CDPR can figure out, how to make ray tracing work on AMD as well. RX hardware is really overrated, that's AMD's stance on it. I.e. you can do it using generic GPU features. So I'd wait and see what they say about it, before buying anythingDammit, I just bought a AMD RX, does that mean now I have to guy a nVidia RTX, dangit! I'll do it though, lol.
Oh of course, the later I buy it the cheaper it is anyway, so I'm not in a rush. If anything it would be like the days before the game comes out if it turns out that I would need it...CDPR can figure out, how to make ray tracing work on AMD as well. RX hardware is really overrated, that's AMD's stance on it. I.e. you can do it using generic GPU features. So I'd wait and see what they say about it, before buying anything
Currently running a GTX 970 and it works GREAT for every game I play.
Yes I probably can't run CP2077 at 4K with ray tracing, but I'm far, Far, FAR more concerned with gameplay (story and mechanics) then I am with graphics. So many games these days seem to stress graphics at the expense of gameplay ... when did game players become so superficial?
Agreed. (Loaded up Kohan 1 over the weekend again. )I know, If I can run it on a 486 and it's got MAD SICK gameplay I'm happy!
Aww... Man Wish I had energy I feel so drained all the time must be because I'm 36, feels like i'm 99!
Is it reasonable to think that a 2080 ti (paired with a ryzen 2600x) will be able to run this game at 1440P with ultra graphics and max ray tracing with at least 120fps?
Well I hope Nvidia comes out with a 3080 ti next year before Cyberpunk.
I doubt that any, presently available GPU / CPU combo is gonig to get anywhere near 120 FPS with the game, let alone in 1440p / 2K / 4K. Best thing to aim for now is 60-80 FPS at 1440p, Ultra settings.
For myself, I'm aiming for 60 FPS at a mix of Med-Ultra settings on my GTX 980 ti. Still haven't met a game that I can't run on mostly Ultra. Only need to drop a couple of settings here and there.