Key features include: Six-zone customizable lighting (yes, including the alien head) and support for the existing Alienware Graphics Amplifier, which can hold a desktop graphics card (Nvidia or AMD) and attaches via a proprietary port found on nearly every Alienware system. These benchmarks also showed that the RTX 2060 also outperformed AMD's Radeon RX 590 graphics cards by 22 per cent, but failed to topple the AMD Radeon RX Vega, which beat it by 4.44 per cent. It didn't help that no games supported Nvidia's RTX technologies when the new cards hit the market, which limited their appeal-especially compared to the GTX 10-series cards. On the RTX 2060, this is achieved by pairing ray-tracing with DLSS, which saves performance compared to traditional anti-aliasing methods. You'll also find 6GB of GDDR6 memory and 240 Tensor Cores that can deliver 52 teraflops of processing power, and five GigaRays per second of ray-tracing performance.
To put it in desktop terms, Nvidia said the RTX 2060 should perform better than a GTX 1070 Ti.
Which RTX graphics can you get in a laptop?
The headline claims for the new GeForce RTX 2060 seem impressive.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 cards will be available next week, on January 15, from a variety of partners.
A lot of titles already support these features including Hitman 2, Final Fantasy 15, Battlefield 5 and others - but there's plenty of upcoming games that also support the RTX series features including Anthem, which just had DLSS support confirmed on Nvidia's stage at CES.