And judging by the owners thread on OCN (hardly an encompassing part of the universe of Turing buyers, but it's likely indicative), the 2080ti makes the bulk of the revenue.That is only comparing the revenue generated in the first 8 weeks after release of Pascal vs the first 8 weeks after the release of Turing.
Turd in the punchbowl here is only the 1080 and 1070 were available in the first 8 weeks, with the 1080ti coming some 6 months later. Turing released the 2080ti on launch day.
Since we are comparing only revenue of a partial launch of the mid range only cards to the revenue of a full release of turing cards (with a 30% mark up on their gpu's not to mention the 1200 2080ti all available during that timeframe). That tells me that in just units sold, the 1080 and 1070 alone likely surpassed that of the entire Turing line-up. And if you were to add in the later released 1080ti's first 8 weeks figures to pascals figures it would be a runaway slam dunking on Turing.