Re Battlefield, the $1200-$1500 2080ti can handle 1080p with ray-tracing on full, and it looks like that setting was specifically designed for the 2080ti to hit 60fps. 1440p and 4k are unplayable, 40fps or lower.
The 2080, which remember is an $800-$900 videocard, cannot do 1080p at 60fps with raytracing on max. It tops out at 48fps. Might be OK if you have a g-sync monitor. Or more likely you set ray-tracing to medium, which was obviously designed for the 2080 to hit 60fps at 1080p.
And then the RTX 2070, a $600 videocard, for the cheap bastards who can’t blow a G on a GPU. Seems like such a short time ago that $600 was a shitton of money for a videocard, doesn’t it? But I digress. The RTX 2070 can’t make 60fps at 1080p even with raytracing on low. Playable with a g-sync monitor, perhaps. Otherwise no.
I look forward to enjoying ray-tracing in the next generation, or perhaps the one after that, when Nvidia gets their pricing under control and offers some serious performance improvements.