AT Gamescom 2018, NVIDIA has announced about the all-new GeForce RTX 20 series which was built on TSMC’s 12nm FFN process. The Turning GPU architecture powered this chip. It was launch today with full general availability which is just the GeForce RTX 2080 as the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti was said to be delayed a week to the 27th. The GeForce RTX 2080 will be coming in October.
The all-new generation of gaming GPUs is not out here. The Geforce RTX brand has to oust the long-lived GeForce GTX moniker which acts in favor of the announced RTX technology which is said to be for real-time ray tracing. The underlines NVIDIA’s new vision is for the video card future. Turning and Ge Force RTX 20 series are specially designed around the set of specialized low-level hardware features as well as an intertwined ecosystem which supports the software that is currently in development. The main goal is for the long-held dream of the computer graphics researchers as well as engineers who are like real-time ray tracing. Now it seems that NVIDIA has been aiming to bring the gamers to their new cards.
It is said that one of the major breaks about the GeForce RTX is the full upper tier stack with x80 ti/ x80/x70 stack. It has also been seen that each GeForce card has their distinct GPU along with the direct Quadro as well as the Tesla variants of the Tu102 and TU104. The turning architecture will take away each chip which is proportional to cut down that includes the specialized RT Cores as well as Tensor Cores with the clock speeds which is said to be same as the pascal with a bandwidth of about 14 Gbps GDDR6.