RTX 2080 Ti avec i7-8700K des benchmarks Qualité ultra à des paramètres de qualité

En termes de coût, la tarification est clairement un véritable problème ici et le prix RTX 2080 Ti est tout simplement ridicule. Pour ceux sur les moniteurs 1080p ou même 1440p, RTX 2080 Ti le est très cher et il ya des choix de valeur plus à court terme. Il est intéressant de noter que le RTX 2080 Ti est une carte très avide de puissance et nécessite une unité d'alimentation décent. En termes de mémoire, le RTX 2080 Ti Mo 11264 de RAM est plus que suffisant pour les jeux modernes et ne devrait pas causer de goulots d'étranglement. 4k Gaming est joyeux sur ce RTX 2080 Ti point, et avec un peu de peaufinage à vos paramètres AA, il serait difficile d'imaginer un titre ne peut pas 60 fps en moyenne.

 RTX 2080 Ti avec i7-8700K des benchmarks Qualité ultra à des paramètres de qualité
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
Prix € 1,044.6
Année 2018
Température maximale enregistrée 83C
Bruit maximum de ventilateur 49.2dB
Alimentation recommandée 600W
CPU Benchmark Intel Core i7-8700K @ 3.70GHz ($369.89)
Impact CPU sur FPS + 0.0 FPS
Impact CPU sur FPS% 0.0%
Paramètres de qualité de référence Ultra Quality Settings
Rendement moyen en 1080p 160.9 FPS
Rendement 1440p moyen 124.0 FPS
Rendement moyen de 4K 75.3 FPS
Mémoire 11 GB
Coût 1080p par image € 7.1
1440p Coût Par Image € 9.2
Coût 4K par image € 15.2
Série RTX 2080 Ti
Score global combiné 66/100 Bon

Performances du jeu Qualité ultra aux réglages

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2019 Anthem
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2019 Far Cry New Dawn
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161.5
2019 Resident Evil 2
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195.8
2019 Metro Exodus
78
87.3
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
178
198.0
2018 F1 2018
145
161.2
2018 Far Cry 5
99
110.0
2018 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
71
79.7
2018 Final Fantasy XV
123
137.7
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
120
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2018 Forza Horizon 4
134
149.0
2018 Fallout 76
143
159.3
2018 Hitman 2
111
124.0
2018 Just Cause 4
113
126.0
2018 Monster Hunter: World
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135.7
2018 Battlefield V
163
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2017 Assassin's Creed Origins
106
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2017 Shadow of War
125
139.7
2017 Total War: Warhammer II
104
116.2
2017 Wolfenstein II
235
261.8
2017 Destiny 2
202
225.0
2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
108
120.0
2017 Fortnite Battle Royale
134
149.1
2017 Need For Speed: Payback
157
174.5
2017 For Honor
209
232.7
2017 Project CARS 2
148
164.8
2017 Forza Motorsport 7
179
199.7
2016 Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
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118.3
2016 Battlefield 1
145
161.8
2016 Overwatch
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2016 Dishonored 2
108
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2015 Grand Theft Auto V
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2015 Rocket League
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2015 Need For Speed
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2015 Project CARS
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2015 Rainbow Six Siege
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2012 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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2009 League of Legends
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2019 Anthem
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2019 Metro Exodus
54
67.9
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
109
137.0
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146.8
2018 Far Cry 5
86
108.0
2018 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
51
64.0
2018 Final Fantasy XV
81
101.4
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
83
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2018 Forza Horizon 4
100
125.0
2018 Fallout 76
120
151.0
2018 Hitman 2
64
81.0
2018 Just Cause 4
74
93.1
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95.0
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2017 Shadow of War
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2017 Wolfenstein II
159
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2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
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2017 Fortnite Battle Royale
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2017 Need For Speed: Payback
100
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2017 For Honor
108
135.7
2017 Project CARS 2
93
116.3
2017 Forza Motorsport 7
144
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2016 Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
82
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2016 Battlefield 1
124
155.8
2016 Overwatch
127
159.6
2016 Dishonored 2
82
102.8
2015 Grand Theft Auto V
95
118.9
2015 Rocket League
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2015 Need For Speed
116
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2015 Project CARS
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2015 Rainbow Six Siege
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2009 League of Legends
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2019 Metro Exodus
29
42.7
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
51
73.0
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68
97.4
2018 Far Cry 5
49
70.0
2018 Assassin's Creed Odyssey
31
45.0
2018 Final Fantasy XV
40
58.2
2018 Shadow of the Tomb Raider
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59.0
2018 Forza Horizon 4
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83.0
2018 Fallout 76
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83.0
2018 Hitman 2
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48.0
2018 Just Cause 4
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48.5
2018 Monster Hunter: World
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45.6
2018 Battlefield V
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84.0
2017 Assassin's Creed Origins
42
60.0
2017 Shadow of War
49
71.2
2017 Total War: Warhammer II
38
55.5
2017 Wolfenstein II
85
121.9
2017 Destiny 2
67
97.0
2017 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
36
52.0
2017 Fortnite Battle Royale
36
52.5
2017 Need For Speed: Payback
61
87.3
2017 For Honor
47
67.9
2017 Project CARS 2
67
96.9
2017 Forza Motorsport 7
105
151.2
2016 Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation
61
87.5
2016 Battlefield 1
67
97.1
2016 Overwatch
57
81.9
2016 Dishonored 2
56
81.4
2015 Grand Theft Auto V
43
62.8
2015 Rocket League
94
135.7
2015 Need For Speed
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96.9
2015 Project CARS
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96.9
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98.9
2012 Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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2009 League of Legends
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RTX 2080 Ti Spécifications

