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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-09-2019, 09:10 AM - Thread Starter
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Upgrade Question - rtx 2080 to RTX 2080 Super

is it worth to upgrade my asus rtx 2080 oc (Standard) to the RTX 2080 Super?

will the performance be better if i will buy the RTX 2080 Super?
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I have the 2080 XC Ultra from EVGA, and I was doing some reading on watercooling for the different cards. There is definitely an improvement , however I believe it will be marginal. I would say a 5-10% increase in performance, for a 7% increase in price. The 2080 has 2,944 CUDA cores, whereas the 2080 Super has 3,072. The super also has two more Ray Tracing core.

I can't tell you exactly what this means for you. I can imagine you may see some more frames, but you won't be going from 60FPS , to 100 if that is what you are expecting.
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OC your memory and bam! - you've got yourself 2080 Super.

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OC your memory and bam! - you've got yourself 2080 Super.
This; 3072->2944 shaders is a 4.3% increase. If you OC your core (if necessary) and your vRAM, you'll be at most 4.3% behind a 2080S (with similar cooling, since temps determine sustained clock speeds). Not every scenario will you be 'shader limited.' The ray tracing is going to be "bad" regardless (my personal [biased] opinion based on the low frame-rates that even the 2080ti can sustain).

If your current 2080 has a meh cooler/doesn't OC well, it could be worth it to step up to a super, but IMO it really isn't worth it.
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The most performance difference between 2080 Super and non-Super is about 7%. This is the same card with increased amount of stuff that does not do anything for the result performance. After overclocking memory you will end up with the very same results.


The only reason someone might want 2080 S is when they do not own 2080 at all. But OP, seriously... Use Google, finding out the answer for your question takes literally 5 seconds.

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Quote: Originally Posted by BroadPwns View Post
The most performance difference between 2080 Super and non-Super is about 7%. This is the same card with increased amount of stuff that does not do anything for the result performance. After overclocking memory you will end up with the very same results.


The only reason someone might want 2080 S is when they do not own 2080 at all. But OP, seriously... Use Google, finding out the answer for your question takes literally 5 seconds.


the rtx 2080 super has better ray+tracying performance from the 2080 ??
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2080 super isn't enough of an upgrade for the huge loss you will take on selling a normal 2080 second hand.

Not sure where you're at, but in the US a 2080S would cost around $750+ with tax. Selling a standard 2080 used will fetch around $500.
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