Anyway, take this information with a grain of salt. AdoredTV claims the RTX 2080 will be 50 percent faster than the GTX 1080 and 8 percent faster than the GTX 1080 Ti. It reportedly has 8GB GDDR6 memory and a price in the $500-$700 range. The RTX 2070 is said to have 7GB GDDR6 memory and promises to be 40 percent faster than the GTX 1070, for $300-$500.
The GTX 2060 is claimed to be 27 percent faster than the GTX 1060 and is rumored to have 5GB GDDR6 memory, this one has an expected price in the $200-$300 range. Last we have the GTX 2050, this $100-$200 mid-range card promises a 50 percent performance jump versus the GTX 1050 Ti and sticks with 4GB GDDR5 memory. Oh yeah, there's also a Titan RTX, that one will supposedly cost $3,000 and offer 15 percent more performance than the Titan V.
Will be interesting to see how much truth there is to this. RTX seems to be a reference to ray-tracing, a technology that will require a high-end video card. NVIDIA recently trademarked GeForce RTX and Quadro RTX so the new naming doesn't seem far-fetched. Personally, I hope it's not true as the "R" in RTX reminds me too much of AMD's Radeon.