Home • PC Game Hardware • Control • 29 It’s all under control Katharine Castle Hardware Editor 30th August 2019 / 6:00PM Remedy’s eerie telekinetic shooter Control is without a doubt one of the biggest RTX ray tracing games you can play on PC right now. It’s also one of the most demanding. Indeed, while Remedy recently revised their Control PC requirements, saying you now only need an Nvidia RTX 2060 graphics card for playing with ray tracing switched on as opposed to the crazy expensive RTX 2080, I’ve found that even Nvidia’s new RTX 2080 Super card struggles to hit a consistent 60fps on High at 1920×1080 with all Control’s RTX bells and whistles turned on. As such, I thought I’d put together this Control RTX ray tracing guide to tell you exactly what kind of performance you can expect from each of today’s Nvidia RTX cards, both with and without ray tracing, as well as what each ray tracing effect actually does and whether it’s actually worth keeping switched on – because we wouldn’t want anyone’s graphics cards throwing a big hissy fit now, would we? Control RTX: Ray tracing options First, let’s take a quick look at… Read full this story
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