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The Nvidia GeForce RTX series brings real-time ray tracing, artificial intelligence, and programmable shading together for a new PC gaming experience.

The GeForce Gamescom keynote was where we expected Nvidia to unveil its new PC gaming technology, and on that front it didn’t disappoint. It was here that the manufacturer introduced GeForce RTX, next-generation hardware that promises up to six times faster performance than previous generation video cards.

According to Nvidia itself, the GeForce RTX cards combine Turing GPU architecture with a brand-new RTX platform. Along with the usual speed and enhanced graphics that entails, this also means GeForce RTX supports real-time ray tracing in supported games – including Battlefield 5, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and Metro Exodus.

What’s more, Nvidia’s G-Sync feature means titles running under the card will have tear-free gameplay, refresh rates of up to 240 Hz, HDR, and 4K. The RTX series also dedicates a significant level of support to advanced VR rendering, which is good news for anyone running a device on their PC.

Of course, for users the main question is when the cards themselves will be available. The RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti will launch for September 2018, while the RTX 2070 has no release date just yet. Preorder options are available from Nvidia’s website under the following prices:

  • GeForce RTX 2080 Ti – $1,199 USD
  • RTX 2080 – $799 USD
  • RTX 2070 – $599 USD

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