Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super Gaming OC Synthetic Benchmark Results
For the benchmark results, instead of dividing the results based on the title of the game, I will group the results based on the resolution instead. That way, it would be much easier for you to browse the results instead of hopping from one page to another.
In this page I’ll show you the synthetic benchmarks first. The next following pages are for the 1080p benchmark results, then 1440p benchmark results and finally the 2160p or 4K UHD benchmark results. Some of you might not be interested in synthetic benchmarks, but there are others who would like to see them. You can use the table of contents to skip to the benchmark results that you would like to see first.
Like in my previous graphics card reviews, I include 3DMark Fire Strike, 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme, 3DMark Fire Strike Ultra, 3DMark Time Spy and 3DMark Time Spy Extreme. I’ve also included Unigine 2’s Superposition benchmark at 1080p, 1440p and 2160p resolution. Below are the scores that I got for the Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super Gaming OC 8G.
As you can see from the results above, the Gigabyte’s RTX 2070 Super Gaming OC is performing neck and neck with MSI’s RTX 2070 Super Gaming X. This is expected and it should be, since both are the same RTX 2070 Super GPU after all. Gigabyte’s RTX 2070 Super seems to perform just a tad better. Perhaps this is because Gigabyte’s graphics card runs cooler; thus, it can reach higher boost clock speed and/or sustains higher boost clock speeds than MSI’s RTX 2070 super.
Let’s proceed to the next page for the game benchmark results.