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  1. Ray Tracing has been only possible on Nvidia's latest GPUs that boasts the Turing architecture — until today. The company announced that Nvidia will support a wide range of GPUs with ray tracing technology on older GPUs, right up to the GTX 1060. Nvidia will offer racing on various GPUs as you can see from the list below: · GTX 1060 6GB · GTX 1070 · GTX 1070 Ti · GTX 1080 · GTX 1080 Ti · Titan X · Titan XP · GTX 1660 · GTX 1660 Ti · Titan V Even though Ray Tracing was only possible on the 20's series but this is now possible on older GPUs only if games are built using Microsoft's Direct X12 and DirectX Ray Tracing (or DXR). If a game is built using DXR, older GPUs will be able to support ray tracing. © Nvidia “When programmable shaders were introduced more than 15 years ago, they changed gaming forever. Today, real-time ray tracing is set to do the same thing — it represents the next landmark shift in game development,” said Matt Wuebbling, head of GeForce marketing at NVIDIA. “The breadth of industry adoption is remarkable —standard APIs, integration in major game engines, multiple AAA titles and support enabled in millions of hardware products. It all points to an exciting future for gamers.” © BCCL The performance on older GPUs remains to be seen as Ray Tracing works in different ways for different games. Tracing of light does not take too much GPU power, however, creating shadows and reflections can be GPU intensive. For example, ray tracing performance on a game like Battlefield V maybe better than Metro Exodus as it depends on different types of lighting being used in a game. Nvidia claims that the 1080Ti at 1,440p resolution supported ray tracing with 50fps. The new driver that will enable support for RTX on older GPUs will bring ray tracing to millions of users. This, in turn, will result in more games in the future implementing DXR and Microsoft's Direct X12. At the moment, there are a handful of games that support ray-tracing and this new update will make Nvidia's new features accessible to millions of gamers.
  2. Just weeks after the launch of the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti GPU, Nvidia has now introduced its smaller sibling, the GTX 1660. It's been made available in India for the price of Rs. 21,500 and it's the cheapest Turing-based Nvidia GPU that's out right now. © Nvidia Much like the Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti, the new GTX 1660 offers Turing performance, making it comparatively better than the GTX 1060. This new card is using the same TU116 Turing GPU as the 1660 Ti, however, you're looking at 6GB DDR5 memory with a bandwidth of 192GBps, instead of DDR6. The GTX 1660 comes with 1,408 CUDA cores and has a boost clock speed of 1.8GHz. Nvidia also noted that one can easily increase the clock speed with some overclocking. On average, it's 35% faster than the GTX 1060 3GB at 1080p, and compared to the Maxwell-architecture GTX 960, it's 130% faster. In layman terms, the GTX 1660 delivers enough power to play even the modern titles at 1080p with enjoyable frame rates. © Nvidia The Nvidia GTX 1660, just like the GTX 1660 Ti, belongs to the GTX family of GPUs. So you'll be loosing out on features like ray-tracing. But considering the fact that the adaptation of ray-tracing is still in its infancy, we think you can sit out on the higher-end RTX cards for a bit longer if you are strictly on a budget. Specifications aside, the GTX 1660 also brings support for Adaptive Shading technology, which further improves performance in supported titles. You also get some game enhancing techs like Ansel, Freestyle, GameStream, ShadowPlay, and more. The Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 is now available from a lot of OEMs like Asus, Colorful, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, Inno3D, MSI, Palit and Zotac. The pricing, as mentioned earlier, starts at Rs. 21,500, and it will vary based on partner designs and features. You can learn more about the GPU here.
