RTX 2070 same as overclocked GTX 1070?

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  1. MiSJAH

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    Hi Folks,

    Looking to upgrade from the laptop in my sig to a 2070 or 2080 laptop.

    I've only found one source with firestrike results for the new notebook GPUs.

    Am I right in thinking that the firestrike graphics score for this RTX 2070 is worse then the graphics score for my overclocked GTX 1070?

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    My score: https://www.3dmark.com/fs/14356419

    Welcome any feedback from the community or other firestrike results for the new GPUs.

    Thanks.
     
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    Only gpu that i know that performs same as the desktop models is the alienware Area-51m. Not to mention the i9 cpu... lol, it looks like they did it.

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    Where did you see the bench results for the Area-51m?
     
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    Well, an overclocked 1070 was close to a stock 1080, so in a sense yes, the 2070 is like a 1080 or an overclocked 1070.

    The area 51 seemed nice when they revealed it, but the more info appears, the more... cautious I feel about it.
     
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    Very much the same here. But I can still be excited. I'll wair till HIDEVO get ahold of theirs and start up the bench marks in depth. The geek bench was only with a 1080p screen thought. I would pass on rh3 4k and get a gsync. Windows 10 has to so much input lag it is a joke.

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    Yeah right :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: I don't trust this article at all.

    And the numbers seem wrong. Meh, just a marketing article claiming the fastest bestest again. Will wait for benchmarks from actual users and comparisons against actual users.
     
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    I can't see any reason it would outperform a Clevo with a I9 and RTX 2080.
     
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    They will obviously run the tests with the clevo on battery mode and show how much stronger the dell is with identical hardware.
     
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    Hilarious, I'm strongly leaning towards the clevo. Options at present are the Alienware/Dell AREA 51M, the Asus ROG G703GX, or the Clevo (PCSpecialist OCTANE VI), I can get the Asus and the Clevo in budget, I've asked Dell to price match the configuration of the Clevo with 9700K, 16GB 2666, 2 x 500GB PCIe SSD, 144Hz 1080 display, RTX 2080, Win 10 Pro for £2,532.
     
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