Review roundup: High-end GPU with no competition
While the RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 Super were launched as a direct competition to the AMD Radeon RX 5700 series, the new Geforce RTX 2080 Super launches without any competition whatsoever, featuring higher CUDA core count, higher clocks for both GPU and memory, and is only outperformed by the RTX 2080 Ti.
A different angle look
The Navi paper-launched when I was still in sunny Tuscany taking a break from the tech, but here are some of the things that have caught my attention. No Ray tracing, no high end, and only performance/mainstream, not much benefit from 7nm, and nine months late to fight 2070 are just a part of it.
Review: Ray-tracing, plenty of performance and bright future for gaming
Back at a dedicated event during Gamescom 2018 in Cologne, Germany, Nvidia officially unveiled the new Geforce RTX series and the Turing GPU, but only gave a glimpse of what is coming and what it will mean for future gaming, and that future is bright in our book.
Brings 4K HDR 60Hz on a single card
Nvidia has decided to share some of the details regarding the performance of its upcoming Geforce RTX 20-series, specifically for the Geforce RTX 2080, which should roughly end up around 1.5x to 2x faster than the previous generation.
On retail/e-tail shelves on September 20th
During his keynote ahead of the Gamescom 2018 show, Nvidia's CEO Jensen Huang officially unveiled the new Geforce RTX series, which is already available for pre-order and which will be on shelves on September 20th.
GPU and PCB pictured, pre-orders on Monday
Nvidia was quite good in keeping a secret about both the naming scheme as well as all other details regarding its upcoming Geforce launch, at least until now, as pictures of both MSI and Palit Geforce RTX 2080/2080 Ti have now leaked online.