Note that in all the graphs the video cards are compared by price. The most expensive video card by MSRP is on top, while the least expensive video card by MSRP is on bottom. In this way you can compare pricing from bottom to top and see where performance lies.
In the graph we are using the latest version of Battlefield V. The game is running in DX11 and we have all of the in-game settings at their maximum values for graphics. We are using the Multiplayer map of Rotterdam in a 64-player multiplayer game.
In Battlefield V performance is brilliant on all video cards, giving us 80FPS and above at 1440p. The Radeon VII is actually on par with the GeForce RTX 2080 FE. The new GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER FE is 4% faster than the RTX 2080 FE.
At 4K gameplay becomes iffy for the Radeon VII and RTX 2080 FE. However, the GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER FE is actually very playable at 4K. It’s 3% faster than the RTX 2080 FE, but that’s just enough to make 4K playable, it takes performance up that next notch that the game needs at 4K. The RTX 2080 Ti smashes everything though and is really the card for 4K for the best experience.
Once again, we wanted to push these cards hard by enabling Ultra Ray Tracing. In this game we enabled DX12 and are using Ultra Ray Tracing at 1440p, which is definitely not playable, but makes a good hard test. Even though the FPS difference is only 4 FPS, the percentage difference shows the GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER FE being 22% faster than the GeForce RTX 2080 FE! This really proves how much better it is at Ray Tracing compared to the RTX 2080 FE. The difference is so much higher with Ray Tracing than without. However, at 1440p even the RTX 2080 Ti is not playable. In this game you have to lower the resolution to 1080p for the RTX 2080 Ti to be playable with Ray Tracing.