RTX 2080 Ti Board Design

Board NumberPG150 SKU 30
Length10.5 inches 267 mm
Outputs1x HDMI3x DisplayPort1x USB Type-C
Power Connectors2x 8-pin
Slot WidthDual-slot
TDP250 W

RTX 2080 Ti Clock Speeds

Boost Clock1545 MHz
GPU Clock1350 MHz
Memory Clock1750 MHz 14000 MHz effective

RTX 2080 Ti Graphics Card

Bus InterfacePCIe 3.0 x16
GenerationGeForce 2000
Launch Price999 USD
ProductionActive
Release DateSep 20th, 2018

RTX 2080 Ti Graphics Features

CUDA7.5
DirectX12.0 (12_1)
OpenCL2
OpenGL4.6
Shader Model6.1
Vulkan1.1.82

RTX 2080 Ti Graphics Processor

ArchitectureTuring
Die Size754 mm²
GPU NameTU102
GPU VariantTU102-300-K1-A1
Process Size12 nm
Transistors18,600 million

RTX 2080 Ti Memory

Bandwidth616.0 GB/s
Memory Bus352 bit
Memory Size11264 MB
Memory TypeGDDR6

RTX 2080 Ti Render Config

ROPs88
RT Cores68
SM Count68
Shading Units4352
TMUs272
Tensor Cores544

RTX 2080 Ti Theoretical Performance

FP16 (half) performance26,895 GFLOPS (2:1)
FP32 (float) performance13,448 GFLOPS
FP64 (double) performance420.2 GFLOPS (1:32)
Pixel Rate136.0 GPixel/s
Texture Rate420.2 GTexel/s

