- Nvidia Geforce RTX-series is born
- Turing architecture and RTX series
- The new Turing architecture in more details
- Shader improvements and GDDR6 memory
- Nvidia RTX Ray Tracing and DLSS
- The Geforce GTX 2080 Ti and GTX 2080 graphics cards
- Test Setup
- First performance details, UL 3DMark
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Assassin’s Creed: Origins
- The Witcher 3, Battlefield 1
- F1 2018, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
- Power consumption, temperatures and overclocking
- All Pages
F1 2018, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Codemaster’s F1 2018 is probably one of the best racing simulations around, at least if you are into Formula 1, and while it still sticks to DirectX 11, it puts decent pressure on the hardware.
The RTX 2080 Ti hit over 100fps at 2160p and over 170fps at 1440p resolution while the RTX 2080 was enough just over 80fps at 2160p and over 130fps at 1440p.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus mostly comes to our list as it supports Vulkan API, and it usually did quite well on AMD Radeon graphics cards but RTX-series brings a whole new level of performance leaving everything in the dust.
The RTX 2080 Ti hits well over 120fps at 2160p resolution and over 220fps at 1440p, which is an incredible result, especially considering that GTX 1080 Ti was hitting just under 70fps at 2160p and a bit over 120fps at 1440p.
The RTX 2080 also does well, pushing over 90fps at 2160p and over 170fps at 1440p.