As you might have heard, NVIDIA earlier this week has launched its new GeForce RTX graphics cards series which revolves around the equally new Turing architecture. Now the dust has settled from the big launch event and with pre-orders already started in selected markets including Malaysia, many enthusiasts (and medias alike) have begun to ask plenty of questions regarding the new cards.
Naturally, one of the biggest questions about GeForce RTX cards is their performance when it comes to real life gaming. This is mainly due to the fact that Jensen’s keynote during the GeForce RTX launch event in Cologne earlier this week focuses mainly on real-time ray tracing capability of the card.
Even though we are present at the GeForce RTX launch event in Cologne, it is the same question that we have been asking too. Well, we now know the answer (sort of) thanks to a presentation slide that NVIDIA has just released to members of the media:
Aside from the card being NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 and running the games at 4K resolution with HDR turned on, NVIDIA didn’t provide us with the graphics detail settings for any of the game above though. So, in general, what we are looking at here is just the tip of the iceberg.
Expect more info about GeForce RTX to be revealed as we get closer to its general release date on 20 September. So, stay tuned.