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GALAX RTX 2070 SUPER Work the Frames Graphics Card Review

Processor: Intel Core i9 10900K
Motherboard: ASUS ProArt Z490 Creator 10G
Memory: G.Skill TridentZ DDR4-3600 16GB
Storage: Patriot VPN100 1TB M.2 NVme
PSU: Seasonic Platinum 1050w
Cooling: Corsair H150i
Monitor: ROG PG27UQ 4K 144hz HDR1000
VGA: Listed

Note: This review was originally published September 8th, 2020. It has since been updated with our charts including the RTX 3080.

For a full-hardware workout, visit https://benchmarks.ul.com for our system warm-up and stress test of choice.

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For benchmarking methodology please see our game benchmark method guide.

We’re working with CapFrameX to deliver this review to you.

Since this is a GPU review, we benchmarked the area of the games that put heavy load on the GPU.

All our test runs are repeatable, click the links below for area and details. Read our benchmarking methodology.

  • DOTA2 – Kiev Major Grand Finals Game 5: OG vs Virtus.Pro (54:05 – 55:05)
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive: FPS Benchmark Workshop Map
  • The Witcher 3 – Woesong Bridge
  • Grand Theft Auto V – Palomino Highlands
  • Rainbow Six: Siege – Benchmark Mode
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider – Kuwaq Yaqu
  • Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2019 – Fog of War
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne – Wildspire Waste
  • F1 2020: Benchmark Mode (Australia)

See our Youtube playlist for benchmark sequences.

Note: Some proprietary technologies of NVIDIA like PCSSHBAO+, and HairWorks work on AMD GPU’s BUT to maintain uniformity amongst GPUs, these have been turned OFF.

You can click on any of the benchmark charts enlarge. You can also move forward and backwards to quickly navigate through our charts via gallery view. For this test, only the out-of-box normal mode will be tested.


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Owner and lead reviewer for Back2Gaming. More than 10-year of corporate IT experience as well as consumer IT journalism. His extensive skill set and experience in communicating complicated technical details into easily understandable bits. He's been with you since dial-up and the ISA slot. His favorite animal is the scapegoat.

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