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Alleged RTX 2080 3DMARK Time Spy result leaks

RTX 2070 or RTX 2080?

Reported RTX 2080 3DMARK Time Spy result leaks

Alleged RTX 2080 3DMARK Time Spy result leaks

It looks like performance data for Nvidia's RTX series of graphics cards has started to leak onto the web, revealing a graphics card with an 8GB frame buffer and a listed memory speed of 7,000MHz, lining up perfectly with either the Nvidia RTX 2070 or RTX 2080, both of which use 14Gbps GDDR6 memory. 

This benchmark result comes courtesy of TUM_APISAK, who frequently uncovers benchmark results for upcoming hardware on the 3DMARK database and other online benchmark libraries.

It is likely that this leaked 3DMARK Time Spy result is from an RTX 2080, because the RTX 2070 has no firm release date and is unlikely to be as widely available to developers as the RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti. There is likely more RTX 2080 graphics cards in the wild today, making it the most likely graphics card to be used in this leaked benchmark. The alleged RTX 2080 has a graphics score that is 500 points over a GTX 1080 Ti, a boost of around 5%, giving it similar performance to a Titan Xp.      

Reported RTX 2080 3DMARK Time Spy result leaks

(Image from TUM_APISAK)

  
If this benchmark result is indeed for an RTX 2080, it means that the GPU offers comparable performance to a moderately overclocked GTX 1080 Ti, explaining is high retail pricing. Today, the lowest priced GTX 1080 Ti on Overclockers UK is £689.99, a mere £26 lower than the cheapest pre-order price for a custom RTX 2080 Ti. 

You can join the discussion on this alleged RTX 2080 3DMARK Time Spy benchmark result on the OC3D Forums

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28-08-2018, 05:12:28

Warchild
Makes sense given the CUDA cores. I'm more inclined to believe this now that we see some initial specs. Although, it still seems like the GPU clock speeds are an undefined grey area.Quote

28-08-2018, 05:15:07

Kaapstad
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Makes sense given the CUDA cores. I'm more inclined to believe this now that we see some initial specs. Although, it still seems like the GPU clock speeds are an undefined grey area.
The clocks are believable for a 2080, large 12nm chips can still reach high clockspeeds.

Here is one of mine, with an air cooled card.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/23981974?

Graphics Score 14 598Quote

28-08-2018, 05:24:04

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
The clocks are believable for a 2080, large 12nm chips can still reach high clockspeeds.

Here is one of mine, with an air cooled card.

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/23981974?

Graphics Score 14 598
Of course, I didnt say they were not believable. It's just that everywhere I look at the cards on sale I see TBC in place of the clock specifications.

That tells me that they are either doing this to prevent predictions such as "its only X% faster than a 1080ti" or they finalising the cards with some tweaks and touchups, to ensure a good product launch.

edit* Just saw the gainward golden sample posting a clock speed of 1650hz. Seems pretty decent for a first derivative.Quote

28-08-2018, 05:28:06

elrasho
3 FPS faster Quote

28-08-2018, 07:28:15

mantisian
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Originally Posted by elrasho View Post
3 FPS faster
Yeah, totally worth it Quote
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