Question Rtx 2080 super sli rtx 2080 non super??


Probably not, Nvidia has never allowed different GPUs to SLI, even when they are the same die. They had to have the same GPU, memory, and core count.

The only oddity I can think of was something like the 650Ti Boost and the 560 Ti, different branding, but the exact same GPU. It really didn't come up too often.

AMD was more lenient and let the same GPUs operate in Crossfire, but the larger card would be reduced to the lower core count.

SLI isn't really worth it anyway. Sell and replace with a 2080Ti. Then if you need more power at that point, consider 2080Ti SLI. Sadly monitors have outpaced GPUs for the first time in a while.
No, you cannot SLI, since the CUDA CORES are not same.

The full implementation of Nvidia’s TU104 GPU, the RTX 2080 Super boasts 3,072 CUDA Cores with a boost clock of 1,815MHz, 48 RT Cores (for ray tracing), 192 texture units and 8GB of GDDR6 clocked in at 15.5Gbps.

On the other hand, the older RTX 2080 has 2,944 CUDA Cores and 46 RT cores,, a boost clock of 1,710MHz, 184 texture units, and 8 GB of GDDR6 at 14Gbps.