Critics Reviews

GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, on the other hand, leverages low temperatures and ample headroom to skate on by. In the end, Nvidia built a big, beautiful flagship in its GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founder Edition.
Conclusion Our last PCI-Express scaling article was close to 20 months ago, with the GeForce GTX 1080 "Pascal," which we admit isn't exactly the predecessor of the RTX 2080 Ti, but was the fastest graphics card you could buy then.
Nvidia claims the new GeForce RTX 2080 graphics cards offer up to twice the performance of the predecessor GTX 1080, but that's assuming the game in question supports DLSS.
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is the new heavyweight champion of the graphics card industry, delivering a knockout blow to the former 1080 Ti champion. ... The Verdict. 81. Read our review policy.
Outputs on the EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 XC Ultra mirror NVIDIA’s design, though the case bracket on this 2.75-slot wide card is very difference.
The GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition is priced at ,200, which is nearly double that of its predecessor at launch. For the last few weeks, the Internet has been abuzz with news of NVIDIA's new Turing architecture, and the unique features it brings. NVIDIA is the first company to put graphics ...
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is an extraordinarily powerful graphics card that is able to push 60 fps 4K gaming, at long last, without any compromises.
Straight off the bat, moving from the blower cooler to the dual fan coolers, we see that the RTX 2080 holds its temperature a lot better than the previous generation GTX 1080 and GTX 1080 Ti.
Meanwhile the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti features 4352 Cuda cores, 272 texture cores and 88 ROPs. Memory-wise it has 11GB of GDDR6 VRAM with a speed of 14Gbps. Its base clock is 1,350MHz, and it ...
Launching today with full general availability is just the GeForce RTX 2080, as the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti was delayed a week to the 27th, while the GeForce RTX 2070 is due in October. So up for ...
The GeFoce RTX 2080 was significantly faster than even the Titan Xp and the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti was simply in a league of its own. The Radeon RX Vega 64 performed well here too, landing right in ...
The GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti aren’t like any other consumer graphics cards. Nvidia built these cards for the future. So much so, in fact, that we’re going to take the unusual step of ...
Nvidia claims the Turing TU102 chip in the 2080 Ti, with its 18.2 billion transistors, is the most powerful GPU ever placed in a GeForce graphics card, and as I'll discuss later in my benchmarks ...
Conclusion. Nvidia made it easy for us to fall in love with GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, the Turing-based flagship. The company started with a sophisticated TU102 processor architected to run faster, yet ...
All existing GPUs were tested with Nvidia's 399.07 and AMD's 18.8.2 drivers (the latest available in late August and early September), while the GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti were tested with ...
A Ferrari among gaming GPUs, Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition represents the fastest class of cards that money can buy. Just be ready to pay a supercar price to enjoy its luxury ride ...
Two and a half long years after the launch of the GeForce GTX 10-series, Nvidia’s next generation of graphics cards is finally here, and the GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti top our performance charts.
Turing Versus Turing: GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti Nvidia has used the "Ti" naming convention to differentiate its higher-performing GeForce graphics cards for as long as I can remember.
The factory overclocked GeForce RTX ™ 2080 Ti Founders Edition graphics card features a next-gen 13-phase power supply for maximum overclocking and dual-axial 13-blade fans coupled with a new vapor chamber for ultra-cool and quiet performance.
The RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti cards are available now, with the RTX 2070 slated for an October 2018 launch. All three cards will be available from Nvidia's board partners, such as EVGA, MSI, PNY ...
For Nvidia, we’re using build 411.51 for GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 2080. The other cards were tested with build 398.82. Titan V’s results were spot-checked with 411.51 to ensure performance didn ...
The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is the new heavyweight champion of the graphics card industry, delivering a knockout blow to the former 1080 Ti champion.
The RTX 2080 Ti will start at 9 for partner cards, while the RTX 2080 will start at 9. Meanwhile the RTX 2070 will launch at some point in October, with partner cards starting at 9.
Nvidia sent us the Star Wars demo above for testing. Both the GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti ran the demo at the full 24 frames per second it was designed for, at both 1440p and 4K resolution ...
The outputs on the MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio also mirror NVIDIA’s, but other than that, this card is essentially all custom. And though the case bracket is only two-slots wide, like the ...

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Masu 3 months ago
I have a 1080p monitor, 16 ram, i7 7700 . Will I have a bottleneck, too ugly?

