3DMark benchmark scores of GeForce RTX 2080 leaked
The Nvidia GeForce RX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 are without a doubt two of the most interesting graphics card of recent times due to the introduction of real-time raytracing technology, which is also reflected in the RTX branding instead of the usual GTX prefix.
A benchmark of the RTX 2080 has now been leaked, as the card was tested via a couple of 3DMark benchmarks with the latest GeForce drivers. It’s likely that this benchmark was run by a reviewer, who accidentally uploaded the score to the Futuremark online database.
In terms of numbers, the RX 2080 manages to score 10,147 points and 10,659 graphics points in the Timespy benchmark – which is on par with the current GTX 1080 Ti and in some cases, even slightly better.
The Fire Stike benchmark was also run, where the card managed to score no less than 21,992 points – once again bringing it to the level of the current consumer flagship, the GTX 1080 Ti.
It’s worth noting that these benchmarks were taken with a standard, non-overclocked card, so performance could be higher with (factory) overclocked cards. These benchmarks were taken in combination with an Intel Core i7 8700K processor (at standard clock speeds) and 16 GB of memory.
We’ll likely start seeing much more benchmarks in the coming days as we come closer to the release of Nvidia’s new generation of graphics cards.