GeForce RTX 2070 Review Roundup

By NVIDIA on October 23, 2018 | GeForce RTX GPUs Featured Stories

The new GeForce RTX 2070, starting at £459, is the perfect 2560x1440 graphics card, giving you the performance for a no-compromise, ultra-setting experience in virtually every game.

It’s available now around the world from numerous partners, and there are plenty of reviews online to help you find the perfect model for you:

  • “Should you buy it? Absolutely, if you’re in the market for a $500 graphics card that delivers stellar 1440p gaming, solid entry-level 4K gaming with the help of a G-Sync monitor, or ultra-fast 1080p gaming a high refresh rate monitor.” - PCWorld
  • “Blending a competitive price point with solid all-around performance, the EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 Black Edition earns a Gold award from PC Perspective. For most gamers, the RTX 2070 represents the sweet spot between performance and price, and the RTX 2070 Black Edition is an excellent option for gamers looking to purchase an RTX 2070.” - PCPerspective
  • “In light of current GPU pricing, the GeForce RTX 2070 is clearly the most attractive card in this price range. It offers the best performance per dollar, it’s relatively power friendly, overclockable, and it supports NVIDIA’s forward-looking ray tracing and DLSS technologies. In that regard, it wins across the board.” - HotHardware
  • “Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2070 is ultimately the best graphics card available at around the £500 mark” - Hexus
  • “The performance is incredibly consistent across all of our titles and if you plan on gaming at 1080 or 1440 and haven't already got a card capable of doing so it will please you immeasurably whilst also giving an element of future-proofing for when the RT and DLSS titles hit the market in great numbers, and for those reasons it wins our OC3D Gamers Choice Award.” – Overclock3D

If you want to play at 4K with super high or maxed-out settings, take a look at the even-faster GeForce RTX 2080 and GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, which launched last month. They’ll take you to 60 FPS and beyond, can be run in multi-GPU configurations, and will deliver the best possible ray tracing experience in Battlefield V and other supported games.