Average Bench: 173% (9th of 667)

Based on 322,225 user benchmarks.  Devices: 10DE 1E07, 10DE 1E04 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. The 2080 Ti also features Turing NVENC which is far more efficient than CPU encoding and alleviates the need for casual streamers to use a dedicated stream PC. 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 72.8% 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.

Strengths

Avg. Locally-deformable PRT (Bat) 211fps
Avg. NBody particle system (Galaxy) 211fps

Very poor consistency

The range of scores (95th - 5th percentile) for the Nvidia RTX 2080-Ti is 75.9%. This is a particularly wide range which indicates that the Nvidia RTX 2080-Ti performs inconsistently under varying real world conditions.

Weaknesses

Avg. High dynamic range lighting (Teapot) 206fps
Avg. Parallax occlusion mapping (Stones) 231fps
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Average Bench

(Based on 322,225 samples)
Min Avg Max
153 Lighting 211 247
144 Reflection 206 281
150 Parallax 231 272
170% 216 fps
Min Avg Max
163 MRender 255 297
145 Gravity 211 243
141 Splatting 166 185
176% 211 fps
User Benchmarks Bench 3D DX9 3D DX10 3D DX11
The fastest GPU (mainstream) averages a speed of 100%
MSI(1462 3770) ≥ 4GB
CLim: 2205 MHz, MLim: 3500 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 496.76
Lighting 241
Reflection 209
Parallax 251
195% 233 fps
MRender 267
Gravity 232
Splatting 176
191% 225 fps
CLim: 2190 MHz, MLim: 3500 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 497.09
Lighting 219
Reflection 203
Parallax 239
177% 220 fps
MRender 248
Gravity 223
Splatting 172
183% 214 fps
Asus(1043 8675) ≥ 4GB
CLim: 2100 MHz, MLim: 3500 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 496.76
Lighting 209
Reflection 200
Parallax 230
169% 213 fps
MRender 262
Gravity 208
Splatting 171
175% 214 fps
CLim: 2250 MHz, MLim: 3912 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 497.09
Lighting 205
Reflection 205
Parallax 205
166% 205 fps
MRender 205
Gravity 205
Splatting 179
165% 196 fps
CLim: 2160 MHz, MLim: 3500 MHz, Ram: 11GB, Driver: 456.71
Lighting 201
Reflection 303
Parallax 232
162% 245 fps
MRender 252
Gravity 200
Splatting 158
168% 203 fps
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Hardware Id Samples Bench ± SD Model / Price (MSRP ≈ $1000 @ launch in Sep '18)
Asus(1043 866A) 16% 171% ± 20%
Asus RTX 2080 Ti 11GB ROG Strix
ROG-STRIX-RTX2080TI-O11G-GAMING
AmazonUS $2,0006 months
MSI(1462 3715) 8% 179% ± 19%
MSI RTX 2080 Ti 11GB Gaming
RTX 2080 Ti GAMING X TRIO
AmazonUS $1,9779 months
EbayUS $3,19918 mins
Nvidia(10DE 12A4) 7% 172% ± 16%
EVGA(3842 2383) 5% 165% ± 28%
Gigabyte(1458 37A9) 5% 173% ± 24%
Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti 11GB Gaming OC
GV-N208TGAMING OC-11GC
AmazonUS $1,3767 months
MSI(1462 3711) 5% 166% ± 19%
EVGA(3842 2281) 4% 164% ± 18%
EVGA RTX 2080 Ti 11GB Black
11G-P4-2281-KR
AmazonUS $2,0002 months
EVGA(3842 2487) 4% 184% ± 23%
EVGA RTX 2080 Ti 11GB FTW3 Ultra Gaming
11G-P4-2487-KR
EbayUS $1,44710 days
BHPhotoUS $1,49923 months
AmazonUS $2,2504 months
Zotac(19DA 1503) 4% 174% ± 18%
Zotac RTX 2080 Ti 11GB GAMING AMP SPECTRA RGB
ZT-T20810D-10P
AmazonUS $2,2086 months
Gigabyte(1458 37C0) 4% 171% ± 12%
EVGA(3842 2382) 3% 175% ± 14%
Gigabyte(1458 37BD) 3% 184% ± 9%
Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti 11GB Xtreme
GV-N208TAORUS X-11GC
AmazonUS $2,4896 months
Gigabyte(1458 37B9) 2% 187% ± 31%
Nvidia(10DE 1E07) 2% 160% ± 30%
Nvidia(10DE 1E04) 2% 174% ± 15%
Asus(1043 8667) 2% 162% ± 27%
Asus RTX 2080 Ti 11GB Dual-fan OC
DUAL-RTX2080TI-O11G
AmazonUS $1,5005 months
Zotac(19DA 2503) 1% 180% ± 10%
Gigabyte(1458 37AC) 1% 152% ± 26%
EVGA(3842 2384) 1% 171% ± 18%
Nvidia(10DE 12FA) 1% 189% ± 17%
Gainward(10B0 1E07) 1% 173% ± 17%
PNY(196E 12FB) 1% 142% ± 41%
HP(103C 8550) 1% 158% ± 17%
MSI(1462 3713) 1% 182% ± 9%
Asus(1043 8675) 1% 156% ± 24%
Asus(1043 866B) 1% 175% ± 5%
EVGA(3842 2484) 1% 175% ± 24%
Gigabyte(1458 37C4) 1% 184% ± 21%
Asus(1043 8687) 1% 170% ± 4%
EVGA(3842 2386) 1% 168% ± 15%
Nvidia(10DE 12AE) 1% 158% ± 20%
EVGA(3842 2489) 1% 196% ± 6%
Asus(1043 866C) 1% 180% ± 9%
Asus(1043 8668) 1% 159% ± 17%
MSI(1462 3716) 1% 192% ± 2%
MSI(1462 3770) 0% 187% ± 18%
Gigabyte(1458 37BC) 0% 180% ± 14%
EVGA(3842 2589) 0% 203% ± 2%
Asus(1043 8666) 0% 176% ± 3%
EVGA(3842 2280) 0% 174% ± 1%
EVGA(3842 2483) 0% 176% ± 4%
Zotac(19DA 4513) 0% 184% ± 1%
Gigabyte(1458 37BF) 0% 185% ± 5%
Gigabyte(1458 37BE) 0% 180% ± 2%
MSI(1462 3710) 0% 168% ± 15%
MSI(1462 3712) 0% 164% ± 8%
EVGA(3842 2387) 0% 168% ± 0%
Gigabyte(1458 37BB) 0% 191% ± 0%
Dell(1028 3718) 0% 181% ± 0%
Asus(1043 875A) 0% 184% ± 0%
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Gaming
Gaming 166%
UFO
Desktop
Desktop 101%
UFO
Workstation
Workstation 166%
UFO

