Although you'll need to check out our review coverage to have a firm idea of how well these cards perform, the specification table for these new cards tells most of the story. The benchmarks are basically saying that the Super cards are higher-end models in disguise, at a cheaper price and of-course a reflective shroud and the "Super" label. That's why its price has leapt $50 too, but it helps expand the line up, whereas the Super RTX 2070 and 2080 cards will replace their non-super counterparts in the coming months. It's memory is now an impressive 15.5Gbp, with even better performance than the Titan XP, roughly 15 percent better than the present 2080. Soon, we'll have more information to share with you after testing out the Nvidia RTX Super graphics cards.
You can consider the Super lineup as a middle ground between standard and slightly better versions.
There are a few notable hardware differences between the old and new cards.
On the other hand, the GeForce RTX 2070 Super is said to be up to 24% faster and on average 16% faster than the regular RTX 2070 which is a great improvement. Nvidia is particularly claiming that this card is faster than the GTX 1080 Ti from the previous generation with 9+9 TOPs (FP32+INT32) and 73 Tensor TFLOPs.
The company is yet to announce the launch of the Ti variants for the graphic cards, which according to reports will be launched later this year.