Heard that if you enable RAY TRACING you get lower fps so yes maybe keep my 1080ti
You missed the PSU in that list.
Never mind the specs, but if all the Games are working fine, then you shouldn't worry about upgrading your current GPU, unless you REALLY want MORE performance in graphic demanding AAA games.
The RTX is obviously faster, but it is having a poor price/perf RATIO. It's expensive, but unless you really want to use/enable RAY TRACING in games, then only go for the RTX. Else, your current GTX GPU is a solid card, at least in my opinion.
Yeah, RAY Tracing tanks the performance, but if we enable DLSS, along with RTX, then you might gain some more frames. It all depends on the Game being played though. Not many games support ray tracing, as of now. Maybe in the next 2-3 years, Ray Tracing might become mainstream.Heard that if you enable RAY TRACING you get lower fps