They have released the specs on the RTX 2080ti, 2080, and 2070 with comparisons to the top 10 series cards…
Here are the specs
|Core Speed (MHz)||1350||1710||1410||1481||1607||1607||1506|
|Memory bit width (bit)||352||256||256||352||256||256||256|
|Memory Bandwidth (GB/s)||616||448||448||484||320||256||256|
|Memory||11 GB DDR6||8 GB DDR6||8 GB DDR6||11GB GDDR5x||8 GB GDDR5x||8GB GDDR5||8GB GDDR5|
|Memory Speed||14 Gbps||14 Gbps||14 Gbps||11 Gbps||10 Gbps||8 Gbps||8 Gbps|
|Power Connector||8pin +8pin||6pin +8pin||8pin||6pin +8pin||8pin||8pin||8pin|
2080ti Solid numbers that should put up decent daily profits for mining… though with its price I fear it might have longest ROI.
2080 with a 14.31% lower processing power and 27.27% less of memory at a 34% lower price then the 2080ti this seems like a better price to performance point then the 2080ti. Might be a suitable for desktop card swaps.
2070 Has 44.71% lower processing power then the 2080ti and 27.27% less memory then a 2080ti though it has a 50% lower price point then a 2080ti.
When you look at the 2070 vs 2080ti the 2070 has half the price tag of a 2080ti that means you can buy 2 of these for the price of a 2080ti and thus buying 2 of these would yield you 10.59% more processing power and 45% more memory at a power increase of 25%.
I am interested to hear your opinions; right now I am leaning toward the 2070s as my current rigs (which are 12 card rigs with either 1000w or 1200w PSUs) can handle the power of the the 2070s and the heat should be comparable to the 1070tis which is big for me as I live in the south.