nVidia has released a set of benchmarks for their new RTX 2080 card today via a blog post. Yesterday’s launch for the RTX 20 series came under some criticism for its lack of real world benchmarks to let users get an idea of how the new cards compared to the current GTX 10 series generation so today’s update is a welcome one. The blog post also put 4K gaming back in the spotlight with some impressive figures for a number of current AAA titles running at 4K, HDR 60Hz with framerates well exceeding 60FPS. 4K gaming became a big selling point for the consoles but the PS4 Pro didn’t quite meet with expectations as it often fell short of full 4K resolution while the XBOX One X has had a series of titles launched for it boasting 4K support but sometimes this has come with poor performance as experienced with PUBG on the XBOX One X. Meanwhile PC gaming has only slightly moved on from the HD gaming era and a lot of gamers have stuck with 1440p opting for buttery smooth framerates at a decent resolution increase. The RTX 20 series might change this and with HDR monitor’s become more readily available 4K could well become the norm for PC gamers.