NVIDIA RTX 2060, 2070, 2080, and 2080 Ti GPUs: All the third-party cards we've found

NVIDIA RTX 2080 Demo
NVIDIA RTX 2080 Demo (Image credit: Windows Central)

NVIDIA announced the company's next family of desktop GPU cards, the RTX 20-series. This series of graphics processors further push the boundaries of PC gaming, making 4K at a stable frame rate more of a reality and putting them in the running for best graphics card options available. Here are all the third-party cards we've spotted so far.

Picking the RTX 2070, RTX 2080, or RTX 2080 Ti GPU ensures you're ahead of the pack when it comes to PC gaming. If you're struggling to decide, the ZOTAC RTX 2080 (opens in new tab) is an excellent choice and our current pick. However, note that stock is quickly being bought up and some of these options might not be available right now. Keep tabs on the cards you want so you can be notified when they're available again. Resellers are also charging a fortune right now because of supply and demand, so beware of obscene pricing.

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • I'm really interested in the 2070 cards, good performance for the price
  • Something to remember, the 2070 cards will NOT support SLI.
    They do not include the new SLI Bridge header connectors. They should be fast enough that most users won't need it anyway.
    If you want that speed, go get the 2080 cards.
  • I don't need SLI, and I can't justify the cost of one 2080, let alone two unfortunately
  • *Wipes drool off phone.*
  • I wonder what software will push real time ray tracing first, and if it's able to really create a trend
  • UE4, Frostbite, and a bunch of the Game Engines and IDE's already support it according to nVidia.
    That means they can build it into their products so, like Tessellation, if the hardware is there, it will "just work".
    RX12 is a standard extension to the DX12 API so it is likely EVERYBODY will support it in their games that target DX12. A long list of games was announced at the launch that will/do support it.
    My question is; XBOX Support? Unlikely as it just doesn't have the hardware being that it's AMD-based.
  • No chance right now. Would assume AMD is working on something similar in its next batch of GPUs, but we'll have to wait and see. This is really pushing things forward though.
  • Where can I order the $499 version?
  • It's a recommended price. NVIDIA's own founders edition isn't the entry level price for any of these cards.