CyberPowerPC Updated with NVIDIA 20-Series Graphics Cards

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Post Gamescom 2018 and the announcement of NVIDIA's 20-series graphics cards, manufacturers and custom PC builders are moving quickly to incorporate NVIDIA's new ray-tracing (RT) technology into their systems. Available from CyberPowerPC, these systems will use RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti graphics cards, with 2070 models soon to follow sometime in October. Designed for next-gen gaming, the RTX 20-series GPUs are built on NVIDIA's Turing architecture and feature dedicated RT cores and even AI capabilities with Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS). In addition to performance upgrades, 20-series graphics cards include hardware support for USB Type-C and Virtual Link, an open industry standard developed for a single-cable solution for VR headsets.

Aside from the GPUs, these CyberPowerPC systems are built with Intel® and AMD processors, DDR4 memory, and a variety of storage configurations including HDDs and SSDs. Some systems also include Intel® Optane™ Memory, which is non-volatile and acts as cache to increase system performance and responsiveness. To accompany the hardware, these computers are also built with gaming aesthetics, featuring cases with tempered glass panels and RGB LED lighting. Moreover, higher-end systems are equipped with liquid cooling to help keep temperatures manageable and prevent throttling. For your convenience, all CyberPowerPC systems include a USB gaming keyboard and mouse, so you can get started as soon as possible.

Interested in how the RTX 20-series graphics cards will perform? Which ray-tracing and DLSS games are you looking forward to the most? Let us know in the Comments section, below.

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