Following the processor, memory, and hard drive, today’s Lu Master has released its 2019 graphics performance ranking. The list shows that NVIDIA TITAN RTX won the title, and the top five are All The N card, A card did not make the top five. As an advanced version of the RTX 2080 Ti, NVIDIA TITAN RTX has the same TU102 core, which can calculate up to 11 billion rays per second and total 18.6 billion transistors, Mr. Lu said.
In addition, the 24GB GDDR6 memory meets the 8K resolution of ray-traced games, is also the best GPU for processing huge data sets, AI computing tasks, the strongest graphics card is well deserved.
In addition to the 20 Series, 10 Series graphics and AMD RX series, which regularly appear on the list, a number of new graphics cards have been added to the war this year.
With the NVIDIA Super and AMD RX 5000 series as the main two new card camps, the competition between the two is particularly fierce, with a step-by-step arrangement of performance.
This year’s new card was the best performer with the RTX 2080 Super, with an average score of more than 340,000.
AMD’s top-ranked AMD Radeon VII is AMD’s first 7nm graphics card with a Vega 20 GPU and 3840 stream processor.
The most powerful of the RX 5000 series is the RX 5700XT, built on a new RDNA architecture with 2,560 stream processors, all in more than 320,000 minutes.
In addition, of the most popular graphics cards of 2019, AMD only rx580 Series with cost-effective to squeeze into second place, the rest are all N-cards, N-card can be said to be a big win. In terms of graphics share, NVIDIA accounted for 66.78 percent and AMD 27.93 percent.
In 2020, AMD is expected to introduce a more powerful RDNA2 architecture that will also add hardware-accelerated light-tracing capabilities to NVIDIA, while NVIDIA’s game RTX photo chase technology will also use more products and adapt to more games, and it remains to be seen what spark the A and N cards will collide.
Here’s a detailed list: