NVIDIA introduces GeForce RTX 20-series

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NVIDIA introduces GeForce RTX 20-series - This next generation of graphics cards features real time ray-tracing, the holy grail in graphics

NVIDIA have unveiled details about their latest generation of graphics cards - the long-awaited GeForce RTX 20-series. The announcement came as part of Gamescom 2018, which is currently taking place in Cologne, Germany.

NVIDIA revealed details about three upcoming cards in the series; the GeForce RTX 2070, GeForce RTX 2080, and last not least the GeForce RTX...
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Looks good but the average price of the mid-priced card, the RTX 2080, is £800.

I seriously would not spend that much on a graphics card.

Give it a year or three though and no doubt they'll become affordable.
 
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That is crazy expensive!!! If graphics card prices continue to inflate, it'll just push the next generation of gamers over to consoles.
 

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Looks good but the average price of the mid-priced card, the RTX 2080, is £800.
Don't forget that if they follow the same pattern of the previous generation, they are likely to bring out a RTX 2060 and RTX 2050 card at some point in the future too ;) If they do this, I'd definitely be interested :D
 

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That video shows some of the most amazing computer graphics I've ever seen :drool::bow:
The real time ray tracing really does make a difference doesn't it? Check out this video showcasing it in action with Shadow of the Tomb Raider:


It just looks so real! The way the light affects objects, the way the shadows respond, it's incredible :bow:
 
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