There are a lot of posts out there and “ultimate guides” giving full spec breakdowns on new and old graphic cards, but a lot of people are just looking for a quick side by side comparison of the “new vs old” graphics cards. Newegg lets you do this, but only 5 at a time. Wikipedia kind of does this, but you can’t compare different series.
In this post I’m only going to compare CUDA cores, memory, MSRP, mem type, base clock speed, and power. I realize there is a whole wealth of other specifications that really matter when making a purchase, but these are always the first thing I look at when weighing a new graphics card.
Last updated August 2019. If I made any mistakes or you think I should add anything tweet me at @pmkoom.
|Card||CUDA Cores||Memory||MSRP||Mem Type||Clock||Power|
|GTX 1070||1920||8GB||$379||GDDR5||1506 MHz||150 watts|
|GTX 1070ti||2432||8GB||$449||GDDR5||1607 MHz||180 watts|
|GTX 1080||2560||8GB||$499||GDDR5||1607 MHz||180 watts|
|GTX 1080ti||3584||11GB||$669||GDDR5||1480 MHz||250 watts|
|RTX 2060||1920||6GB||$349||GDDR6||1365 MHz||160 watts|
|RTX 2060 Super||2176||6GB||$399||GDDR6||1470 MHz||175watts|
|RTX 2070||2304||8GB||$499||GDDR6||1410 MHz||175 watts|
|RTX 2070 Super||2560||8GB||$499||GDDR6||1605MHz||215 watts|
|RTX 2080||2944||8GB||$699||GDDR6||1650 MHz||225watts|
|RTX 2080 Super||3072||8GB||$699||GDDR6||1650 MHz||250 watts|
|RTX 2080ti||4352||11GB||$999||GDDR6||1350 MHz||260 watts|
|GTX 1650||896||4GB||$179||GDDR6||1485 MHz||75 watts|
|GTX 1660||1408||6GB||$229||GDDR6||1785MHz||120 watts|
|GTX 1660Ti||1536||6GB||$349||GDDR6||1770 MHz||120 watts|
The 20 series uses “Ray Tracing” which was largely debated when it was first released it is geared towards gaming graphics.
The 16 series uses the Turing architecture. They marketed the 16 series towards live streamers.
Is there anything that I’m missing that absolutely needs to be added? Memory Clock? Ports? If so, let me know! Thanks for checking this out!