Nvidia Releases The Beast – Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Review

3DMark Fire strike

3DMark Firestrike shows that the new RTX SUPER SUPER comes in ahead of the outgoing RTX 2080, while in the ultra test it comes in right in line with a 1080 Ti, and in the Extreme test  the 2080 SUPER steadily beats the 1080 Ti and nudges closer to the TITAN Xp.

3DMark Time Spy

Time Spy is the newest 3DMark entry being a DX12 variant. The RTX 2080 SUPER easily surpasses the TITAN Xp and falls between the RTX 2080 and the TITAN V.


VRMark has 3 levels, Easiest being Orange, then heavy being Cyan and insane mode being Blue. We are omitting Orange as every current card maxes it out and it is no longer a very viable representation of performance.

Cyan, we see that the RTX 2080 SUPER once again slots itself in between the RTX 2080 and the TITAN V.

Blue, as I said, is “insane mode” and it shows as the 2080 SUPER pulls a very good result easily eclipsing the RTX 2080 again and trailing the TITAN V.

Unigine Heaven 4.0 Pro

Heaven is a long time test ion our suite. It is from Unigine and pushes tessellation and some heavy GPU loading.

While Heaven may be aging, putting it at 4K still puts some hurt on the GPU and can give you a very good view of raw performance scaling. Here we see the RTX 2080 SUPER fall right in line behind the TITAN Xp. This just goes to show that while the Pascal GPUs may be outgoing, they still have some nice performance available in the right workload.

Unigine Superposition Pro

Superposition is the newest benchmark from Unigine and is better aligned with testing the newer cards we are testing today.

Here with Unigine Superposition, we see the 2080 SUPER sitting just barely above the RTX 2080, this test apparently did not care about the extra cores or faster memory.

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