Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti: Another Level of Graphics Card Technology

Ronald Balondo
5:45 PM

The hype for the new Nvidia GeForce 20 series especially for the RTX 2080 Ti is real. The graphics card will be coming out in a few days and the demand might actually overweigh the supply as pre-orders for this is limited to two per customer. Wondering why it is on another level? Let’s take a quick look at everything we know about the new GPU.

With the recent downward trend of Cryptocurrencies, the current status of graphics cards is now manageable. The prices are not that too steep like we have seen in the past few months. This event greatly helped the popularity of the new flagship GPU that succeeded the 10 Series.

These new consumer-level graphics cards come with a unique AI-enhanced graphics which enables the graphics GPU to use and combine programmable shading alongside a real-time ray tracing system. Using these technologies, Nvidia now implemented a new metric system to see how the RTX 20 series perform. Running with the card’s advanced architecture along with Samsung GDDR6 memory, it is considered by many as a big improvement in the GPU industry that was designed for high-end consumer computer.

For those who are not familiar with ray tracing technology, you might already see one in some of your favorite movies. It basically aids to produce a stunning photo-realistic feel in some digitally enhanced scenes. This might be not new technology overall but for real-time applications like games, many have tried by no one actually succeeded.

The application of ray tracing technology in all of the RTX 20 Series is their biggest takeaways. This is also their biggest selling point as it brings a consumer-level computer to another level.

With all the new innovations along with a Samsung GDDR6 memory, a consumer-level computer will face no problem for pushing 60fps at 4k games. Side by side with GTX 1080, the new RTX 2080 is fifty percent more powerful in all aspects.

Let’s take a look at some of the RTX 20 Series graphics cards details

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card

If you’re looking for the best graphics card in the market, you may need to shell out at least $1,100 for a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and $1,200 for a more powerful Founder’s Edition. This GPU sports an 11GB of GDDR6 which will be good for years to come especially if you’re looking for high-end games.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card

As a subsite for the best graphics card out there, you might need to consider GeForce RTX 2080. From a price standpoint, you’ll be saving at least $200 to $400 in the deal. It is also good for years to come since this graphics card runs on 8GB of GDDR6 which is slightly less than the 2080Ti but still manageable. Consumers will also have no problem running applications at 4k with 60fps.

It is understandable that these graphics cards are more expensive than its predecessor. However, the power and efficiency of these new series will come in handy and will be valid for a long time. If this is the case, consumers might get more value to their bucks in the long run.

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