  3. If you are looking to get on the ray tracing train and want to own the latest piece of hardware by Nvidia without spending a lot, the RTX 2060 is probably your only option. It's based on Nvidia's new Turing architecture and is the least expensive version from Nvidia's latest lineup. © MensXP/ Akshay Bhalla The Founder's Edition of RTX 2060 retails in India for Rs 31,000 and is a worthy upgrade of its predecessor i.e. GTX 1060. Sure, it's a bit more expensive from the previous variant, however, you get to take advantage of the new Ray Tracing feature on a budget. It even has support for DLSS which lets the card render more realistic lighting in real-time. We used the card to test out two games that take advantage of this tech i.e. Metro Exodus and Battlefield V. In our test, the RTX 2060 easily matched the performance of equally priced GPUs with the added bonus of future-proof ray tracing support. It's the perfect choice for gamers who want to play games at 1080p resolution without shelling out a lot of money for an updated GPU. If you want to know our PC setup for the test, you can have a look at all the specs here. We substituted our RTX 2080 ti with the RTX 2060, while the rest of the setup remained the same. Specifications © MensXP/ Akshay Bhalla The Founders Edition 2060 is basically based on the same TU106 processor that can be found on the RTX 2070. It has a single 8-pin power connector and two fans to keep it cooled. At the back, it has two DisplayPorts, a USB-C port and HDMI 2.0 input. In terms of CUDA core count, it has the same count as the GTX 1070 i.e. 1920 but has 5 Giga Rays/s. It also has 6GB GGDR6 of VRAM which basically increases performance and reduces power consumption at the same time. It's definitely an upgrade considering the previous iteration had the older GDDR5X configuration. The RTX 2060 also has a boost clock of 1680 MHz which is at par with the GTX 1070. CUDA cores are basically the workhorses of a GPU that is responsible for handling all the heavy computing. It works alongside the VRAM to offer clear differences in FPS counts with or without ray tracing. If you want to know more about ray-tracing and DLSS, you can read all about it here. Performance © MensXP/ Akshay Bhalla At the moment, there are only two games out there that supports DLSS and ray tracing i.e. Battlefield V and Metro Exodus. Regardless of game support, the RTX 2060 is a solid card when it came to 1080 performance. We ran it through some benchmarks to see how it fared in certain games: 3D Mark First Strike Test We used 3DMark, as it can simulate different types of games and is one of the more demanding benchmark tests a GPU can be put through. It also tests out the GPUs power consumption and the average temperature in gaming conditions. The RTX 2060 scores a respectable score in each department. Here's what the RTX 2060 managed to score: It was efficient when it came to cooling and managed to run at a peak temperature of 64ºC. Power consumption, on the other hand, was a tad bit higher than the 1070 but shouldn't be a major concern. RTX 2060 Firestrike Extreme Score © MensXP RTX 2060 3DMark Heat © MensXP RTX 2060 3DMark Power Consumption © MensXP Ray Tracing and DLSS Ray tracing and DLSS is the one feature that is exclusive to RTX cards and it is also the primary reason for the increase in price. Sure, there aren't many games out there that support these two features but the future looks bright thanks to numerous developers have already announced support for future games. At the moment, we could only test Metro Exodus and Battlefield V that has support for both features. When both features are turned on, the difference in graphics and lighting fidelity is noticeable. It breathes new life in Battlefield V however we would only recommend running RTX with DLSS switched on. Here are the results for both games in terms for Frames Per Second in 1080p with RTX on and Off Battlefield V (Frames Per Second) © MensXP Metro Exodus (Frames Per Second) © MensXP It's clear that RTX 2060 is capable of handling good FPS in 1080p and we could push it even higher when would turn down the RTX settings. In fact, it would boost the frame rate past 60fps easily. With DLSS turned on, we achieved the frame rates mentioned above but it noticeably looked better. The lighting was much warmer and had a better representation of shadows with DLSS. The Final Say Not everyone can afford a top-of-the-line graphics card for 4K gaming. Especially when you live in India and gamers are looking for more affordable options. For someone who wants to game 1080p and doesn't want to spend a lot on a new GPU, the RTX 2060 is your best option right now. It supports ray train and DLSS and is also future proof for Full HD gaming. It takes advantage of Nvidia's new Turing tech and costs only Rs 31,000. This is the GPU for the masses and an affordable option in 2019.
