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[PDE]PaulKersey

Battlefield V Ray Tracing Tested, So Is Nvidia RTX Worth It?

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Battlefield V Ray Tracing Tested, So Is Nvidia RTX Worth It?

 

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This is pretty much what most people were expecting. Everything about these cards and RTX just seemed to kind of have a rushed nature to them... 

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1. Match your Monitor Resolution ( Most Mainstream cards are fine for gaming in 1080 at 30 - 60 fps) (But you will need high end card for resoulution at 1440p or near 4K )

2. Refresh Rate ( If your Monitor has triple digit Refresh rate, you will need a powerful card to show its full potential. )

3. Do you have enough power and space ( Make sure you case has enough room for the card you're considering, and that your power supply has enough watts to spare

4. Check the MSRP before buying

5. Dont get Dual cards (Nvidia SLI) (AMD CrossFire)

6. Dont Overclock

Oh looks like RTX broke rule 4 :D 

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6 hours ago, [PDE]ZukoFire said:

1. Match your Monitor Resolution ( Most Mainstream cards are fine for gaming in 1080 at 30 - 60 fps) (But you will need high end card for resoulution at 1440p or near 4K )

2. Refresh Rate ( If your Monitor has triple digit Refresh rate, you will need a powerful card to show its full potential. )

3. Do you have enough power and space ( Make sure you case has enough room for the card you're considering, and that your power supply has enough watts to spare

4. Check the MSRP before buying

5. Dont get Dual cards (Nvidia SLI) (AMD CrossFire)

6. Dont Overclock

Oh looks like RTX broke rule 4 :D 

The RTX series is a gimmick atm to make the ludicrous price of the RTX series acceptable, they should have released the RTX series later when it's better developed because it's launch was a mess or release GTX cards with the performance of the RTX cards when they are using ray tracing along side the cards they released.

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