The next generation of GeForce graphics cards is here and the Nvidia RTX 2080 is the first to get the PCGamesN treatment in our test rig, but as shiny as the Founders Editions cards are it almost feels wrong to be reviewing the RTX GPUs right now. That’s because, ever since the Nvidia 20-series was first announced at Gamescom in August – alongside the flagship RTX 2080 Ti – most of the talk has surrounded the real-time ray tracing and AI performance of the new graphics cards, two things which aren’t really available right now at launch. And they won’t be until a while after the new GPUs are released, so we’ll have to wait to see the true potential of the Turing architecture fully realised. Fine wine, indeed… That means the Nvidia RTX 2080 needs to rely on its old-school rasterized rendering chops to prove its worth in the doggo-eat-doggo world of high-end graphics cards. And, while there is no genuine competition from the AMD side of the graphics card divide, there are some very competitive GPUs from the old Pascal generation to contend with. Given the higher sticker price of the 20-series that means realistically it’s going head-to-head with the big… Read full this story
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