Of course it can be compared, are any ray tracing games, let only dlls enabled games available yet?. DLSS is just fake 4k using the deep learning cores. Similar to PS4 pro checkboard , Xbox X etc. Rtx 1070 (106) matches a gtx 1080 and some more with current games. Ray tracing needs a rtx 2080ti (104 ) to shine at 1080p @60fps and 4k @60fps possibly (if DLSS is enabled and works). I doubt ray tracing enabled games on rtx 2080/70 will hit 60fps at 4k, prob 2160p/1080p at 60fps respectively with DLSS enabled. Hope ray tracing/DLSS doesn't end up like hair works
Wait until 7nm in 2019 Both AMD and NVidia will release something in Q2. AMD has announced that they will, and NVidia always tries to spoil their party. AMD Vega 7nm (no, NAVI isn't here yet) will be announced that will be the best power-to-performance ratio in the mid-high end (but will overclock well), and either NVidia announces a GTX 2090/TI on 12nm that becomes the new performance king, or less likely 7nm. I called the 2000 series launch as a flop, since the 10 series was still going strong, AMD hadn't released anything competitive since Vega (and that wasn't that big a hit), and NVidia had a backlog of 300,000(reported returns from AIB partners)-1million (by some estimates) 10-series GPUs to sell. The pricing of the 20 series and the fact that NVidia is still actively selling the 10 series until at least January reflects that.
thank you for bringing this to peoples attention... no sli on this, another indication this is a x60 card ..
Why is the comparison only valid for 5 year old games? 1 year old games don't support raytracing or DLSS either. In fact neither do 1 month old games. Also since we're talking about a 2070 here, RT probably isn't going to be relevant since evidence suggests that even the 2080 TI is probably going to struggle with RT at a lowly 1080p, and the 2070 only has around 60% of the RT performance of that card.
Yes. Spend a lot of time on eBay.