Thats it really, is there much difference between a 2070 super and a 2080 gpu card?
Would be interested to know o/c comparison. Given a higher power draw i.e. more heat, if the 2070 super may be quicker?https://www.videocardbenchmark.net/compare/GeForce-RTX-2070-SUPER-vs-GeForce-RTX-2080/4116vs3989
2080 has a bit higher power consumption and is 5% faster.
Meaning 60 fps vs 63 fps.
Rest seems to be the same, they both come with 8gb vram.
My go-to page for OC maximum is Guru3D. My cards never ran as high as they benched it but came pretty close so I know they really squeeze them to the limit.Would be interested to know o/c comparison. Given a higher power draw i.e. more heat, if the 2070 super may be quicker?
The links and scores comparison was only about overclocking and there are no 1:1 gaming scores with the overclocked cards.Did you even look at the gaming scores in your links ? The 2070 Super is clearly faster in games ! No one cares about synthetic benchmark scores .
What are the prices for you?Thanks everyone for taking the time to answer my post, there sure is a lot to digest
Yeah. I got a 2070 Super because I grabbed it with a voucher from overclockers which made it £465 (basically covered shipping). 2080s on ebay were going for around 500 pounds (slightly over) so it was like a 50 or 60 pound difference. I didn't think it was worth the difference since they are so close in performance (and mine OCs really well!).the £530 was for the "Scan" cant remember the 2070 super, better check that, EVGA super black.
The £540 was for a nearly new Gainward rtx2080 triple, but eBay gave me a £50 pay back thingy.
so that made it £490.
I got a Gigabyte 8GB Gaming OC on Amazon through their used Amazon Warehouse store. I just kept scanning for used offers until a good one turned up.Where are you getting those prices? I'm seeing £500 for the 2070 super and up over £600 for the 2080.