rtx 2080 super review


NVIDIA is instrumental to ushering ray tracing to full spotlight in the market despite the little library of games that support it. Its now-defunct non-Super cards showed a significant bump in terms of performance versus its Pascal-based cards. That, alone, was reason enough for people to jump to upgrading their cards that support ray tracing. Given this situation, it came as a surprise to consumers when they announced their SUPER cards at E3 2019. People can’t help but wonder if it was a way for them to counter the looming threat of AMDs NAVI-based cards, or simply a way to target consumers who haven’t upgraded their GPUs. Today, we’re taking a look at the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super. It’s meant to replace the RTX 2080, and for what it’s worth (and to give you a TL;DR of this review), it’s powerful and better in terms of performance. If you’ve got…