So if I buy a $1200 video card, I still need to need to dial back some settings? Lol, no thanks. IMHO, stick with the 1080P/1440P capable cards in your budget and wait until 4K is figured out. Not getting rid of my AMD 390X card soon it looks like.
From what I've seen on performance, shouldn't the 2080, the 1080ti, Titan Xp, and Titan XP be in the same grouping and the 1080 and 1070ti be in a group, with the 1070, Titan X Maxwell and the 980ti be in a group? It appears that more thought needs put into this list and I hope you have time since I do use this as a baseline.
thank god I got my 1080ti at 750ish and it is still ranked practically to 2nd place I am sure my liquid cooled 1080ti boosts itself to 2nd place with 1962mhz evga ftw3 hybrid I have yet to manual clock it but I think I can get at least 2050mhz easy and stable if I wanted to void my warranty lol
I got the titan xp still up there this comparison is jinxed. I was a comparison in Youtube showing 2018 ti and titan xp showing the clarity of the picture at the same time, clearly the titan was better..
Competely agree with the post below! Please keep the GPU Performance Hierarchy Table going! It is brilliant and I refer to this table very often.
MARKBANANG 1 month ago
Please don't give up on the GPU Performance Hierarchy Table. I see it's now been renamed "Legacy GPU Hierarchy", so I hope that doesn't mean you intend to stop updating it.
For many years this table has been the single best resource for quickly comparing graphics cards. Detailed reviews are great for comparing cards within a category, but for quickly dismissing a card or prompting further research, there is nothing else on the web which compares to it. It would be a real shame for it to fall into neglect.
Here is an update for the scatter plot with the 590 and new prices for 29 November 2018
It shows that the budget card should be the RX 560. AMD wins all the way until Nvidia takes the crown with the 1070 Ti (but the Vega 56 is rougly on the same place.
From this point, spending more money has diminnishing returns. It doesn't makes sense to buy more than the RTX 2080.