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Akilo101

2070 Super or 2080 for same price

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Hi,

I was wondering if I could fine a 2080 non super used for the same price as a 2070 super, which would be better. I've done a bit of research and it seems like they perform almost identically the same, but the 2080 has more tensor cores etc. I am going to be using this to play games at 1440p if that is necessary to know.

Thanks so much!
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1 minute ago, Blatcher2 said:

GTX 2080 is marginally better. 

^^^ I think due to the extra tensor cores it'd be a teeny bit better in ray-tracing too? Also it should have more CUDA cores as well and thus be better at rendering tasks if the OP ever comes across those. 


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It is up to you if a very few fps extra is worth getting an used card.


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For the same price, the 2080 is better, since it has slightly better peformance in all areas and about 10% extra shading units.

But new warranty is also nice.

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