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      This is an older build of the 0.6.0.0 update which - due to this patch - is compatible with RTX GPUs.
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      I can't edit it in because the page to do that is protected, so would an admin be able to do it?

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      Hey all.  So I was reading this thread over on reddit that was asking about which games are known to support high frame rates and I thought "I know who has a giant list of games with this kind of info, I'll bet there's a category for this!".  Unfortunately upon arriving at the Borderlands 2 page, I was disappointed to see that categories for game properties/attributes have not been implemented.  That should be fixed!
       
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