NVIDIA has just officially announced its new SUPER graphics cards. As we’ve already reported, these new SUPER graphics cards are enhanced/upgraded versions of the GeForce RTX2080, RTX2070 and RTX2060 GPUs.
According to the green team, the new GeForce RTX SUPER Series has even more cores and higher clocks, bringing you performance that’s up to 25% faster than the original RTX 20 Series.
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080 Super is said to be faster than the Titan XP, comes with 11 TFLOPs of FP32 and 11 TFLOPs of INT32 compute power, as well as 89 Tensor TFLOPS, and will be priced at $699. On the other hand, the RTX2070 Super will be priced at $499, promises to be faster than the GTX1080Ti, comes with 9 TFLOPs of FP32 and 9 TFLOPs of INT32 compute power, and sports 73 Tensor TFLOPS. Last but not least, the GeForce RTX2060 Super will be priced at $379, promises to be faster than the GTX1080, comes with 7 TFLOPs of FP32 and 7 TFLOPs of INT32 compute power, and packs 57 Tensor TFLOPS.
It’s also worth noting that the first third-party gaming benchmarks for both the GeForce RTX2070 SUPER and RTX 2060 SUPER have surfaced. The benchmarks for the GeForce RTX2080 SUPER will come out at a later date.
Let’s start with TechPowerUp‘s results. With the exception of Strange Brigade, we can see that the RTX2070 SUPER offers a better gaming experience than both the GTX1080Ti and the AMD Radeon VII graphics cards (do note that the AMD Radeon VII is priced at $699).
On the other hand, Guru3D claims that the RTX 2070 SUPER is not as fast as the Radeon VII in both Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Battlefield 5 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider. These three games appear to favour AMD’s GPU.
Overclock3D reports that the RTX2070 SUPER is slightly slower than the AMD Radeon VII in Resident Evil 2 and Forza Horizon 4, but faster in Monster Hunter World.
HardwareUnboxed has also shared its graphics benchmarks for these new two GPUs and you can find its video below.