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RTX on GTX: Nvidia’s latest driver unlocks ray tracing on GeForce GTX graphics cards

t was promised , and now it’s here. Nvidia recently released  that unlock DirectX Raytracing support on the  and , and on GTX 10-series graphics cards from the 6GB GTX 1060 on up. You read that correctly: You no longer need a pricey GeForce RTX 20-series graphics card to experience ray tracing in games that support it. Nvidia and its partners also released a trio of new tech demos that

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