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The RTX 2070 delivers DLSS, real-time ray tracing and 4K graphics, all at a compelling price point. If you're looking for power delivered with great value, the RTX 2070 is one of Nvidia's flagship devices for 2018.
The RTX series of GPUs introduces dedicated RT cores as part of Nvidia's Turing architecture. These processing cores are dedicated to driving real-time ray tracing effects, global illumination and true to life shadows and ambient occlusion. Using AI-driven Tensor cores, the RTX 2070 also delivers DLSS - a deep learning anti-aliasing solution that delivers smoother visuals at higher framerates than traditional AA.
How powerful is the RTX 2070?
The GeForce RTX is powerful enough to support 4K gaming across a number of titles, all while running AI, Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) and ray tracing - but just how powerful is it? In terms of raw power, the RTX uses 2,304 stream processors, 1,410MHz base clock and 1,710MHz boost clock to delivery 448GB/S of bandwidth.
All of this means you can run games at higher resolutions and with cutting edge effects enabled, without sacrificing a solid frame rate.