Over price I just pick up a 1080 strix for 469.99 and now they are charging over 600 for it greedy SoB.
Now Asus Strix RTX 2070 is almost 800€ where I live. I can no longer take part in this madness!
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The fps performance is incredible, the benchmarks and average frames are simply sick on 2560*1440.
Battlefield V Ultra 1440p = 130-150fps
Overwatch Epic 1440p = 180-190 fps
Call of Duty BLOPS4 Ultra 1440p = 190-200 fps
Assassins Creed Odyssey Ultra Benchmark 1440p = 80 fps
Battlefield V Ultra DXR low - Raytracing 1440p = 75-80 fps
Forza Horizon 4 Ultra+Extreme and MSAA*8 Benchmark 1440p = 98 fps
Hitman 2 Ultra + Best Simulation Quality´(8 core settings) 1440 Miami Event Entrance = 85-144 fps
Rise of the Tomb Raider Very High + SSAA*4 Benchmark 1440P = 76 fps
Kingdom Come Deliverance Ultra High + HD Textures (= WRECKING GPU and CPU settings) Skalitz Market 1440p= 60 fps.
The 2080TI is pushing fps so brutally and leaves even the potent 1080Ti way behind, as it should as a stupid expensive card.
The Raytracing was a factor in my consideration because it is really interesting me in Single Player Games.
I used Raytracing in Battlefield V and it looks pretty, but in that multiplayer mayhem I do focus on the objective and killing enemies, right?
I am really curious about the future implementation of the Turing features like DLSS and Raytracing and I hope they enhance the immersion in Single Player Games.
It will be interesting to see if Nvidia release any new cards to try and counter them.
Also, 20xx series is pretty much skippable if you own a 10xx series gpu. If you don't, then I would still recommend 2nd hand 1070ti/1080 which you can get around 300$-ish or even less. 20xx gpus ain't worth the extra price for the little performance it gained over 10xx gpus.
I'm wondering what AMD has in-store. I don't mind changing my SLI for an Crossfire configuration although I know that most of the internet say's it's unusable. I've actually read on an AMD site that the present Vega 64 card is very much alive for Crossfire. Just wondering if they will decide to implement the setting for the 2019 model's?
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