Wednesday, November 22nd 2017

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Shows Up in Final Fantasy XV Benchmarks

The RTX family debuted with top of the line graphics cards, but the Turing era is just started and there will be new members joining those first products. One of the most expected is the RTX 2060, and now this new graphics card has been seen in Final Fantasy XV benchmarking database. This information should be taken with a grain of salt, but in the past this listing has showed us upcoming products such as the Radeon RX 590, so the evidence is quite interesting. According to this data, the RTX 2060 would perform slightly below the Radeon RX Vega 56 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070, but its numbers are quite better than those of the GTX 1060.

NVIDIA itself confirmed there would be a "mainstream" product in the Turing family in the future, and although the company seems now focused on selling out their excess inventory of mid-range Pascal graphics cards -Black Friday could help there-, the new GPU could be announced in the next few weeks and some analysts expect it to be available on Q1 2019. It'll be interesting to confirm if the data in our TPU database is correct, but we're specially curious about the price point it'll have.
Source: Overclock 3D
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121 Comments on NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Shows Up in Final Fantasy XV Benchmarks

#1
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
I can't wait for the "RT 2030" with ray tracing performance of 0.1 fps! :laugh: Yes, I will be buying it just for the nerd factor of having one and watching it struggle, lol.
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#2
trog100
if you take out ray tracing which i am sure it wont have you end up with a muddled up overlap between between pascal and turin..

trog
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#4
Kamgusta
qubit said:
I can't wait for the "RT 2030" with ray tracing performance of 0.1 fps! :laugh: Yes, I will be buying it just for the nerd factor of having one and watching it struggle, lol.
I'd wait for that +33% performance increase from a RX580, instead.
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#5
SIGSEGV
final fantasy... take with many tons of salt instead grain
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#6
Vayra86
Inb4 another few % loss on Nvidia stock.

This is shaping up to be one of the worst generations of GPU in ten years.
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#7
EarthDog
So, in this bench at 4k, a 2060 is 10% slower than 2080, a few slower than a 1070 and around 33% faster than a 1060. Seems par for the Turing course.

Will it have RT abilities and Tensor cores active? I dont recall offhand if that was confirmed. If not, perhaps pricing may be a lot better and more inline with what users want....
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#8
HTC
Is there any confirmation of whether or not it's GTX 2060 or RTX 2060?

The difference would be RTX has RT capabilities while GTX hasn't. If it doesn't, will nVidia still stick to the RTX naming scheme anyway?
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#9
Tsukiyomi91
an RTX2060 shown up in FFXV benches? maybe there is hope for Nvidia after all. Perhaps a good day to see this...

@HTC it's gonna be a 50/50 thing here. Again, the ones who got the final say is Nvidia, not us. So, we all can only wait & see. Also, my interest in RTX has returned after the "lacklustre" performance that is RTX2070, 2080 & 2080Ti, regardless of being F.E or not.
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#10
HTC
Tsukiyomi91 said:
an RTX2060 shown up in FFXV benches? maybe there is hope for Nvidia after all. Perhaps a good day to see this...

@HTC it's gonna be a 50/50 thing here. Again, the ones who got the final say is Nvidia, not us. So, we all can only wait & see. Also, my interest in RTX has returned after the "lacklustre" performance that is RTX2070, 2080 & 2080Ti, regardless of being F.E or not.
This, along with a possible 2050 card will be the most nVidia 2000 series sold card, so it's pertinent.

nVidia does have the final say but i figure it being called RTX and not having RT (still unknown, so far) is @ least misleading, no?
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#11
stimpy88
Just when we all thought the 2070 was the most pointless card ever...
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#12
jormungand
Another RTX 20xx card...... if it was just the price, but after so many problems with those cards and high prices they bring another loser to the line up.
smart move was restocking GTX 1080 TIs and selling them as hotcakes on Black Friday. Gonna keep saving my money
Unless they finally fix the issues with the RTX series and lower the prices i wont consider to buy one. By then just hope they bring the new series fixed and better prices, unless AMD
realizes that they are missing the opportunity to :nutkick:nvidia.
god, i remember when i was inlove with these cards



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#13
champsilva
Vayra86 said:
Inb4 another few % loss on Nvidia stock.

This is shaping up to be one of the worst generations of GPU in ten years.
This has nothing to do with RTX, this is what kids says, nvidia delivered "poor" results specially cause of mining.

RTX 2060, i thought 2060 wouldnt have RT, no nvidia, whyyyyy
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#14
BakerMan1971
Well previous rumours had the 2060 with a GTX label, which made sense.
Hopefully it will be a competitive unit.
The RTX2070 while not great on Raytracing is certainly a plausible upgrade for anyone back on say a GTX 970. Seen them as low as £460 which I think is about £50-70 too much IMHO, fingers crossed sensible pricing arrives soon.
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#15
Th3pwn3r
Running that card at that resolution seems silly to me anyhow...for anyone wanting to game at 4k I suggest a 1080 at minimum.
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#16
EarthDog
stimpy88 said:
Just when we all thought the 2070 was the most pointless card ever...
premature speculation is premature.

We dont even know if this is RT. If the results are real etc.. and people have already relit the torches.

This place makes me Ill at times how people jump to conclusions.
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#17
ppn
RayTaX 2060. realistic puddles at 720p30!
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#19
TheOne
I wonder how much they are going to charge for this one, while completely forgetting they're targeting gamers and not professionals.
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#20
M2B
stimpy88 said:
Just when we all thought the 2070 was the most pointless card ever...
The most pointless card ever beats AMD's fastest card ever, interesting.
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#21
TheinsanegamerN
jormungand said:
Another RTX 20xx card...... if it was just the price, but after so many problems with those cards and high prices they bring another loser to the line up.
smart move was restocking GTX 1080 TIs and selling them as hotcakes on Black Friday. Gonna keep saving my money
Unless they finally fix the issues with the RTX series and lower the prices i wont consider to buy one. By then just hope they bring the new series fixed and better prices, unless AMD
realizes that they are missing the opportunity to :nutkick:nvidia.
god, i remember when i was inlove with these cards




It really is a shame, for the first time ATi/AMD finally has mature drivers and proper support, instead of having to wait 6 years to get the full performance of the card, on top of GPU requirements beginning to stall out on newer games to the point where 4-5 year old GPUs can still game easily....

And AMD has nothing to show for it, no new GPU lineup, except for the 12nm oddball 590 that is, IMO, a half baked product. Vega was promising, but failed to deliver on the performance front, at least for games, and AMD's next chip is probably at least a year away, if not two, because who knows when navi will come out as a consumer GPU.

If only the polaris 12nm shrink was successful, AMD could be putting the screws to nvidia right now with cheaper GPUs while making a nice margin on top to fund GPU development, but instead its pascal all over again, but with far higher prices.
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#22
xkm1948
Dominating the opponent in absolute performance, energy efficiency. Bringing in awesome new features to move the industry forward. Yet according to some people they are “losers” . Talking about mental gymnastics.
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#23
Blueberries
Depending on where the MSRP lands on this card it could be the "affordable 4k" option that everyone has been asking for.
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#24
Th3pwn3r
M2B said:
The most pointless card ever beats AMD's fastest card ever, interesting.
Really? By beat you mean it's price per performance ratio is better? I guess we should all consider the most pointless card ever then.
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#25
kastriot
If this is not another salty lie i guess it will be great card for 200-250$.. ups sorry i meant 400$.
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