Our new GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER and GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER graphics cards are now available worldwide. They’re up to 25% faster in games than our previous GPUs, and with numerous custom versions available from partners such as ASUS, Colorful, EVGA, Gainward, Galaxy, Gigabyte, Innovision 3D, MSI, Palit, PNY and Zotac, you’ll be able to find a SUPER GPU for your budget, needs, and aesthetic tastes. Models are widely available today from leading e-tail and retail location, and Founders Editions are available on GeForce.com as well.
CONTROL AND WOLFENSTEIN: YOUNGBLOOD BUNDLE EXTENDED
Don’t forget, select models come with copies of Control and Wolfenstein: Youngblood, two ray-traced titles that will take full advantage of the performance and features of the new SUPER GPUs. In addition, the bundle promotion is also being extended across our RTX product lineup. So other RTX GPUs, including RTX-based desktops and laptops from our worldwide partners, are also eligible for this promotion.
NEW GAME READY DRIVER DELIVERS MORE DX12 PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS
NVIDIA also released a new Game Ready Driver the delivers significant performance improvements for the DirectX 12 versions of Metro Exodus, Strange Brigade, and Tom Clancy’s Division 2. Check out the GeForce.com article for details on how these DX12 titles have improved over time.
NVIDIA FRAMEVIEW NOW PUBLICLY AVAILABLE
Today also marks the launch of NVIDIA FrameView, our performance and power benchmarking application. Graphics cards are investments, bought on the promise of delivering excellent performance in that card’s class for at least 2 to 3 years. It’s therefore important that the benchmarks of these cards are accurate and cover all the bases, showing frame rates, frame times, power usage, performance per watt, and more.
To date, no single tool or app has accurately delivered these results, which is why we’ve created FrameView, an all-in-one benchmarking app that everyone can download and use for free.
FrameView can capture data from all major APIs and virtually all games thanks to support for DirectX 9, 10, 11 and 12, OpenGL, Vulkan, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications.
It has a minimal, lightweight impact on performance while benchmarking, its integrated overlay enables you to view performance and stats during gameplay, and it’s vendor agnostic, too, enabling the collection of detailed, comparative data. One exception: AMD’s GPU power consumption API reports a value in-between chip power and board power, rather than the true values. So you’ll have to contact AMD and ask them to provide accurate results in their API.
In short, if you want to view or collect real-time GPU performance and power data in games, FrameView delivers more of it with a higher degree of accuracy than many other tools and methods, making it the go-to app for benchmarking.
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