Now some people do use their video cards for other uses like streaming, video production, and 3D modeling. With all of those compute performance is important. To check to see how the RTX 2070 SUPER FE can handle those loads I ran through a few different tests. The first was the GPU Compute test inside of Passmark’s Performance Test 9. Here the 2070 SUPER falls right in between the old 2070 and the old 2080. The older GTX 1000 series cards did still handle this test a little better with the older 1070 Ti basically matching the 2070 SUPER.
Now the Blender benchmark is an important one because it is one of the most popular 3D rendering programs and it is free. In this test, the high clock speeds of the 2070 SUPER did really well, even outperforming the RTX 2080.
In the two Basemark GPU tests again the RTX 2070 SUPER edges out ahead of the RTX 2080 which is impressive.
In Geekbench 4 the RTX 2080 pulled back ahead with the 2070 SUPER being about halfway between the 2080 and the overclocked 2070s.