which is why the scaling is so good. Between that and the RTX, well at least Im sure on the 2080Ti, the GPUs actually saturate X8 and both will make use of X16 slots. Between that and Nvlink two 2080Tis can run anything at all max settings and not flinch. Before Some games I couldnt do so with a single 1080Ti much less two of them. Biggest issue I had was when I went vertical with my GPUs was finding a 2 slot Nvlink bridge. Plenty of 3 and 4 slot but no 2 slot. Turns out the bridge for the RTX quaddro cards are the same. on next rearraging and changing Im gonna paint it solid black or something ridiculous like red.
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The ability is there. Nvidia stopped working on it for awhile as did game developers. Its making a pretty good comeback. Id say about 70% of the games I play anyhow do support it and when they do its darn near perfect scaling with the 20XX cards that support it. There is no more HB SLI bridge which hit 3GB/s now its Nvlink that hits 100GB/s which is why the scaling is so good. Between that and the RTX, well at least Im sure on the 2080Ti, the GPUs actually saturate X8 and both will make use of X16 slots. Between that and Nvlink two 2080Tis can run anything at all max settings and not flinch. Before Some games I couldnt do so with a single 1080Ti much less two of them. Biggest issue I had was when I went vertical with my GPUs was finding a 2 slot Nvlink bridge. Plenty of 3 and 4 slot but no 2 slot. Turns out the bridge for the RTX quaddro cards are the same. on next rearraging and changing Im gonna paint it solid black or something ridiculous like red.

NVLink is a pretty amazing step forward considering the memory pooling for GPU rendering. The bandwidth is great as well, I tested mine and I hit about 93 GB/s. I made the switch from 2x 1080ti once I learned the pooling wasn't a dream. Just waiting for redshift to get there. Rise of the Tomb Raider and Shadow of War have been perfect @ 7680x1440 surround. Assassin's creed Odyssey, however is so bad that I have to force NVLink off just to get it to work at a decent fps, so no Surround for that one. Metro Exodus is only using one card, but I'm surprised at the framerates on moderate settings with RTX on while on Surround. 70s. I did do this for my design work mostly, but still happy to see that SLI/NVLink isn't totally dead. If there is a studio that would provide this sort of multi gpu support, even if it's down the road, it would be a studio like CDPR.



I think I like your Nvidia bridge better than the aorus from a design standpoint.


EDIT: We have the same case, I was worried I couldn't fit two cards vertically, but it seems that you've achieved this. is the fit without any DIY adjustment? Reread your post, looks like the big issue was the 2-slot bridge. disregard.
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I know this is a weird question but.. has anyone here tested a 2080 Ti (Or any Turing card on the 2000 series) with older Pre-UEFI motherboards? Specifically... LGA-775 boards? I'm just curious if the cards actually work at all in these systems.
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...somewhat ironically re. posts above, I'm running a (modded) Asus RoG NV bridge on my dual Aorus setup ...I have considered the vertical mount w/ PCIe extenders, but am still wondering about signal deterioration and so forth. Besides, I came up with some extra bracing (re. dual GPU with w-block weight) and I rather not take that apart anytime soon.

Still, what are the best aftermarket PCIe extenders to use...just in case ?
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Still, what are the best aftermarket PCIe extenders to use...just in case ?
Usually the ones made by 3M I would think. At least that's the first thing that comes to mind when I think of PCIE Extenders.
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Sincerely I don't see reviews that concentrate on rtx games. I know that with rtx differerence is bigger. Am I right?
2080 vs 2080ti
30% faster in BF V 1440p with RTX @ ultra
https://www.hardocp.com/article/2019..._performance/8

More in 4k

https://www.hardocp.com/article/2019..._performance/9
Thank you nice links 👍
It seems that in dxr performance difference is huge.
Don't understood if the big difference is due to vram that is not enough on 2080 or just because ti is more powerful

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