The Nvidia GeForce RTX lineup is one of the most ambitious and possibly the most hyped release from the graphics card company to this day. With graphic cards that are capable of real time ray tracing, they are truly ahead of their time. However, seeing how expensive a graphic card can be the real question for most people is, can it hold up for anything other than gaming?
To keep it simple the RTX can do very well in gaming and is at the top of the food chain when it comes to sheer graphical power in the games department. That being said, for its price, the RTX does very well in a variety of different editing and rendering software as well.
While it may not come as a surprise for people to see a graphics card that starts at $500 and goes up to a jaw-dropping $1000, seeing how most high end rendering graphics cards can cost up to $4000 it is quite an achievement.
The RTX 2080 Ti was put through the test in various applications such as Maya, Blender, Photoshop, Premier Pro, and AutoCad. Pitted against the Nvidia Quadro series and the AMD Radeon RX series, although somewhat mediocre, the 2080 still managed to stand up to the competition.
After obviously dominating every other graphic card in videogames, the RTX stayed at either the second or third place, which makes it clear that the RTX lineup is more than capable of dealing with mid range rendering and editing too.
For those of you looking for a good graphics card for gaming and other productive use, the GeForce RTX lineup is for you. While it is true that the current generation of games cannot take advantage of the RTX features, it is still a great investment.
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