After nearly a months wait, Nvidia has announced the new series. The new cards come packing a punch, with plenty under the hood to keep games running smoothly for years. Coming fully equipt with 6GB GDDR6, 1920 CUDA® cores and with the capability of supporting multiple monitors up to 7680×4320 resolution covers as much ground as it possibly can, but at a price.
Along with these internal goodies, the cards themselves come along with dual-axial 13 blade fans designed to keep it cool while on the run. The card itself is sleek and powerful, packed into its 112.6 mm by 228.6mm frame without looking overly bulky. It also comes standard with a 8-pin power connection, and a next-gen 6-phase power supply for maximum overclocking.
The new line of cards starts at £329 (which is currently out of stock), and goes up to £1,099 for the Nvidia RTX 2082 Ti cards. All cards come with a code for either Battlefield V, or the upcoming Anthem.