GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is the latest and most potent GPU around. It’s packed with features, including more CUDA cores, RT cores for real-time ray tracing, and Tensor cores for deep learning calculations. The Turing architecture contains other enhancements as well, making this the fastest graphics card for gaming and everything else. If you’re looking for the best value, forget about the new RTX cards. But if you’re eying a 4K 144Hz HDR G-Sync display, the RTX 2080 Ti is the card for you.
Thanks to the Tensor cores, the 2080 Ti can use Nvidia’s new DLSS algorithm to upscale and anti-alias games to 4K with similar quality to native 4K rendering using TAA. I’ve tested DLSS in several demos, and it works as advertized, with the 2080 Ti 4K DLSS performance more than doubling the 1080 Ti’s 4K TAA power. Nvidia also provided a ray tracing demo called Star Wars Elevator that can run on earlier GPUs. The 2080 Ti ran the demo at 1440p and 59fps, where the 1080 Ti only managed to pull 10fps. Yeah.
Now we just need ray tracing and DLSS enhanced games.