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3DMARK Time Spy Benchmark result leaks for Nvidia RTX 2080

Is the RTX 2080 faster than a GTX 1080 Ti?

3DMARK Time Spy Benchmark result leaks for Nvidia RTX 2080

3DMARK Time Spy Benchmark result leaks for Nvidia RTX 2080

It's finally happened, benchmarking data for a Nvidia RTX 2080 graphics card has appeared on the UL benchmarks 3DMARK database, revealing the performance of Nvidia's latest GPU offering.  

In 3DMARK Time Spy Extreme, the RTX 2080 achieved a graphics score of 4925, a score which is significantly higher than what we have seen on Nvidia's GTX 1080 Ti hardware. For context, when we tested MSI's GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio, a high-end factory overclocked GTX 1080 Ti, we recorded a Graphics Score of 4677.  

It is worth noting that this result is probably from Nvidia's RTX 2080 Founders Edition, which ships with a factory overclock, though it is likely that AIB RTX 2080 cards will release with the same (or higher) overclock out of the box, lest their custom models be considered inferior to Nvidia's home-grown offering. 

Assuming that this result is accurate, Nvidia's RTX 2080 is capable of surpassing high-end GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, though readers should never judge a new product based on the results of a single benchmark.  

3DMARK Time Spy Benchmark result leaks for Nvidia RTX 2080  

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14-09-2018, 11:44:36

Wraith
That GPU score puts it in 1080Ti territory but the i9 7900X has to have helped tonnes overall especially if you cross reference with our own Time spy scores.

https://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=82576Quote

14-09-2018, 11:56:16

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
That GPU score puts it in 1080Ti territory but the i9 7900X has to have helped tonnes overall especially if you cross reference with our own Time spy scores.

https://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=82576
I was a bit confuddled when I read "significantly better than a 1080 Ti" when I have a score that is a few points higher than this supposed 2080 score with a 1080 Ti Quote

14-09-2018, 12:11:49

AlienALX
Fake news. It can't be significantly faster than a 1080Ti if it does not beat my Titan XP.

Look at the graphics score.

https://i.imgur.com/OGoUex2.jpg?1

4932. The 2080 supposedly scores 4925. Couple more things to bear in mind.

1. Unlike the last "leak" this time they are using a real CPU. Which of course will bump up all of the scores. It always does. That was why I bought a 3970x, because I was tired of getting crap benchmark scores due to having a quad core CPU.

2. I doubt that card is overclocked. If it is though? then IMO it will be *dead* even with a 1080Ti. The problem? it costs around the same.

It is also the punier Turing card, meaning it will be about as useful for RT as a chocolate teapot, given even the £1100 2080Ti can only manage 1080p.

Oh yeah, I have another 20mhz boost to play with too. I have my card at "dead stable overclock for everything" ATM. I could push higher for the benchmark if I wanted (don't have the time to be rebooting the PC etc ATM)

Oh, and also this...

https://forum.overclock3d.net/showth...467#post992467Quote

14-09-2018, 13:33:18

Wraith
Given that at the moment all unboxings and every reviewer is stating the same thing... "We have no Drivers" So that being said if this is to be believed it's just a generic vga adapter driver.

Take from that what you will.Quote

16-09-2018, 17:40:55

Ubersonic
Damn, that's not just higher than a 1080ti out of the box, it's higher than a Titan Xp too.Quote
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