Despite costing an arm, a leg plus a couple of kidneys, Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080Ti has quickly established itself as the best graphics card on the planet. If you’ve ever wanted to play games in 4K at the highest settings without the faff of gaffer-taping two GPUs together via SLI bridges and whatnot, the RTX 2080Ti is by far and away the best single card solution for 4K perfection chasers. As with any graphics card purchase, however, the big problem facing prospective RTX 2080Ti owners is which of the many thousands of this particular card is actually the best one to buy?
To help shed a bit of light on the issue, I’ve been pitting a bunch of different RTX 2080Tis against each other to see which one’s best, including MSI’s GeForce RTX 2080Ti Duke OC, Zotac’s GeForce RTX 2080Ti AMP! Edition and Nvidia’s own Founders Edition. Of course, this is still just a small fraction of all the various 2080Tis out there at the moment, and I’ll do my best to add more cards to this giant graphical showdown when I can. For now, though, it’s a three-horse race between Nvidia, Zotac and MSI. Come and find out how they got on through the medium of some graphs.