NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 3DMark Benchmarks Leaked Out
Ron Perillo / 1 year ago
Early Leaks Show Good OC Performance
The official NDA on the GeForce RTX 20-series benchmarks are not lifting until a few more weeks. However, that does not guarantee that there won’t be any leaks coming out before that. In fact, benchmarks are now popping out in the usual places. Namely, the 3DMark benchmark database where reliable Thai leaker @TUM_APISAK compares the new one with the old.
RTX 2080? ( NVIDIA Graphics Device 8GB )
Time Spy Gpu Score 10,030https://t.co/wqRn8tt5QE
— APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) August 28, 2018
The comparison however, appears to be with overclocked speeds. Pushing the NVIDIA RTX 2080’s core clock to 2025MHz, which is a significant push from the stock 1515MHz. By default, the RTX 2080 boosts up to 1710MHz (1810MHz for Founder’s Edition). The GTX 1080 Ti’s core clock has also been pushed to 1860MHz, as well as the other card, a GTX 1080 with a 1911MHz clock speed.
How Does The Performance Compare?
The benchmark is conducted for 3DMark TimeSpy and shows a good margin from the GTX 1080 Ti, and a significant gain over the GTX 1080.
More Leaks Coming Out
VideoCardz.com also spotted another one, although this might be an RTX 2070 or an RTX 2080. This is due to the 7000MHz effective memory clock and 8GB memory configuration. However, the 2000MHz overclock might tip it to ward the RTX 2070 side.
Either way, it is very impressive in terms of performance. In fact, performing at 98% of the NVIDIA Titan Xp according to VideoCardz.com and is equivalent to an overclocked GTX 1080 Ti performance.