We can see that the New RTX 2070 Super packs 2560 CUDA cores over its predecessors 2304 cores.
Since EVGA turns off the fans when not under load, the card hovers around the upper 40C mark just sitting at the Windows desktop.
Turing based cards are usually power limited, so we’ll start out maxing out the power limit in EVGA’s Precision X1. EVGA allows an additional 12%.
This really doesn’t seem to make much of a difference as we end up with roughly the same score.
Next, we’ll push the memory as far as we can. We make it clear up to 16,500 MHz effective on VRAM, a pretty impressive jump over the stock 14,000 MHz.
This alone gets us around 300 more points total in Time Spy.
Pushing the core up, we are able to get +80MHz, any more and it would crash in benchmarks.
This doesn’t actually get us 80MHz more, only about 50MHz on average actually.
Either way, we pick up an additional 350 points, beating our stock score by about 6%