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Nvidia RTX 20 series leaks showcase boosted per CUDA core performance

A 50% boost per CUDA core?

Nvidia finally shares RTX 2080 performance data.

Nvidia RTX 20 series leaks showcase boosted per CUDA core performance

After Nvidia's Geforce Gaming Celebration livestream, the company hosted an offline event where selected editors and media personalities were provided with more information about Geforce-powered Turing graphics cards.

Videocardz has managed to grab some slides from this event and has leaked them online, listing a review embargo date of September 14th, less than a week before RTX 20 series graphics cards will start to ship. 

Perhaps the most exciting aspect of this leak is the slide below, which reveals Turing's boosted SM performance, with Nvidia listing a 50-60% boost in per CUDA core performance over Pascal, achieving a boost as high as 100% in specific applications like VRMARK. 

While these numbers may be cherry-picked to have the greatest impact, a 50% boost in SM performance is nothing to scoff at. It seems like Nvidia's redesigned SMs are paying off. Several questions remain, what kind of clock/clock performance gain should we expect from Pascal and will these new SM designs lower Turing's overclocking potential. 
 

Nvidia RTX 20 series leaks showcase boosted per CUDA core performance

(Image from Videocardz)


So far, Nvidia's Turing architecture appears to be an impressive leap over Pascal, though factors like their high pricing and their reliance on Ray-Tracing and AI, instead of traditional shader performance, has left them in a position where many potential customers are priced out of the market and are not willing to accept the transition toward in-game Ray Tracing. 
  
You can join the discussion on Nvidia's RTX 20 series CUDA core improvements on the OC3D Forums

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23-08-2018, 13:06:37

NeverBackDown
Useless figures. You honestly should not even have reported this. It's literally just a graph of bars with nothing to go off of.Quote

23-08-2018, 16:47:31

FTLN
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Useless figures. You honestly should not even have reported this. It's literally just a graph of bars with nothing to go off of.
Its also sourced from Videocardz, the same site that said OC3D and other youtubers were paid to visit booths at Computex... Take it with a pinch of salt...

I'm betting 7-10% performance increase at the best because it seems 2080ti is equivalent of TITAN XP, 2080 is equivalent of 1080ti, 2070 is equivalent of 1080..

Or maybe I'm wrong, most probably

**EDIT**

On a side note, did you know that NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huand is the uncle of AMD CEO Lisa Su Quote

23-08-2018, 18:48:10

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by FTLN View Post
On a side note, did you know that NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huand is the uncle of AMD CEO Lisa Su
Shall we take this with a pinch of salt as well or? ...Quote

23-08-2018, 19:45:40

Wraith
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Originally Posted by FTLN View Post
Its also sourced from Videocardz, the same site that said OC3D and other youtubers were paid to visit booths at Computex... Take it with a pinch of salt...

I'm betting 7-10% performance increase at the best because it seems 2080ti is equivalent of TITAN XP, 2080 is equivalent of 1080ti, 2070 is equivalent of 1080..

Or maybe I'm wrong, most probably

**EDIT**

On a side note, did you know that NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huand is the uncle of AMD CEO Lisa Su
Now you mention it I think you could be right.

https://i.imgur.com/wcUFpmX.jpg

Seriously though apparently they are related something I read a while ago that Lisas grand father and Jensens mother are brother and sister. So Jensen would be her distant Uncle.Quote
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