Real World Speed
Performance profile from 151,921 user samples
122,060 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 145% EVGA(3842 2173)
Worst Bench: 87% EVGA(3842 1071)
Poor: 87% Great: 145%
SPEED RANK: 17th / 621
29,861 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 137% Sapphire(1DA2 E37F) ≥ 4GB
Worst Bench: 79% Gigabyte(1458 2308)
Poor: 79% Great: 137%
SPEED RANK: 23rd / 621
Effective 3D Speed
Effective 3D Gaming GPU Speed
129 % Slightly faster effective speed.
+6%
121 %
Parallax
Avg. Parallax occlusion mapping (Stones)
399 fps 531 fps Much better texture detail.
+33%
MRender
Avg. Render target array GShader (Sphere)
353 fps Hugely faster multi rendering.
+89%
187 fps
Gravity
Avg. NBody particle system (Galaxy)
363 fps 366 fps +1%
Splatting
Avg. Force Splatted Flocking (Swarm)
224 fps 289 fps Faster complex splatting.
+29%
Parallax
Parallax occlusion mapping (Stones)
471 fps 640 fps Much better peak texture detail.
+36%
MRender
Render target array GShader (Sphere)
395 fps Hugely faster peak multi rendering.
+101%
197 fps
Gravity
NBody particle system (Galaxy)
408 fps 429 fps Slightly faster peak NBody calculation.
+5%
Splatting
Force Splatted Flocking (Swarm)
248 fps 309 fps Faster peak complex splatting.
+25%
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
233 fps +4% 223 fps
Fortnite
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
149 fps Better Fortnite fps.
+22%
122 fps
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
106 fps +2% 104 fps
Grand Theft Auto V
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
99 fps Slightly Better Grand Theft Auto V fps.
+12%
88 fps
League of Legends
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
240 fps Better League of Legends fps.
+26%
191 fps
Overwatch
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
124 fps 128 fps +3%
Battlefield 1
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
122 fps Better Battlefield 1 fps.
+29%
95 fps
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
100 fps Slightly Better The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt fps.
+11%
90 fps
World of Warcraft
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
90 fps Slightly Better World of Warcraft fps.
+6%
85 fps
World of Tanks
Avg. FPS @ 1080p on Max
164 fps Much Better World of Tanks fps.
+30%
126 fps
Market Share
Based on 19,280,161 GPUs tested.
Market Share
Market Share (trailing 30 days)
2.36 % Hugely higher market share.
+476%
0.41 %
Value
Value For Money
67.9 % 71.8 % Slightly better value.
+6%
User Rating
UBM User Rating
97 % 105 % Slightly more popular.
+8%
Price
Price (score)
$450 $400 Slightly cheaper.
+11%
Age
Newest
10 Months Much more recent.
+58%
24 Months
Lighting
Locally-deformable PRT (Bat)
436 fps Better peak lighting effects.
+17%
373 fps
Reflection
High dynamic range lighting (Teapot)
343 fps Much better peak reflection handling.
+39%
247 fps
Lighting
Avg. Locally-deformable PRT (Bat)
380 fps Better lighting effects.
+20%
316 fps
Reflection
Avg. High dynamic range lighting (Teapot)
309 fps Much better reflection handling.
+35%
229 fps
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NVDIA’s RTX 2070 follows on from their recent release of the 2080 and 2080 Ti from their RTX 2000 series of Turing architecture GPUs. The 2070 has 2304 CUDA cores, a base/boost clock of 1410/1620 MHz, 8GB of GDRR6 memory and a memory bandwidth of 448GB/s. Traditionally NVIDIA’s 70 range has offered better value for money than the more powerful 80 GPUs. The Founders Edition 2070 has an MSRP of $599 which makes both new 1080 and used 1080 Ti GPUs decent options. The price premium over the previous generation of GPUs is, for the most part, for NVIDIA’s new ray tracing technology, and unfortunately, the benefit of this is currently unknown as there are no RTX ready games. Performance benchmarks on tangibles place the 2070 6% ahead of the 1080 in terms of effective speed and 17% behind the 1080 Ti. Since AMD’s similarly priced RX Vega 64 has a 13% lower effective speed, there is no real pressure on NVIDIA to compete agressively with thier own previous generation of cards.  [Oct '18 GPUPro]

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The Radeon RX Vega 64 is AMD’s latest Radeon flagship graphics card. It is the first Vega based gaming GPU and follows on from the recent launch of the Vega Frontier Edition. The Vega architecture is built on 14 nm silicon and contains next-generation compute units (nCUs) that have been engineered to be more efficient and powerful than ever before, enabling gamers to achieve higher frame rates at 4K. Each NCU houses 64 steam processors, of which the Vega 64 has 4096 (compared to 3584 in the Vega 56) which can process up to 13.7 TFLOPS (0.6 TFLOPS more than the Frontier Edition) in the liquid cooled version of the GPU. The new architecture also employs 8GB of second generation high-bandwidth memory (HBM2) which is able cope with more data, more quickly than previously. AMD describe this as the most significant leap in their GPU architecture for the last five years. Our graphics benchmarks place the performance of the Vega 64 amongst the best. Its effective speed is very close to that of the twice as expensive Frontier Edition (a workstation GPU with a gaming mode) and just behind NVIDIA’s similarly priced, but now 1 year old GTX 1080. Despite the hopes of AMD enthusiasts, the great performance from the Vega 64 has not been able to exceed the even greater performance from NVIDIA’s GTX 1080 Ti, released earlier this year. The 33% faster 1080 Ti offers better value for money than an RX 64 would even if it were available at its list price of $599. The best prices for RX 64's today are closer to $750 making the RX 64 somewhat redundant until prices drop down to the low $500 mark. [Sep '17 GPUPro]

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Graphics Card Rankings (Price vs Performance) August 2019 GPU Rankings.

We calculate effective 3D speed which estimates gaming performance for the top 12 games. Effective speed is adjusted by current prices to yield value for money. Our figures are checked against thousands of individual user ratings. The customizable table below combines these factors to bring you the definitive list of top GPUs. [GPUPro]

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