The 2070 is more comparable to a 1080 and the 1080 ti is more comparable to a 2080. I'm torn between a 1080 or a 2070. Those questions bring us to this performance review today. Please don't take this as a flame war comment. For this test, I pitted a pair of Razer Blade 15s against each other. Great performance and reliable, but the newest Assetto Corsa releasing soon is implementing ray tracing, so I'm double thinking the 2070 option.
Will I make use of the extra features now if I buy one? In a market where Nvidia have almost complete dominance at least for the high end , they can pretty much charge what they want!. I have an i5 4690k stock and 8gb of ram. The performance delta is far greater then the cost savings. High dynamic range lighting Teapot 310 fps 456 fps Much better reflection handling. Sadly not all games care for the changes made within architecture. But since Razer is quickly phasing the 1070 version of the Blade 15 out, scarcity has kept the price rather high. The Gaming Z is pre-tweaked out of the box, resulting in a 210Mhz increase to the boost clock of the reference 2070.
We buy it to tweak it. Performance benchmarks on tangibles place the 2070 in terms of effective speed and. What are the rest of your system specs? It also has a larger die-size with 3. Prices were crazy, but the performance and effects were worth it for the enthusiast. This gap will only get larger as turning driver support will be better than pascal eventually. It really irks be when clueless people post about bottlenecking.
When Ray Tracing becomes a real thing. If you have decent 165hz below 4K monitor and you wanna enjoy the most of the games then i suggest you go for 1080Ti. Namely making 60fps 1080p minimum - which it fcking should be by now, let's be honest. This shortcut translates into improvements on the graphics and performance fronts. But I'm sitting on the sidelines till 7nm next year.
Does the card deliver on both fronts? Here's a link to back up my claim. That might give the 1080 the edge in terms of performance per dollar. Remember they had two class actions against them for being misleading and manufacturing defective products. We pored over the demo, running both versions over and over to identify any differences that stood out. The biggest differences between the two chips lie in their builds. On the taxing benchmark, the 2070 and 1070 produced 46 and 44 fps, respectively. Our real world gameplay will fully expose the landscape of rasterized gaming and what you should be considering purchasing, if anything for your gaming needs.
Also, what is the difference between different versions of the card e. I would agree though with others, at least for me, it's not worth it. They do promise some benefits in the future, however. Force Splatted Flocking Swarm 226 fps 268 fps Faster complex splatting. I think you don't want to be gen 1 on anything. The 2070 is more streamlined and again, supports ray tracing, but still.
I'd buy in only after this field has matured on both the hardware and software side. In a market where Nvidia have almost complete dominance at least for the high end , they can pretty much charge what they want! I just went through this too. The 2070 has faster cores, but in the end the 1080 just has way more compute power. Bye bye Tom's hardware This quite literally will replace 1080 once those cards are gone. Also that cooler is a water cooler, you sure you know what youre doing? Which as of this point, may or may not take off. We have this video card in the past.
They are nearly identical in price point and with current capability are nearly identical in performance. The 1080 ti is faster and will get higher framerates in almost any game at any resolution. I still don't really get your point in the original comment. They're moving in the right direction but I'm a little underwhelmed with the finished product. How do you come by this magic assumption, based on what? However, it does appear to have a very different effect on performance — it improves it when compared with more traditional anti-aliasing solutions.