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RTX2080 Super shows 8% better performance vs RTX2080 in Final Fantasy XV benchmark

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Not really a high enough jump imo

Maybe a score of 9000-9200 I would have bought it. 2080 ti still would be way ahead even then.

I am going to wait for next year and full RDNA, intel dedicated... let's see what Nvidia does then. I am placing bets on AMD's full RDNA next year round Fall time beating 2080 ti across the board at $599 msrp.
 
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It's not more expensive than existing 2080.

So, 8% basically for free!
Good enough.

(Oh and it finally clearly beats the 1080 Ti, which 2080 didn't do...)
 
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It's not more expensive than existing 2080.

So, 8% basically for free!
Good enough.

(Oh and it finally clearly beats the 1080 Ti, which 2080 didn't do...)
fair enough. :) plus it overclocks probably really good as well. so maybe it will come within 5% of stock 2080 ti once it has a max overclock on it with very high fan curve.
 
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Ah the lovely "realistic" benchmark, someone should make a geekbench for GPUs to be used for other benches and make it horrendously inaccurate like this one is.
 
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Ah the lovely "realistic" benchmark, someone should make a geekbench for GPUs to be used for other benches and make it horrendously inaccurate like this one is.
yeah we only have two days to wait for all the other benches, so eh. might as well just log off until then
 
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Let's all remember this is but one benchmark. Before jumping to any conclusions let's wait for all the rest of the benchmarks to get an overall better view of what the GPU can/can't do.
 
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I finally took the plunge & bought 3DMARK yesterday. Was also thinking about AIDA64 but it looks like you have to renew it every 1 to 3 years.
 
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I finally took the plunge & bought 3DMARK yesterday
3DMark is great to test the stability of your system/overclock.

As a benchmark... well, bragging rights. Not much else. It doesn't reflect gaming performance at all, especially with recent titles and recent cards.
But, it still works GREAT to check if your 100Mhz overclock works or crashes spectacularly in a ball of fire.
 
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Definitely what the 2080 should have been. At least there is a slightly compelling reason to look at it. The og 2080 was silly. $700 for making everything look like poo when you could have just had a 1080ti.
 

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Not enough to justify upgrading from a 2070 or 2080.
 
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A far more compelling card at the golden $699 price now, the original was overpriced and the Radeon VII was a joke right from the start.
 
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A far more compelling card at the golden $699 price now
Prices haven't been announced, so you can't know that.
and the Radeon VII was a joke right from the start.
That depends greatly on your usage scenario. 16GB of HMB2 made for a great compute card and guaranteed that games would not run out of VRAM anytime in the near future.

Not enough to justify upgrading from a 2070 or 2080.
Very true.
 
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Prices haven't been announced, so you can't know that.
Say what ?


It's been on preorder/notify since the announcement, right on their website, at this exact price.

p.s. - I can't get on the US website, no matter what, keeps redirecting me to EU websites... fkin geofencing... grrr
 
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3DMark is great to test the stability of your system/overclock.

As a benchmark... well, bragging rights. Not much else. It doesn't reflect gaming performance at all, especially with recent titles and recent cards.
But, it still works GREAT to check if your 100Mhz overclock works or crashes spectacularly in a ball of fire.
It tests the GPU well for stability/overclocking..not so much on the cpu with it's short physics test.

Also, 3dmark is a good representation of relative performance. You typically see similar differences between cards here as you do in games. It also depends on which bench you use too. Time spy... firestrike extreme, both do a solid job showing relative performance.
 
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Say what ?


It's been on preorder/notify since the announcement, right on their website, at this exact price.
No prices stated on that page and there is no presales link, only a "Notify me" link.

Try again...

EDIT, if you can see prices, post a screenshot...
 
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Say what ?


It's been on preorder/notify since the announcement, right on their website, at this exact price.
Hey I can't know that!

Also upgrading from a 2070 to a 2080 would be silly, my God these people...
 
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127434


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They do something weird with geo-redirecting and shit, unable to go to US website to see how that one looks.

It's clear that we're not seeing the same thing.

The star:
*Prijzen van NVIDIA. Prijzen kunnen verschillen bij partners.

That says - Prices of NVIDIA. Prices can differ for partners. (Which is funny because there is no partner option at all)
 
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It's clear that we're not seeing the same thing.
Seems so. Here's what we're seeing Stateside;
2080SuperNVidiaPage.jpg

Thanks for posting the screenshots. Based on those prices the USD price is likely to be $799 instead of the $699 stated above.
 
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Thanks for posting the screenshots. Based on those prices the USD price is likely to be $799 instead of the $699 stated above.
Unfortunately, no, you guys will still have it cheaper.

R9 3900X for example is $499 in us, and 549 Euro here... even if EUR itself is higher than USD
The VAT is killing it...

So "based on those prices" it will VERY likely to be $699 in US !
 
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Unfortunately, no, you guys will still have it cheaper.

R9 3900X for example is $499 in us, and 549 Euro here... even if EUR itself is higher than USD
The VAT is killing it...

So "based on those prices" it will VERY likely to be $699 in US !
Interesting. Time will tell.. Remember, most of us still pay sales taxes.
 
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A far more compelling card at the golden $699 price now, the original was overpriced and the Radeon VII was a joke right from the start.
$700 for the new FE, I was pretty close I'd say.
 
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