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2080S vs 1080 Ti in d3d11 test?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Which card is better in d3d11 tests? i know the 1080 ti is older so it should be more optimized for direct x 11 while the 2080s is new so its more optimized for dx 12 i guess? my friend and i compared and he actually got a higher score in a d3d11 test in novabench.

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thats his score

 

 

 

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thats my score

 

 

 

Clearly he got higher fps but i got higher GFLOPS which to be honest i dont know what that means.

would love your opinion on this and thanks!

 

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3 minutes ago, InfernalClaw said:

 

The GFLOPS thing might be related to having extra VRAM

 

but the 2080S should be faster by a tiny bit in games


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Streetguru said:

The GFLOPS thing might be related to having extra VRAM

 

but the 2080S should be faster by a tiny bit in games

well he has more vram and i have higher GFLOPS

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the 2080S is slower than the 2080TI and the 1080TI is insanely fast.

so they should be around the same level, and depending on the game one might be a little faster 


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I don't know about that benchmark but, if we're talking about games, the 2080 Super is just plain faster. The 1080Ti is equivalent to the 2070 Super, for reference.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

I don't know about that benchmark but, if we're talking about games, the 2080 Super is just plain faster. The 1080Ti is equivalent to the 2070 Super, for reference.

i actually noticed that someone got a higher 2d score than me in passmark using a rx 5700

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I'm gonna say it depends a lot on the workload and the game/settings you are playing. Here's a comparison of 1080 Ti with a 2070 Super (and some other cards). In some cases, 1080Ti wins, in others 2070 Super wins. It's not that simple that one card is better than the other, when comparing last gen flagship to current gen mid-high card. It can very well be, that 1080Ti wins the 2080 Super in some workload, but gets beaten in another.

 

https://www.techspot.com/review/2017-geforce-1080-ti-vs-rtx-2070-super-vs-radeon-5700-xt/


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