Nvidia’s GeForce products are packed with new innovations, made for gamers. The RTX 30 series cards are built with new second generation RTX architecture, But how good really are they for gaming and day to day use?
Lowered hash rate for mining.
In February Nvidia announced that all RTX 3060 cards will ship with a reduced hash rate for Ethereum mining to help get the cards into the hands of gamers. With this their new RTX GeForce RTX 3080, RTX 3070 and RTX 3060 Ti graphics cards also have their hash rate halved.
With the released GeForce RTX cards comes with their new technology “Real-time ray tracing eXtreme”. RTX is a high end professional visual computing platform that is an Ai-powered DDLS frame rate booster.
RTX Technology is primarily used for designing complex large scale models in architecture and product design, scientific visualization, energy exploration, and film and video production, HOWEVER has also been optimized to use for gaming. With video games relying on directed lighting and computer calculated contrition for rendering, RTX can also now generate interactive images that react to lighting, shadows and reflections.
RTX 3090 8K HDR
GeForce Game Ready Drivers deliver the best experience for your favourite games. They’re finely tuned in collaboration with developers and extensively tested across thousands of hardware configurations for maximum performance and reliability. Game Ready Drivers also allow you to optimize game settings with a single click and provide you with the latest NVIDIA technologies.
RTX 30 series VS RTX 20 series
Should you invest in one of the new RTX cards?
RTX might have been above the expected and comfortable price range but, in 2022, RTX appears to have found its place, in terms of both performance and price. In conclusion, we can confidently say that they are most definitely worth their prices.