Motherboard: Asus ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO (WI-FI) - $312

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 Comments

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18 hrs ago.

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I have the EVGA FTW3 And I've been GPU playing intensive games such as Cyberpunk and Control lately, trying to make it quit and it JUST WON'T. Granted I'm playing at 1080p, but even when I threw it up on my 65"4k tv it was giving me the exact same performance at almost no increase in temperature. This card really is a wondrous thing. Oh, and I bought if off some poor fellow for only $650 at the launch of the 3080 series cause I wasn't able to get my hands on one due to the tremendous amount of scalpers sucking the supply out from under consumers' feet. But I do not regret this buy one single bit and I think I'm going to stick with this one for quite some time. —Jan '21


Excellent

11 days ago.

Best graphic card in the world:)


Poor

1 month ago.

Get a RTX 3070, it’s cheaper and better


Poor

2 months ago.

i purchased it year and a half ago, still one of the top few GPUs out there, and at the very least from the 2080Ti's had stock to buy lol


Good

3 months ago.

Great for 4K, but at 1100+$ overpriced


Poor

1 day ago.

Great card, But not as great as the new 30 Series Cards.


Poor

1 month ago.

titan vs rtx 2080 ti thats whay


Excellent

6 months ago.

Beyond ridiculously expensive GPU, ugly and cheap-looking designs just like the whole RTX series. Just terrible and definitely not worthy successor considering beyond ridiculous price tag and low gains from older GTX 1080Ti.


