Personally speaking I find the RTX cards to be a win but the jury is still out on the tech. The end of this week will be very telling once we see Metro Exodus. Unlike BFV, it's a game where atmosphere is more important than absolute performance (i.e. it's a competitive shooter where you want every last ounce of framerate) and the Metro environment feels like a natural choice for RTX tech. If it doesn't do well there, it's hard to see it meaning much in this generation of cards. I'm also on the fence about DLSS. I'm not amazed by its implementation in Final Fantasy and whilst the 3Dmark feature demonstration may look nice, surely a canned benchmark with identical scenes is not a fair test for machine learning - of course it'll do well in the same scenes from the same angles and moving on rails. Still, the cards are great in traditional performance, even if they do come with a serious price hike. The 1080Ti/TitanX(P)/TitanXp were fantastic cards and even after two years, for news cards to crush that performance is impressive unto itself. The juggernaut rolls on but we're paying more. Overall: very happy with the cards in traditional workloads; new features remain gimmicks until proven otherwise.