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Grab this RTX 2070 and two ray-traced games for only $410 at Newegg

Grab this RTX 2070 and two ray-traced games for only $410 at Newegg
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Ray tracing is starting to show up in more and more games as 2019 rumbles on, and this deal on an RTX 2070 is a great way to get ready for them: it's down to $410 at Newegg with discount code EMCTCVV84 and a $30 mail-in rebate. While Wolfenstein: Youngblood won't be ray traced at launch, developers promise it's coming (and Control will have some very impressive DXR support right out of the gate). 

The RTX 2070 is the middle of the original RTX card stack, sitting between the 2060 on the low end and the 2080 and 2080 Ti on the higher end. It's a fantastic card for 1440p or even 4K gaming, or if you're looking for ridiculously blistering frame rates at FHD. The headlining feature, however, is the dedicated hardware support for ray tracing and DLSS. Like all of its RTX siblings, the 2070 packs RT cores designed specifically for ray tracing workloads, as well as Tensor cores that handle deep learning tasks like DLSS.


Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2070 + Control + Wolfenstein: Youngblood | $410 at Newegg (save $70/$190)
A killer card for 1440p and 4K gaming and one fully armed to embrace our ray-traced future. Plus, Newegg is tossing in two new games to sweeten this already appealing deal. Just don't forget the offer code EMCTCVV84 and the $30 mail-in rebate.

As Jarred noted in our review of an EVGA OEM 2070, this is a card that outperforms the still-powerful GTX 1080, and while the brand new 2070 Super might edge it out, this deal puts the vanilla card at $100 less than the Super MSRP. Or, if you consider the full price of the two games you're getting for free, it's $220 less than the new Super.

For a look at some other strong GPU options, be sure to check out our best graphics cards buying guide. Or for a complete PC ready to rock straight out of the best, have a look at our best gaming PC roundup.

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Alan Bradley
Alan's been a journalist for over a decade, covering news, games, and hardware. He loves new technology, Formula 1 race cars, and the glitter of C-beams in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. Find him @chapelzero on Twitter for lengthy conversation about CRPGs of the early 90s and to debate the merits of the serial comma.