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Can I get 4k, 120hz, and Ray Tracing...from an RTX 2080ti at 60 FPS?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I never got the rtx 2080ti. When the 2000 series came out I decided to skip a generation to wait on the next one. That's why I still have a 1070ti. And my GPU has served me well....for 1080p. 

 

But now, I want to experience gaming in 4k, 120hz, WITH raytracing....AND....on a 10 bit display(i've been using an 8 bit, but my LGCX can do 10 bit from what I hear)

 

If hypothetically, I had an RTX 2080ti, could I do 4k, 120hz and be able to have a minimum of 60FPS on games such as the PC versions of HALO 1-4, Doom 2016, Doom Eternal, the upcoming Cyberpunk, etc?

 

I know the 3080 is cheaper and is supposed to be faster than the 2080ti, I'm just curious. Could I achieve 4k, 120hz, and raytracing in 10 bit at 60FPS with an RTX 2080Ti? ....and if so, exactly WHICH ONE? There's sooo many different RTX 2080ti's out there to chose from. 

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25 minutes ago, Paul_Johnson said:

I want to experience gaming in 4k, 120hz, WITH raytracing....AND....on a 10 bit display

On a 2080Ti? Umm.... no. Just no, Pick 2 of those 4 things and maybe.  3000 series won't even do all that at the same time. 

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Nothing can really do 4k 120hz natively.

You also can't get 120hz at 60fps....as those are directly tied. 60hz is essentially 60fps.


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the 2080ti can't do 4k 120hz unless on low and no AA, RTX is a wider topic as each game handles it differently, Control will not run 4k RTX on for the 3080 at 60fps

 

for the 2080ti halo 1-4 no problems >60fps at 4k, 120 will be pushing it though. dooms, easily >120fps 4k, cyberpunk will be a massive width of settings for RTX, draw distance, everything based on the min and recommended settings thus far shows a light game when you want it to be but potentially Crysis remastered hard to render when you crank things up. 

 

currently, no card I have seen benchmarks for 3090 included can run 4k 120hz RTX on and adding 10bit is unlikely for the next few years. it is game engine based so Vulcan games are easy, older remastered games are easy but newest AAA specifically ray traced anything will not be optimized enough yet. 

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There is no graphics card in existence that can do 120Hz because a graphics card isn't a monitor


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with some tweaking you should be able to do 4k60fps in the majority of titles with a 2080ti, high to max settings. in rtx, dlss 2.0 should help a lot but theres only so much magic it can work


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Ignoring the 120Hz shit the answer is no.

You don't have to ask us, you can google benchmarks for this card in 4K and check yourself. It does reach 60 FPS in 4K most of the time but if you add ray tracing and the fact that newer titles will be more demanding then you will most likely not keep up with 60 FPS with this card.

 

Cyberpunk has not been released so if you didn't buy yet I would suggest waiting until it has been benchmarked and look at the numbers. That way you know if you can play at 60 FPS on highest settings with this card and if not you will be able to just buy a better one. AMD is most likely going to release a card better than the 2080 Ti end of October so it is worth waiting for Cyberpunk release.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

ok so if i'm understanding things correctly, the performance i 'want' is something that'll likely be in the generation of cards after the 3000 series?

 

if so it looks like i probably asked the wrong question since i didn't have the right info. i'm trying to figure out what i can do with my gaming pc once i install an RTX 3080 while using my LGCX for a monitor. 

 

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i78700k(with an all in one liquid cooler that has a 240mm radiator)

motherboard: MSI Z370-A pro 

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4TB sata SSD(where i store my games)

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I think you need to understand that Hz = FPS.

If you want to run at 120Hz, you need to run the game at 120fps. You can't run it at 60fps on a 120Hz monitor without frames repeating.

 

4K 120 hertz with ray tracing on is unlikely to happen until the 4000 series, or maybe a few specific examples in the 3000 series.

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8 hours ago, Paul_Johnson said:

ok so if i'm understanding things correctly, the performance i 'want' is something that'll likely be in the generation of cards after the 3000 series?

 

if so it looks like i probably asked the wrong question since i didn't have the right info. i'm trying to figure out what i can do with my gaming pc once i install an RTX 3080 while using my LGCX for a monitor. 

 

my current build is:

i78700k(with an all in one liquid cooler that has a 240mm radiator)

motherboard: MSI Z370-A pro 

500GB m.2(i store my win10 pro 64bit OS here)

5TB HDD(misc data storage)

4TB sata SSD(where i store my games)

64GB DDR4 RAM

1070ti gpu

850watt 80+gold PSU

 

 

I use a RTX 2080 ti with an LG OLED TV and the 2080 ti was a good match with HDMI 2 since it can do over 120 frames at 1440p on all my games including RDR 2. With games that are better suited to 60fps it is very easy to get all frames over 60 at 4k.

 

Things change with HDMI 2.1.  For that I will be getting a 3090.

Here is my reasoning. 

With an average game like SOTTR at the highest peset at 4k I do 77fps in the games bench but with the settings I played at I do 98fps. 

A 3080 does the bench in about 85fps and since there does not seem to be a lot of overhead overclocking I only give it 5 frame more. So 90 frames plus the 21 frames for reasonable settings gets 111 frames.  Not enough.

A 3090 does the bench at 95fps. Add 5 frames for an overclock and 21 frames for reasonable settings. That is 121fps average. Some games will be a lot higher and others will be lower but I am ok with that.

 

For RT games I will continue to play that at 1440p. If they have DLSS 2 I will play them at 4k. I am not unhappy about this since LG OLEDs do 1440p better than any monitor I have ever seen. 

 

I don't mind the price of the 3090 since I payed $1500 for my 2080 ti FTW3 Ultra. I may get a 3080 for my second OLED TV but it will depend on how the 3090 does. 

 

 


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