TimeSpy with ray tracing support
During the launch at Gamescom 2018, NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, has announced that the ray tracing performance in Turing cards will be six times better than with Pascal based graphics cards. As you might know, NVIDIA is going to support a number of game developers implementing ray tracing in their upcoming titles.
With improved Ansel support
Already a couple of models
A motherboard specific to crypto mining
Hydro X products seem in the making
No SLI Support
During Hot Chips 2018 event
In a small footprint
40+ hours of battery life
Not to be taken too serious
Well then; since currently an increasing number of custom GeForce RTX based graphics cards keep emerging, we’ve had the glorious idea to ask the highly questionable question which is the ugliest. Here is our “chart” in descending order starting the card that’s the least ugly. In case the sarcasm in this news has not yet been spotted: This is a highly subjective list and we’d encourage each and everyone of you to strongly disagree with us - that would be fun.
Quite a few models already
During the GeForce event on Monday, NVIDIA has finally introduced its GeForce RTX 2000 series of graphics cards, which is based on their new Turing GPU architecture, supporting real-time ray tracing. As we mentioned already and as it was expected those pixel accelerators aren't cheap, but if you've been putting some cash aside for this very moment here is a list of several models that are available for pre-order.
Some rather drastic differences
First demos already available
With RGB LEDs
With WQHD resolution
Not yet available
Available on September 20
NVIDIA has finally announced what we’ve all been waiting for and expecting: their new generation of consumer graphics cards based on the Turing architecture with ray-tracing capabilities. During yesterday’s conference, the company revealed three new cards, which includes the GeForce RX 2070, GeForce RTX 2080 and the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.
Up to 2TB capacity
ADATA has shown their new SU800 series of SSDs which all use 3D TLC NAND flash memory. According to the vendor these chips are supposed to offer enhanced performance when compared to SSDs that make use of planar NAND. In the case of the controller there is a Silicon Motion SM2285G and all the new drives features a 2.5 inch package.
To fans seem better than one