I'm sorry for my English
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fridaytribune 3 months ago
RTX 2080 Ti custom liquid cooled?
Is there a liquid cooled custom RTX 2080 Ti GPU available? Can I SLI it?
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favouritedisband 3 months ago
I dont think any manifacturer has annouced one yet.
SLI as it was before isnt posible anymore.
Now you have to connect 2 Cards via NvLink and the Bridge does Cost 80 bucks...
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togetherpetite 3 months ago
Will the i7-6700k Bottleneck the RTX 2080Ti?
Will the i7-6700k Bottleneck the RTX 2080Ti?

Its time to upgrade Processor or not?
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sunnycomma 3 months ago
At 1080P res, at 6700K clock speeds, perhaps a little...

If the 6700K is clocked at 4.8 GHz (equaling the 7700K at the same clocks), much less so, as 8 threads still do VERY well in gaming alone, i.e., with no streaming
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memberssporty 4 months ago
GeForce RTX 2080 Ti which model ?
Hello everyone i am looking for order today GeForce RTX 2080 Ti which model ?

but i am not sure any model Asus or msi or Gigabyte and why

i hope some of you can help me thanks again
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tungadalsepia 4 months ago
Once again its a matter of preference-I am biased as I'm an Asus fan but in this case I wouldn't get the dual variant. If I had to make a choice it'd be the msi duke
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giantenvoy 4 months ago
RTX 2080 Ti + I7 4790 = bottleneck?
Hello So my current build is I7 4790 MSI H97 Gaming 3 16Gb ddr3 1600 gtx 970 2K monitor 165Hz and now I want to buy the RTX 2080Ti so my question here will there be a bottleneck?

playing on 1440p

Thank You
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servicesdicing 4 months ago
Depends on the game. At 1440p it should get pretty close to fully utilizing the GPU in most games. In very cpu heavy titles you may see some CPU bottlenecking, however it wont be severe. That system should be capable of playing any game at very reasonable framerates 1440p max settings.
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barberpickle 4 months ago
750W enough for GTX 1080 + RTX 2080 Ti?
I'm not too hardware-savvy, so I appreciate your input. I preordered an RTX 2080 Ti today. My rig currently has a GTX 1080, i7 7700K, 32 GB RAM, Evo 960 M.2, and a WiFi card. Will a 750W PSU be enough (without overclocking), or will I need something higher? I don't plan on overclocking it. Thanks!
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mercifultuesday 4 months ago
750 should be fine
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monkbrunnich 4 months ago
RTX 2080Ti and MSI Z270-A PRO compatibility?
with the RTX 2080Ti almost out I'm looking to see if my current hardware will support it.
I have a MSI Z270-A PRO motherboard and these are my remaining specs.

Intel i7-7700K 4.2GHz,
NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti ,
32GB RAM,
3TB HDD,
240GB SSD,
WiFi,
Liquid Cool,
Win10
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cocoillegal 4 months ago
The key is your psu.
Your current GTX1080ti normally needs a 6 and a 8 pin pcie power connector.
The RTX2080ti cards I have seen need two 8 pin connectors or 75w more power.
If you have a quality psu in the 650-750w range, you should be ok.
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keroseneengorge 4 months ago
Upgrading from gtx 1080 Ti to Rtx 2080?
Hello guys, i'm thinking of upgrading my gtx 1080 ti to an "new" Rtx 2080 (still not sure is the rumor is true or something), i,m playing mostly at 4K 60 fps, but i think the rtx can give me more performance to maintain the fps, do u think this is worth? Or i could wait for another gen? (Want to sell this to buy another)
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knightrampallian 4 months ago


Best to wait for the reviews, and from more than one source.
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alienlily 4 months ago
RTX 2080 Ti Bottleneck i7 8700k?
Yesterday the new RTX series of GPU's by Nvidia got announced and since they're "The biggest leap in performance" they have done so far, i am planning on getting the 2080 Ti in the near future. I currently have an i7 8700k, 32GB RAM, and an RM 850x PSU. I know that the RAM will be fine and i am guessing the PSU will also be fine, but i do not know if the i7 8700k will Bottleneck the RTX 2080 Ti.
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endnotetokahee 4 months ago
The word bottleneck is used way too much and everything is a bottleneck. It's a stupid word people band about without really caring.

