2080 super vs 2080 ti
In this article, we will compare the performance of two Nvidia GPUs (2080 Super and 2080 Ti).
We will compare its specs and performance indicators to let you know which ones can provide the highest FPS in the latest version and which resolution is the best for each card. Other specs, including their size, cooling capacity, VRAM in each, and the entire architecture behind them, will play a role as well.
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Also, the effective speed of the 2080 Super is about 30 times that of the really not-so-old 1080 Ti, but it can be difficult to be commercially successful because it is priced close to the High-end and the 1080 Ti can Be able to provide excellent service requires selling the kidney to get a smooth gaming experience.
Let's take a "behind the scenes" look at the two GPUs we are dealing with.
Both GPUs are based on the new Nvidia Turing architecture. Therefore, they are sister units that are more united through the common features of their architecture, rather than being divided by settings. The key to the
Turing architecture is to use dedicated cores for different tasks. It uses Tensor cores to provide AI, thereby reducing GPU workload in extreme machine learning. It also uses an RT kernel to handle ray tracing, which means it will provide you with more realistic images than you are used to.
At least, you will use it when many game designers join. Today, this is a revolution that has yet to take place. The architecture that has surprised people is the use of Turing NVENC, which means that casual presenters don't need a dedicated streaming PC. If you plan to overclock your GPU,
cooling is especially important! The
2080 Super is equipped with a biaxial open air cooler, which should at least reduce its noise level at first; Under pressure test conditions, it will never exceed 75 degrees. If you want to upgrade to liquid cooling at a certain stage, you can drop it by 10 degrees or even 20 degrees, but there's not a lot of "headroom" to overclock Super, so is it worth your time (or cost)? Controversial. The
2080 Ti has the same cooling fan, giving you comparable results out of the box - cooling to around 75 degrees during the stress test. The water-cooled 2080 Ti can also lower the operating temperature by 20 degrees. The difference between the
and 2080 Ti is that it has a larger overclocking range, which means you can take it further with roughly similar cooling results.
When buying a GPU, make sure its size fits the build of your PC; otherwise, your friends will never let you down.
In terms of size, there is no choice between 2080 Super and 2080 Ti. 10.5 inches is the standard for the 2080 range, which shouldn't cause you any problems unless you put your heart into the micro-drill. In terms of
power interface, 2080 Super has 6pin and one 8pin, while Ti has 2x 8pin.
If the graphics card has a final result, it is resolution/fps. It is no surprise that the most expensive 2080Ti won the prize. The overall effective 3D speed of the
2020 Super is 138%, and the 2080 Ti comes in and surprises you at a speed of 176%, even before any overclocking.
In lighting effects, multi-rendering and NBody calculations, Ti just surpassed its cheaper products of the same level, usually providing more than 20% effective extra speed, in some areas more than 30%.
Once you overclock the two processors, Ti starts to drift farther, and there is room to effectively use its overclocking. Then it can provide 46mm NBody calculations over 2080 Super. However, when you apply fps to a specific game, the potential advantage of Ti is reduced to a barely obvious level, because the current games on the market do not have enough development time to actually use these improvements. For example, in Fortnite, 2080 Super gives you a speed of 185 fps, while Ti is only 197 for you. In GTA V, Super gives you 121 fps, while Ti is only 140.
Ti has huge potential waiting to be unlocked. But it needs other parts of the game world to catch up and use it before it can justify its incredible price compared to Super in terms of fps and resolution. In other words, although both of these cards provide you with a path to 4K gaming, Ti will be the ultimate choice.
Once again, in terms of ray tracing, both GPUs can enhance your gaming experience. Super brings top-of-the-line ray tracing to the 2080 series with its RT core and Turing architecture, so it can certainly now provide you with impressive results, use it wherever the game exists. However, its overall fps and higher resolution scores, as well as RT cores, will provide better results for Ti in the future, when game designers push their vision to use dedicated RT cores for maximum efficiency.
With these GPUs, when it comes to ray tracing, the real question is whether you want impressive results now, but want a limited (super) future, or ultimately future-oriented ray tracing. Get extra money here and now, it may not come back (You).
VRAM doesn't need us to explain. To play at 1080p resolution, you will need
The same is true for the 352-bit memory bus.
However, in terms of memory clock, there is a slightly different story to tell:
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is between 2080 Super and 2080 Ti, neither of which is currently a particularly exciting value proposition.
If you choose Super, you can get almost the same effect with Super 2070 (although you will lose about 17 effective speed), but much less.
If you choose Ti, then the GPU you buy will dominate the market today, and you may have to lower the price to stimulate usage and growth. Unless you have cash to throw away, it seems super the way to go at first. But if your eyes are frugal, Ti can provide more future protection for your GPU dollars.