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GeForce RTX 2080 Ti: 37.5% faster overall than GTX 1080 Ti

RTX 2080 Ti vs. GTX 1080 Ti rumors: 45% faster in PUBG, 55% faster in Far Cry V, 38% faster in Battlefield V

By: Anthony Garreffa from Sep 3, 2018 @ 20:34 CDT

Mega Rumor and Trigger Warning: This is all rumor territory, and I'm just reporting from various sources who are providing the relative performance of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti against the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.

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Yesterday I reported about the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti being 35% faster in the 3DMark Time Spy run over the GTX 1080 Ti, but now new information has surfaced which drives the tease-o-meter up to 11/10. 3DCenter.org has compiled a list of relative performance gains over the GTX 1080 Ti from the it-still-doesn't-have-drivers GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.

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Some of the results are freaking impressive with games like Far Cry 5 expected to receive a huge 55% performance upgrade at 4K, while PUBG will see a large 45% increase. The list includes Call of Duty: WW2, For Honor, GTA V, Mass Effect: Andromeda, Rainbow Six: Victories, The Crew 2, and The Witcher 3.

All of the games have a large upgrade in performance, but this is why I have the huge warning at the top. No one outside of NVIDIA has drivers for the RTX 20 series right now, so take these performance numbers with a grain of salt, a really large collection of salt in fact.

Personally, I do expect a minimum of 30% additional performance in most games from the RTX 2080 Ti so these results are very close to my expectations. I'd love to see a huge 45% increase in PUBG performance, and a huge 38% increase in Battlefield V.

We should expect even more performance when DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) is enabled in DLSS-supported games, driving this performance even higher. NVIDIA's next-gen Turing GPU architecture introduces some truly exciting new features and possibilities, and I think we're only scratching the surface.

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