NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2060 & 2070 SUPER At 1080p, 1440p & Ultrawide

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by Rob Williams on July 6, 2019 in Graphics & Displays

The first Turing GeForce cards released almost ten months ago, so it’s time for an upgrade – perhaps even a “SUPER” one? With a new title to hit the GeForce line, we’re getting just that with updated RTX 2060 and 2070s, and promises of an updated 2080 coming SUPER soon. Let’s see what the first new cards are made of.

Synthetic: 3DMark, VRMark & Superposition

UL 3DMark

UL 3DMark Fire Strike (1080p) - NVIDIA RTX SUPER 2060 and 2070 Performance
UL 3DMark Fire Strike (4K) - NVIDIA RTX SUPER 2060 and 2070 Performance
UL 3DMark Time Spy Extreme (4K) - NVIDIA RTX SUPER 2060 and 2070 Performance

The RTX 2070 SUPER struts its stuff well in all three of these UL benchmarks, placing well ahead of the rest of the lineup – including of course the GPU it’s replacing. Likewise, the 2060 SUPER sees a big uptick in performance over the RTX 2060, which is partly why NVIDIA is adding this as an additional SKU for $50 more, rather than replace the original 2060.

UL VRMark

Futuremark VRMark Cyan Room
UL VRMark (Cyan Room) - NVIDIA RTX SUPER 2060 and 2070 Performance
UL VRMark (Blue Room) - NVIDIA RTX SUPER 2060 and 2070 Performance

The more we look at these results, the more we know they’d look so much better with AMD’s Navi added in, as it’s going to give us a more reflective view of what you’re going to be able to buy soon. Fortunately, those results are coming super-soon.

Unigine Superposition

Unigine Superposition
Unigine Superposition (1080p) - NVIDIA RTX SUPER 2060 and 2070 Performance
Unigine Superposition (4K) - NVIDIA RTX SUPER 2060 and 2070 Performance

Wrapping things up, the 2070 SUPER once again exhibits some huge strengths over its predecessor, while the RX Vega 64 continues to put forth a valiant effort against the original RTX 2060. Ultimately, we’re seeing some serious strength from the green team – but competition is coming.

Rob Williams

Rob founded Techgage in 2005 to be an 'Advocate of the consumer', focusing on fair reviews and keeping people apprised of news in the tech world. Catering to both enthusiasts and businesses alike; from desktop gaming to professional workstations, and all the supporting software.

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