No, your system will NOT bottleneck the new card.

Chances are, an old i7 4790k will not bottleneck the card as well.

Also the card will be a bit pointless if you only play 1080p, unless that ray tracing is that important to you.
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subduedicecream 5 months ago
RTX 2080 Ti in Cooler Master N600 will it fit?
Hello guys, I am noob in these kind of thing, so sry for asking
I have this case http://www.coolermaster.com/case/mid-tower/n600/ and i want to put in a 2080 ti probably this one https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-GAMING-Graphics-11G-P4-2383-KR/dp/B07GHW9VJZ
Will it fit? Isnt card too large for that case?
THXX for helping!
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guapocolumn 5 months ago
The case is the following height, width and length: 207mm x 455mm x 520mm.
The GPU is the following height, width and length: 59.944mm x 269.24mm x 114.3mm

Will it fit? yes it will fit.

The case is even so big, almost every GPU will fit (almost)

So conclusion:

Will it Fit?
Answer = YES
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stormletter 5 months ago
rtx 2080ti
As the title says I have the new rtx 2080 ti and im thinking that im suffering of bottleneck with mi i7 6700k but im not an expert in hardware so ill expose my basic diagnostic:

(NOTE: sorry for my english)

Playing games like BF1, Ghost Recon Wildlands, etc the CPU is about 70% usage and the GPU is about 60-70% usage. In some videos I have seen that they have CPU with an usage about 20% and GPU about 100%. That's what made me doubt.

I had the intention of purchase a new CPU (i7 8700k) when i bought the rtx2080ti but im saving money, that 2080ti has been painful.

Thank you

Full Setup:
CPU: i7 6700k GPU: Asus rtx 2080 ti MotherBoard: msi z170a m5 PSU: corsair gold 850w Ram: 16GB (8GBx2) 1600MHz

PD: Im playing on a 2560x1080 60hz monitor. And of course, i have more than 70fps in the mayority of the games.
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colagyr 5 months ago
No it won't and yes it does at the same time!
In general:
Games are not written the same. Some are heavier on the cpu side, while others not.
I7 6700k should not be a bottleneck for RTX2080ti on the majority of games but it is on some small numbers of new proc heavy AAA games.
The bottleneck is however not something to be worried about for now, especially for 60hz gaming.
From the bottleneck point of view, I would get 2080ti and still keep the I7 6700k,

Now, you game on 2560x1080 60hz, 2080ti is waaaay an overkill.
The 1080ti or 2080 (no ti) should be already more than enough. Even, the coming 2070 (according to my crystal ball) or the normal 1080 should be already good.
But hey, you have that RTX2080ti already.
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whispersbrain 5 months ago
RTX 2080 ti cheap on Amazon
I have just seen an RTX 2080 on my country local amazon for about 60% of current retail price. The card is an MSI and is being sold as second hand by a 3rd party dealer. Anywhere else I would totally ignore this ad, but it is on Amazon - is this safe and legit do you think?

It says item page that Amazons returns policy will guarantee the 30 day return policy, but I really don't know whether to trust this. I can see a lot of legitimate reasons why maybe someone could be selling off cards cheaply straight away... purchased or acquired for web or youtube review. Like I said, if it wasn't on amazon I wouldn't give it the time of day, but if this is legit it is probably the one chance I have to get an RTX atm.

I generally believe the adage, if its too good to be true, this does kind of seem it.. the other thing which is a little odd maybe is this was posted on the 31st July, so has been up for a while. The seller claims to have 8 in stock when I add to basket.

What should i do?! Help!!
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pickwickwidespread 5 months ago


Amazon absolutely does NOT police all the 3rd party sellers. (well, they do...but only a little bit)
That part of Amazon is no better than fleabay.

