The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti may be the flagships of the new Turing set of graphics cards, but their prices keep them out of the reach of most PC gamers. Naturally, we expect the GeForce RTX 2070 will be even more popular as the only graphics card with real-time ray-tracing that’s anywhere close to being reasonably affordable. The xx70 cards of any Nvidia GPU series are often characterized as mid-range products in price with performance that hews closer to a high-end card – especially if you’re comfortable with overclocking. After full testing the Turing GPU inside the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 absolutely continues this trend, but with playable 4K gaming performance and a higher-than-ever price. Image 1 of 9 Image 2 of 9 Image 3 of 9 Image 4 of 9 Image 5 of 9 Image 6 of 9 Image 7 of 9 Image 8 of 9 Image 9 of 9 Price and availability As with the rest of the Turing lineup, this graphics card comes at a substantial premium over its predecessor. This Founders Edition version of the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 rings up for $599 (£569, AU$899). Thankfully, you’ll find many third-party cards at a more palatable $499 (about £380, AU$690) price. Both of which are available to purchase now in the US and UK. For reference, the Founders Edition version of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Ti and Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 originally came priced at $449 (£419, AU$759) and $399 (£379, AU$699),… [Read full story]
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