The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super is a decent upgrade from its predecessor, but it’s not as impressive as the other Super cards
The GeForce RTX 2080 Super is an interesting new addition to Nvidia’s graphics card family, as at a glance it seems difficult to understand why it exists. It’s rather good at what it sets out to do, however.
In the wake of an E3 where ray tracing was one of the major buzz words, Nvidia is already refreshing its range of GPUs targeting the use of the next-generation feature.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 review: ray-tracing, DLSS and solid performance in a more affordable package
Back in August, Nvidia revealed and then quickly released the GeForce RTX 2070, 2080 and 2080 Ti, the latest next-generation graphics hardware. Their more affordable little brother is about to arrive – but is it a worthy upgrade?
Nvidia’s new ray-tracing graphics technology is making its way to gaming laptops – if you’re got the cash.
Nvidia’s RTX-series ray-tracing supporting graphics cards are still new on the market – and Nvidia has just updated a classic demo to showcase the new technology.
Nvidia’s new flagship graphics cards are incredible when you put them through their paces, but that price tag stings all the same.
AMD said today that ATI graphics cards are soon to become a thing of the past.