The graphics card, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060, allows you to enjoy the ray tracing and the DLSS technology.
At its CES 2019 conference, Nvidia not only wanted to talk about the technology they are working on, but also to give good news to the PC community. This is why there revealed the RTX 2060, a powerful graphics card that makes having ray tracing; Deep Learning Super Sampling and Turing microarchitecture be cheaper than ever.
In the important technology event CES 2019, Nvidia announced that the RTX 2060 is a graphics card that is equipped with 6GB of GDDR9 memory with 240 Cores Tensor that can deliver 52 Teraflops of power. In practice this translates into enough power to run Battlefield V at 60 fps and with activated ray tracing.
An interesting detail is that Nvidia ensures that the RTX 2060 is faster than the 1070 Ti, plus it is “60% more powerful than the 1060”. So, it is shaping up to be an interesting option for players who are interested in putting together a new PC.
It sounds good, right? But how much will you have to pay for an RTX 2060? According to Nvidia, this GPU will be sold for a price of $349 USD. That is, it will be offered at almost half of what the RTX 2070 costs ($599 USD). So, as we mentioned before, it is the most economical way to access the Turing microarchitecture and everything it offers. Please note that this product will be accompanied by a copy of Anthem or Battlefield V.
“Next-gen gaming starts today for tens of millions of gamers everywhere,” said NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang, who unveiled the RTX 2060 at the start of the CES tradeshow. “Desktop gamers are demanding, and the RTX 2060 sets a new standard — an unbeatable price, extraordinary performance and real-time ray tracing that blurs the distinction between movies and games. This is a great moment for gamers and our industry.”
Note that the Nvidia RTX 2060 will be available in this month on January 15th. This means that you can get one starting next week.
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