First note that in the graph the video cards are positioned by price, from the most expensive video card to the least expensive video card based on MSRP. The bar graphs in orange show the new SUPER card performance.
In the graph above we are using the latest version of Hitman 2. The game is running in DX12 and we have all of the in-game settings at their maximum values for graphics. We are testing at 1440p. We are using the built-in benchmark (Miami) for testing results and we verified playability in gameplay. Feel free to test your video cards performance and see how it compares against ours.
At this resolution all the video cards above the GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER can maintain over 60FPS, except for the regular RTX 2060. The GTX 1080 Ti and RTX 2070 SUPER are at the same performance. The RTX 2070 SUPER is 8% faster than the RTX 2070 FE. The RTX 2060 SUPER is 12% faster than the RTX 2060 while the RTX 2060 SUPER is very close to RTX 2070 FE performance.
At 1080p all the video cards are playable. We see the same comparisons as we’ve previously seen, but it seems here that we may be experiencing a bit of CPU bottlenecking for this particular game at this lower resolution. We could enable some SSAA here to help alleviate this, but we didn’t have time to test every scenario. It basically renders the RTX 2060 SUPER up to the 2070 SUPER and GTX 1080 Ti at the same performance. Note how it is still an improvement over the RTX 2060 however.
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