Sold and Fulfilled by Amazon is fine.
3rd party Amazon Marketplace is just like fleabay.
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mourneinvention 5 months ago
RTX 2080Ti underperforming
Hi guys,

From what I can tell my EVGA RTX 2080Ti is not performing as well as it should. Seeing benchmarks and fps counts online, I was expecting it to do a lot better than I'm seeing.

(All oh highest settings)
DeusEx Mankind Divided - 30-40 fps
Overwatch - 100 -120 fps
Diablo 3 - 120 - 140 fps
Assassin's Creed Origins - 110 -120 fps

Seing that I play on 1080p, I was hoping for a rock solid 144 fps on these titles.

My specs:

i7 4790K @4GHz + Corsair H110iGTX
AsRock Fatal1ty Killer Z97
4 x 4GB Corsair Vengeance DRR3 @ 2166 MHz
EVGA RTX 2080Ti @ stock settings
All running from Samsung Evo 850 SSDs.
Seasonic 850W M12ii evo

Main display is a Samsung 24" 144Hz panel @ 1080p.

I have two additional monitors but only run games on th 144Hz one.
I was thinking that the mobo+cpu would be a bottleneck, but looking at avg CPU utilisation, it's staying under 50% at all times.

I have a fresh install of Windows 10.
Any ideas?
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potsubway 5 months ago


Well in Assassins youre already getting what is expected of the 2080Ti, that's 15~20 fps more compared to Techspot's 1080Ti benchmarks so we know from that your 2080Ti is performing as it should at least with this game.

As for DeusEx though that is extremely low (40fps), that to me is not a CPU problem but driver or game setting, something the game isn't liking be it in-game setting not agreeing with current driver or Geforce Experience is not optimising the game right / using a buggy setting introduced by Nvidia drivers, just wont know for sure until you look around a bit. Are you using Geforce Experience btw?

https://www.techspot.com/article/1702-geforce-rtx-2080-mega-benchmark/

Can see 1440p Deus is getting close to 150fps.

Techspot's benchmarks at the time were using 411.51 as mentioned on the first page so maybe try that.

As with new tech can assume to expect bugs.
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stararticle 6 months ago
RTX 2080 or 2080ti?
Hi,

I'm stuck on a gtx 980 and willing to pay the piper on the exorbitant prices for the upcoming rtx cards. My question is, should I get the normal or ti version? Based on my specs as listed below.

Intel Core i7-5930K 3.5GHz 6-Core (Can OC)
Corsair H100i 77.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
MSI X99S GAMING 9 AC EATX LGA2011-3 MOBO
Corsair DOMINATOR Platinum 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR4-2800
Corsair Platinum 860W ATX12V / EPS12V (Modular PSU)

Due to being in Europe they're extra pricey. And the 2080 is at 1000€ while 2080ti is around 1400€. Ideally I'd stick to the 2080 - but would it be worth going beyond my means for the 2080ti? I'm thinking pay 400 more and make the card last longer and save money that way by holding off upgrades for when rtx & 4k does become a thing. As for what I want to use it for; I'd be happy with 1080p but wouldn't mind some 4k gaming at 60fps either. Though I'd like to make the choice on what's best based around the rest of my specs.

Would love some help in deciding!
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hoodenfood 6 months ago
Recommended CPU for RTX 2080 (NON ti)
Hi everyone,

I'm buying the new Nvidia RTX 2080 card tomorrow. I have a 5 years old laptop, so an upgrade is really opportune right now. However, I'm a little bit concerned about the CPU. Initially, I was eyeballing with the i5-8600, but after conducting some more thinking, I'm now considering a more powerful one. The i7-8700 (NON-k) seems appealing. Although, for that money, I could grab a Ryzen 2700x. I'm gonna use my rig for 3D modeling (Maya, Zbrush), texturing (Substance Painter), Rendering (Keyshot, Unreal Engine, Marmoset) and occasionally for gaming on 4K res.
So, I'm just interested in your opinion, if that AMD or i7 Intel was a great fit for the RTX 2080 (NON ti) or not. I couldn't have found any useful info on the internet (I guess the card is too new), so every bit of info is highly appreciated!

