Last Updated on May 15, 2019 by Priyam Raj.
It’s been more than a Week since Nvidia announced their Latest Series of GPUs- The RTX 20 Series. They’ve Officially taken a Departure from the Old Generation of GPUs and Now they will be making all the Future GPUs on the Brand New Turing Architecture which according to them is Much Better than the Previous Pascal Architecture.
Nvidia has been Working on this Since 10 Years, the Real-Time Raytracing Technology is something that is Completely Next Level. It was there for Decades but Nvidia has finally Perfected it and Enabled on their New Series of GPUs.
The way the Raytracing Technology Works is Complex and Time-Consuming, it also takes a Lot of Processor Effort and the RTX Series have Enough Power to do all of that in a Blink of an Eye. Simply, what it does is Provides a New way to Reflect Light from Surfaces through Different Rays from Each Pixel, Sounds Weird isn’t it?
Anyway, because of this, We can Enjoy some Next-Generation Immersive Gaming.
Taking a Look at the Previous best GPU, the GTX 1080 Ti, there’s not a Much Difference in Terms of Performance but there are a Lot of Hardware Upgrades made to the GPU. You don’t have to get in those Complex Numbers, here are all of the Reasonable Upgrades made:
- The GPU Architecture Pascal is now replaced with the New Turing Architecture.
- RTX-OPS Technology, makes the Performance to Increase up to 6 Times!
- Boost Clock is now 1800 MHz on the RTX 2080 Founder Edition and 1710 on the Normal One. (Earlier: 1733 MHz)
- GDDR6 (Earlier GDDR5)
- Memory Speed is Increased to 14 GPBS (Earlier: 10 GBPS)
Although these RTX Graphic Card sound like an Absolute Beast in Gaming and of course they are, there is no need for you to Upgrade Right Now if you’re Already Using any GTX Series and is already Satisfied with the Performance and Frame Rates. The Pricing of these Cards can go up to $1000 for the Founder Edition.
There is no Change in V-RAM, it is still 8 GB.
If you’re on a Budget and more Interested in the Cheaper Models, you should wait a Few Months as GPUs like RTX 2050, 2060 and even 2030 might Release Soon.
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