Good

15 days ago.

most powerfull gpu in the world now, if u have the money u can have the best performance with it


Good

20 months ago.

is so poweful good for me i needed that thx who made it


Average

1 month ago.

Too expensive for its performance comparing it to newer models


Good

3 years ago.


Terrible

2 years ago.

overprice gpu . need cost 800-900 $


Good

2 years ago.

The Nvidia's flagship gaming GPU currently (if you exclude Titan RTX from the argument). While the price of this GPU is the absolute bonker for most user (mostly costing 1000 USD or more), if you need GPU that is capable of 1440p 144fps and/or 2160p 60fps+ at ultra, then this GPU is right for you.


Terrible

2 years ago.

Bad


Excellent

16 months ago.

Hardcore and rich gamers will adore this card, pronto. This GPU scores insane FPS scores and rich lighting and reflections that blows the roof off for many people looking for a insanely fast GPU for gaming, mining, and ultra computing tasks. However this card is much more expensive than its predecessor, the GTX 2080 Super, making this card and the 2080 Super a choice for budget gaming PCs. Overall, this GPU is insanely great for games demanding high FPS and quality, this GPU is a total beast.


Terrible

2 years ago.

Terrible price. Currently, it may offer the best performance for a consumer-grade GPU, but Nvidia and its AIB partners will make you pay dearly for it. In terms of value, it is quite literally the worst even factoring in its excellent performance. Had this card been priced at around $700 (USD) like its predecessor, it would still be a poor value, but it would be far more compelling than it is at current prices.


Excellent

22 months ago.

Only GPU to get if doing 4k, get one that is overclocked to the max to get 60fps in games like RDR2.


Average

9 months ago.

Bad deal now the 30 series launched


Average

3 years ago.

Gets the job of 4K gaming done, but until there is more information about RTX this is not really worth the money.


Terrible

3 years ago.

Way overprised


Good

22 months ago.

Very good gpu but the price is a killer


Average

2 years ago.

If you're rich, buy it. If you're looking for a high-tier gaming PC but you're not rich, DO NOT GET THIS CARD. You will never use its full potential just through gaming. Unless you are putting this card in a workstation, then yeah, this card will be perfect. But I don't recommend getting this card just for casual or even hardcore gaming.


Good

14 months ago.

expensive


Poor

3 years 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.


Good

2 years ago.

rtx 2080 ti expensive and crazy fast performance


Good

2 years ago.

gucci


Average

3 years 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


Excellent

2 years ago.

Easy OC for MSI Trio X 11GB with MSI afterburner at +115Mhz Core Clock and 1.000MHz Memory Clock


Poor

21 months ago.

Too expensive - Duh!


Excellent

2 years ago.

Overkill!! Totaly overkill


Excellent

23 months ago.

Nvidia at it again, creating the absolute best graphics card on the market. This absolute monster of a graphics card can crush through modern AAA titles and melt e-sports titles with the slightest of ease. If you bought this graphics card, congratulations. You have the greatest gaming card of the decade.


Excellent

18 months ago.

If you are a hard core gamer, then this is the card for you. No compromises here, allowing you to play games at the highest settings, and when overclocked you enjoy frames per second and visual fidelity at settings no other gaming card can provide. When it comes to gaming the GPU is what counts, and pairing it with a High frequency intel cpu i5 is all you need, spend less on the cpu, more on the gpu. There is more to the card than meets the eye, if you keep up with nvidia's platforming for ai machine learning, this card has features baked in that will take advantage of these efforts more and more. 540p images will be upscaled to 16k image quality. with massive image quality gain overall, and performance boost. Thats what you get for the 1200$


Excellent

2 years ago.

Expensive, but the only true 4k@60 card on the market for a gamer


Terrible

2 years ago.

Overpriced, ray-tracing a marketing sham.


Good

22 months ago.

I like Nvidia Cards . I actually use a GTX 1080 Ti non overclocked (I try to OC but it is really not needed ) I tested the GTX 1070 , the 1070 Ti and the 1080, the 1070 Ti and 1080 very similar. I would like to try the RTX to see the difference


Excellent

20 months ago.

This is the best card I ever had


Excellent

10 months ago.