Thank you in advance!
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irritatedefeat 6 months ago

Gaming at 4k resolutions neither would be a bottleneck. Gaming at 1080p resolutions the i7 8700 would be less of a bottleneck.
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unsubtlerapadash 6 months ago
RTX 2080 Bottleneck / Incompatibility ?
Hey, I'm planning on ordering a RTX 2080 Founders Edition card and was I wondering if the new card could bottleneck and/or have compatibility issues with my current hardware, which I bought about 3 years ago and this is the first major upgrade I'm planning to do. So this is my current setup:

i7-4790k
MSI GTX 970
MSI Z97 Gaming 7 motherboard
Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8) DDR3 RAM
Antec VP650P power supply

So can I just swap out the 970 for the 2080 and be good to go? Will the 4th gen processor and DDR3 RAM present me some level of bottlenecking? Is the 650 watt power supply good enough or will I need to upgrade to a 750 w one?

Note that I will be playing on a 1920x1080 monitor with a 60 hz refresh rate so I'm not looking for 144 hz or 4K resolutions or anything like that...although I'm not ruling out a possible upgrade to a 1440p monitor in future. Some might say 2080 might be overkill for a 1080p 60fps experience but I want to do this as a measure of future-proofing my system, in case I find the need or money that would enable to do a complete system upgrade sometime in future with a 8th or 9th gen CPU and DDR4.

Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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pedometeraustin 6 months ago
A 4790K might technically limit max frame rates a little, but should still be comparable in performance to an i5-8400, which performs about the same. About the only place you would see a performance impact from a processor upgrade in today's games would be on a high refresh rate screen, and even there the differences wouldn't likely be too noticeable. The CPU performance won't matter much when the monitor can only display 60 frames per second, and the monitor would be more of a limitation to the card than anything.

If you do go with a card of that performance level, a monitor upgrade would probably provide more benefit and likely be less expensive than a CPU/Motherboard/RAM upgrade to anything that would be faster. And unless you are going with a high refresh rate screen, or are live-streaming your gameplay, you might not benefit much from a new processor for some time still.

In any case, there are still a few days before reviews of the 2080 are out, so it's difficult to accurately judge how worthwhile the card might be compared to something like a 1080 Ti at this time.
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tungadalsepia 6 months ago
What would you do? GTX 1080 ti vs. RTX 2080
[Moderator note: moved post to Graphics Cards.]

Hey, here is my dilemma, I need a new gamer pc, my old one is dead. I have paid a local business for building it.

I have see the RTX launch but I'm not sold, so I went with the GTX 1080 ti instead. It's cheaper and I could get it right away. It has also been well test and supported.

I ordered it, and then the guy calls me and tells me the GTX 1080 ti won't be in stock before the 14th. He then asked me if I wouldn't rather have the
"Asus Dual RTX 2080 8GB", by model.

He offered it for the same price(even that it's a bit more expensive), and since the release date and restocking date are close together. I choose the new generation.

I have heard many online saying we should wait to see reviews or benchmarks before buying it. But I really wondered what other people would do in my place. After all it's not too late to change the order.

I guess my question is, what would you do?

Here is the system I ordered.

Intel i7-8700K
Cryorig H7
Asus Dual RTX 2080 8GB or Asus Strix GTX1080Ti 11GB
32GB G.Skill RipJaws 3200MHz
Asus Prime Z370-P
Kingston A400 240GB SSD
3TB Toshiba P300 HDD
Corsair TX650Watt Gold+
NZXT H500i - Black
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snakejax 6 months ago
First, one thing i notice was the term "dual" in asus. that dual cooler is pretty bad, and you might want to do something about it.

performance wise, I don't think there is going to be too much difference, between 1080ti and 2080. that's what people are basically guessing, and it's reasonable to say that this is the worst case scenario. (1080ti = 2080).

any chance that rtx 2080 massively improves fps over the 1080ti (2080 > 1080ti). that's an bonus.

since you are paying the same for the latest tech. i think it's worth a try.
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