Average Bench: 192% (1st of 596)

Based on 1,168 user benchmarks.  Device: 10DE 1E07 Model: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti

“Build it, and they will come” must be NVIDIA’s thinking behind their latest consumer-focused GPU: the RTX 2080 Ti, which has been released alongside the RTX 2080. Following on from the Pascal architecture of the 1080 series, the 2080 series is based on a new Turing GPU architecture which features Tensor cores for AI (thereby potentially reducing GPU usage during machine learning workloads) and RT cores for ray tracing (rendering more realistic images). Unfortunately, there aren’t (m)any games that make use of these capabilities so the $1200 price tag on the RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition is difficult to justify. On paper the 2080 Ti has 4352 CUDA cores, a base/boost clock of 1350/1545 MHz, 11GB of GDRR6 memory and a memory bandwidth of 616GB/s. The upshot is that it has around a 30% faster effective speed than the 1080 Ti, which at 18 months old continues to offer comparable value for money and currently dominates the high-end gaming market. Professional users such as game developers or 4K gamers may find value in the 2080 Ti but for typical users (@1080p), prices need to drop substantially before the 2080 Ti has much chance of widespread adoption. [Sep '18 GPUPro]


Outstanding average bench

The Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti averaged 92.4% higher than the peak scores attained by the group leaders. This is an excellent result which ranks the Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti near the top of the comparison list.


Avg. Locally-deformable PRT (Bat) 548fps
Avg. NBody particle system (Galaxy) 580fps

Terrible consistency

The range of scores (95th - 5th percentile) for the Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti is 180%. This is a particularly wide range which indicates that the Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti performs inconsistently under varying real world conditions.


Avg. High dynamic range lighting (Teapot) 527fps
Avg. Force Splatted Flocking (Swarm) 297fps

Average Bench

(Based on 1,168 samples)
Min Avg Max
119 Lighting 548 707
130 Reflection 527 639
132 Parallax 665 833
183% 580 fps
Min Avg Max
130 MRender 484 584
140 Gravity 580 702
142 Splatting 297 347
200% 453 fps
User Benchmarks Bench 3D DX9 3D DX10 3D DX11
The fastest GPU (mainstream) averages a speed of 100%
EVGA(3842 2383) ≥ 4GB
CLim: 2295 MHz, MLim: 3750 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 416.34
Lighting 523
Reflection 596
Parallax 827
196% 649 fps
MRender 594
Gravity 708
Splatting 337
242% 546 fps
Gigabyte(1458 37A9) ≥ 4GB
CLim: 2100 MHz, MLim: 3500 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 416.34
Lighting 657
Reflection 614
Parallax 721
210% 664 fps
MRender 557
Gravity 650
Splatting 325
225% 511 fps
MSI(1462 3715) ≥ 4GB; msi trio
CLim: 2100 MHz, MLim: 3500 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 416.34
Lighting 638
Reflection 591
Parallax 755
210% 661 fps
MRender 533
Gravity 650
Splatting 335
223% 506 fps
Nvidia(10DE 12A4) ≥ 4GB; Nvidia RTX 2080 TI
CLim: 2100 MHz, MLim: 3500 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 416.34
Lighting 644
Reflection 605
Parallax 760
212% 670 fps
MRender 538
Gravity 613
Splatting 314
215% 489 fps
Gigabyte(1458 37A9) ≥ 4GB
CLim: 2100 MHz, MLim: 3750 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 411.63
Lighting 481
Reflection 586
Parallax 705
174% 591 fps
MRender 521
Gravity 658
Splatting 319
221% 499 fps
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The number of benchmark samples for this model as a percentage of all 11,496,344 GPUs tested.

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Based on statistics from 1,168 user benchmarks.

Hardware Id Samples Bench ± SD Model / Price (Approx. $1000 @ launch in Sep '18)
Nvidia(10DE 12A4) 29% 191% ± 53%
Zotac(19DA 1503) 17% 197% ± 52%
Asus(1043 8667) 11% 195% ± 56%
Gigabyte(1458 37A9) 10% 184% ± 61%
MSI(1462 3715) 9% 202% ± 51%
EVGA(3842 2383) 5% 201% ± 38%
Gigabyte(1458 37AC) 3% 169% ± 71%
Asus(1043 8666) 3% 182% ± 51%
Gainward(10B0 1E07) 2% 204% ± 64%
Nvidia(10DE 1E07) 2% 182% ± 59%
MSI(1462 3711) 2% 215% ± 8%
Asus(1043 866A) 1% 205% ± 40%
PNY(196E 12FB) 1% 203% ± 20%
MSI(1462 3710) 1% 216% ± 5%
Device(7377 1401) 1% 204% ± 57%
EVGA(3842 2382) 1% 136% ± 117%
MSI(1462 3713) 1% 133% ± 113%
Asus(1043 8668) 1% 44% ± 13%
Nvidia(10DE 12FA) 0% 233% ± 0%
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Gaming 145%
Desktop 125%
Workstation 119%

Motherboard: Asus ROG STRIX Z370-E GAMING - $200

EDIT WITH CUSTOM PC BUILDER Value: 102% - Outstanding Total price: $1,843

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18 hrs ago.

The card is godlike but the price is very high


17 hrs ago.

Deal  www.overclockers.co.uk/...

Cheapest GEFORCE RTX 2080 TI BLOWER 11264MB in UK £1,129.99


4 hrs ago.



4 days ago.

cimatti sucks


6 days ago.

its delayed and overpriced + the rtx tech its dumb


4 days ago.

Only GPU truly capable of running games at 4K 60 FPS with ultra settings. However unless you absolutely need top performance i would recommend cheaper options with better value.


1 month ago.


30 days ago.

Way overprised


1 month ago.

One expensive animal, who might well prove a smart investment in the future, if DLSS and RTX take off. Time will tell.


18 days ago.

For years we have had speed improvements on new card releases while keeping the MSRP at about the same near $700. Now if you want that speed improvement you have to pay for it near $1200. Even the RTX 2080 isn't as fast as the 1080 TI and it costs more. Ray tracing sounds cool, but I don't want to pay for something that can't be fully used yet. Maybe in 3 years live ray tracing will be the norm. Another major issue to me is that competitive gaming is at an all time high. Competitive gamers are intentionally setting their graphics to the lowest settings to improve frame rate and input lag. I play Overwatch and i've adopted this practice because having the graphics turned all the way up is a major disadvantage. The realistic lighting or reflection settings get in the way of your view and it is harder to aim. Also there are a lot of detail items like bushes or flowers that players will hide in. You can only see those bushes and flowers if your graphics are turned up. So by turning it all the way down players can no longer hide from you. It just doesn't make sense now to have high realistic graphics in multiplayer games since it gives you a major disadvantage. In single player games graphics are awesome to have all the way up, but single player games aren't as popular as they once were which also defeats the purpose of ray tracing. I don't think even if ray tracing was supported or optimized for multiplayer games people would take it off because it would be harder to see your targets.


16 days ago.

I don't have an opinion but how do you make your level go higher and also how do you get a different profile pic lol thx


14 days ago.

Expensive but powerful. Since it is the fastest consumer GPU at the market Nvidia can put the price tag it wants. It is a premium product for enthusiasts.


29 days ago.

Definitely doesn't worth the price, most of the new specs will be not fully used until 2/3 years, better wait the next gen.


21 days ago.

My binned Zotac AMP 2080 Ti got a score of %236 percent!!! Crazy.


21 days ago.

Far to expensive and adopts proprietary technology at a massive price hit for something that doesn't exist in any game as of yet and will continue to be a white buffalo for the next several years until this tech is no longer in first gen.

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