Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Founders Edition – Nvidia Unleashes RTX on The $350 Mark Review

Posted on 2019-01-17 12:52:32 by Thomas De Maesschalck

The Nvidia RTX series has been out for over 3 month now and are still met with a ton of criticism from the community. Firstly because of the price as now the flagship card is at a price point of where the TITAN model normally existed. TITAN model is now in the $2,500 range, and add to that the fact that anyone purchasing an RTX model card still is basically betting on the delivery of developers with the new features that RTX cards have that make them special such as DLSS and RTX/DXR inclusion. The specialized Tensor and RT cores in the Turing based GPUs are very powerful as we showed the capability in the RTX launch article. If you have not read that yet, it's worth a read here. Now we are entering the true value sweet spot for gaming GPUs at $350 and lower. This is a much more palatable price point than the 500-1200 dollar price points RTX has been to date. The RTX 2060 is an interesting card as I believe it will be 1080p/1440p gaming depending upon loading. It is possible to even do RTX with DLSS enabled on Battlefield V if what we saw at the Nvidia presentation at CES holds true.

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