Actual prices are far inflated on here to misrepresent the card. Nvidia has held back the card as VRMs have been proven to handle 600w plus. For every 2x 8pin card should be a 375w bios & 3x 8pin cards should have 525w bios. With max Voltage of 1.068 very low and overclocked max is 1.093v. Running a 375w my standard 2080ti provides a 220% GPU result here or 10% faster on average than 400w+ 3080 cards. The 3000 series has been overblown and out of stock. - Many wasted 2080ti's running 260w power limits


Good

3 years ago.

But it's very to big price for exactly the same memory (quantity) and GDDR 6 it's not very higher better to GDDR5X for the performance and the price, and the capacity for the ray tracing is for me, actually, not pertinent for a game.


Excellent

2 years ago.

It's like I never knew what gaming was before!


Excellent

22 months ago.

beast mode


Terrible

3 years ago.

i aint bill gates


Excellent

2 years ago.

Nvidia is making OCing easier with OC scanner. +150mhz stable.


Terrible

2 years ago.

Barely adequate for 4k now. In 6-8 months Ampere will be out and Intel is coming to the GPU party. $1,200 is a big spend this late in the cycle as this card will be passed up by the next gen 70 series with the die shrink.


Excellent

24 months ago.

A bit loud though


Excellent

24 months ago.

This card is nothing but a monster. I purchased a Zotac AMP! Edition card recently coming from an R9 390x that was one of the best benching of those cards on this site, and lo and behold this glorious thing made that seem like a dinosaur... After some ocing, it literally set the new standard for highest bench of a 2080ti at 206%!!!! https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/22553857

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Excellent

24 months ago.

MSI RTX 2080TI gaming x trio, this is a beast on steroids. With a little over clocking, nothing can stand in its way. Its very loud.


Excellent

16 months ago.

I have never owned a graphics card of this caliber. I got an Alienware with an AMD 3900x and 32gb of 3200mhz DDR4. It's amazing the difference in speed compared to previous cards I've owned. This card pared with my Ryzen 9 is off the charts. I love how I can overclock my GPU and the GDDR6 memory runs at 7000mhz before being overclocked. I play War Thunder with my graphics settings maxed out and I still get around 100fps. That is a lot for how intricate and detailed the terrain and buildings are in that game. If you can afford it I highly recommend this card. 11gb of memory on the card is enough to play any game now and games to come. It has ray tracing which will be utilized by future games and I am confident this card will perform very well for years to come. I recommend Dell Alienware also. I am getting a 190% score on the card and a 93.3% on my processor. The Samsung SSD is at 355% and my 32gb of DDR4 3200mhz is at 113%. If you can build your own system it is probably cheaper but it's nice to have a warranty and Dell support assist to keep every aspect of my computer updated with the newest driver and maintenance tools for keeping your PC running like new. AMD and Nvidia work seamlessly together in my system so if your on the fence AMD graphics cards aren't quite up to par with the RTX 2080ti as of yet and I admit I wasn't sure how an Nvidia card would perform with the Ryzen CPU. I hope my comment helps inform people that AMD and Intel at the moment are both great companies and Nvidia is the leader right now when it comes to graphics cards. I suspect AMD will catch up sooner or later because they are a very innovate and experienced when it comes to CPU and GPU architecture. My first PCI express card back in 2003 was an ATI Radeon x800 and I remember how much better it was than the Nvidia card I had previously. Again I cannot express in words how awesome the RTX 2080ti is. You have to experience it to understand and it is very important to make sure you have a 144mhz refresh rate monitor to go along with your system.


Terrible

15 months ago.

Pathetic value for money


Average

3 years 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.


Excellent

3 years ago.

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


Average

3 years 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.


Excellent

2 years ago.

Better 1080TI


Excellent

2 years ago.

Crazy fast performance. If you have the cash to spend, don't cheap out, grab this card.


Excellent

2 years ago.

Fast, If you want the best this is it.


Good

2 years ago.

top notch card, performance per $ is totally a joke


Excellent

2 years ago.

best gpu


Excellent

17 months ago.

Poor people hate it.


Excellent

10 months ago.

Excellent


Excellent

8 months ago.

Really love this gpu and never had problems with it for almost two years now.


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