$400 for 2080Ti performance?? Yeah, prepare to be disappointed.980Ti still a fine card up to 1440p. Surpasses 60FPS in most scenarios, or only a couple of settings away at worst. Although 1080p is now the sweet spot for that performance new (GTX1660Ti give or take.)
I hold much hope for Nvidia's latest cards this year. Big big step. RTX2080Ti performance for $400 should be the target, much how GTX1070 was arriving to displace the 980Ti. Please don't disappoint me.
Many good reasons why this performance is attainable. Not least that if you merely shrunk a 545mm² 12nm TU104 die down (RTX 2080 Super) onto 7nm EUV without doing anything else then you end up with a die considerably smaller than a $499 TU106 (RTX2070 or Super) 445mm².Possible? Sure. Likely? Naaaaaaahhhh.
Let's revisit this when the 3000 series comes out. But don't hold your breath- you'll be very winded by then.
I was curious if an overclock was going to be done since my 980Ti AMP! Omega can take one heck of an OC. I boost up to 1514 on the core and memory I can push to 2100 and the temps never exceed 70c.Oh man....no overclock results?
We all know the 980ti really shines with a 30-40% overclock. Most the 980ti’s Ive owned hit 1400-1475mhz no problem on air.
Too bad she doesnt support adaptive sync like the 10 series and newer, I know which budget gpu id be looking for if that were the case.