  4. Nvidia recently announced the next generation of graphics cards and we got our hands on the RTX 2080 for review. Nvidia says it is 75 percent faster than its predecessor (not all games) and it is capable of delivering 4K gaming at 60 frames per second. Apart from the claims, Nvidia also introduced Ray Tracing features have dubbed it as 'RTX' © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The RTX 2080 retails in India Rs 70,990 and has a lot going under the hood. It's got Nvidia's Turing Architecture and is overclocked by default. It is capable of doing real-time ray tracing and also has deep learning features. The ray tracing feature essentially gives RTX supported games an aesthetic uplift with better lighting, shadow projections and impressive reflections. Having said that, we weren't really able to test ray tracing or even DLSS with the RTX 2080 as Microsoft still needs to release the October 2018 update for Windows 10 so that users can take full advantage of the GPU's features. Performance © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla GPUs are all about performance and this time around we really wanted to put Nvidia's claim to test. The RTX 2080 has a new dual-fan setup for the founder's edition and has a full-length vapour chamber that makes the RTX 2080 sounds quieter. The new RTX cards also have a new cooling system as Nvidia has now gotten rid of the metal shield design. The RTX 2080 does not sound too loud to the ear and makes very subtle sounds that are hardly noticeable. Having said that, the RTX 2080 needs 650W of power supply and can draw up to 220 watts. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla While testing the GPU with games, there are some noticeable upgrades you will notice when you play AAA titles from 2018. We tested the games with an Acer 28 inch 4K Monitor that has a resolution of 3840 X 2160. We tested the RTX 2080 on Shadow Of The Tomb Raider and Battlefield 1. Tomb Raider has support for DirectX 12 and the game was supplied to us by Nvidia to test the Graphic Card. During the course of a gaming session, Tomb Raider was able to rake in around 52-56 frames per second on average, which is higher than the performance on its predecessor. The story remained the same with Battlefield 1 even though the game is more demanding than Tomb Raider. Here are the benchmark results for your reference. From this, we can get a clearer picture for gamers who are looking to upgrade their setup anytime soon. If you prefer to game in 4K, we would not recommend the RTX 2080 as it could not hit 60 frames per second on almost any game out right now. If you prefer to game in FullHD and want to experience 60 frames per second, we would recommend you buying the RTX 2080 with your eyes closed. If you are fussy and want to play games at 4K with 60 frames per second, we would recommend you buy the RTX 2080 Ti. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla When it came to DLSS, the RTX 2080 was able to amp up the frames a tad bit in the Infiltrator test. With the DLSS switched on, 2080 was able to hit 53 frames per second while it could only it 43 fps without DLSS support. Ray Tracing The RTX 2080 does offer ray-tracing support, however, were not able to test the feature as of now. It all depends on Microsoft as of now and we can only give you a comprehensive opinion once it's made available. The Final Say When it comes to general performance, the RTX 2080 exceeded our expectations and is surely an upgrade to its predecessor. It may not perform well when it comes to 4K gaming however it does make up for it in other areas. If you are currently using the GTX 1080, an upgrade to the RTX 2080 is a no-brainer and is also a bit more pocket-friendly when compared to the RTX 2080 Ti. Unfortunately, we could not test the ray tracing feature as that was one of the highlights of the RTX line, but you can rest assured at future games will definitely take advantage of this feature for you to enjoy.
  5. It has been a while since we've seen a substantial graphics card launch and today all rumours come to an end, as Nvidia officially announced GPUs of the future. The company announced the highly anticipated RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 graphics cards and we have all the details. © Nvidia The name of the series has been changed from the popular 'GTX' name to 'RTX' for this generation and the new GPUs will be able to fuse ray tracing, have deep learning and rasterisation. The RTX 2090 Ti has 11GB GDDR6 memory and has 4352 CUDA cores. That is 20% more than the GTX 1090 Ti, proving it will be a very powerful graphics card. The improved memory bandwidth will also mean that the card will be more reliable than ever before. © Nvidia The GeForce RTX series clear focus is on real-time ray-tracing capabilities which basically translates into a better rendering of lighting effects. The new ray tracing technique will be able to produce real-time light reflections and other cinematic effects. These new effects can easily be taken advantage of by developers for their titles. Microsoft has also created a new DirectX Raytracing API to work in tune with Nvidia's new GPUs. © YouTube Alongside the RTX 2080 Ti, the company also announced the direct successor to the GTX 1080. The RTX 2080 will ship with 2944 CUDA cores, which is 15 per cent more than the GTX 1080. Nvidia's own 'Founder Edition' has a Dual Fan setup while previously leaked 'PNY' version will also have a three-fan setup for extra cooling. Nvidia is basically employing a comprehensive cooling solution for its own-branded GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. Here's how the new lineup of GPUs looks next to the current generation: The TDP on the two new graphics cards are also significantly higher when compared to its predecessors. The RTX 2080 sits at 285W compared to 180W for the GTX 1080. This is probably why the new GPUs have a triple-fan setup. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 2080 Features and Specifications: . Real-Time Ray Tracing . NVIDIA® GeForce ExperienceTM . 6x Performance of Previous Generations . NVIDIA® Ansel . NVIDIA® Highlights . NVIDIA® G-SYNCTM-Compatible . Game Ready Drivers . Microsoft® DirectX® 12 API, Vulkan API, OpenGL 4/5 . DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0b . Designed for USB Type-C and virtual link . HDCP 2.2 . NVIDIA® GPU BoostTM . VR Ready The pricing for the new GPUs is in line with the previous generation, as the RTX 2080 ( Founders Edition) will cost $799 on its website and the very powerful RTX 2080 Ti (Founders Edition) will cost $1199. The cheaper GeForce RTX 2070 will retail for $599. India pricing for the two GPUs are not yet known however we will get a better idea about it soon.