This is providing the current RTX cards will still be powerful enough when games start to fully utilize ray tracing. Right now there's just a handful of games using RTX and honestly i watched some videos and let's just say ray tracing is like a new born baby. It's not for now something i would call a must have at all from the videos i watched. It's cool but certainly not something i would put over high resolution and/or high fps. Right now i'd rather have 2k @144Hz with FreeSync support. My current computer is not good enough to provide me 144fps at 2k in most of the games i play but when it's powerful enough i'll say it's a lot smoother than 60Hz. I can easily tell when the game is running at a near constant 144fps. I highly suspect with the current RTX card you'll be stuck at 1080p40-60 once games start to fully utilize RTX and personally i don't see that as something very valuable. Personally i'm done with 1080p60 gaming so while i would like ray tracing it's not really an option for another 2-3 years i would say and at that point i'll have to replace any card i would buy now.