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Started by Mace-x, March 23, 2018, 01:20:05 pm
QuoteWhile this is super accurate it´s ultra slow because it calculates a bazillion rays each frame"
Quote from: connorhall70 on March 23, 2018, 03:02:52 pmQuoteWhile this is super accurate it´s ultra slow because it calculates a bazillion rays each frame"doesnt that translate over to games? so its gonna look brilliant... at 0.000001 fps?hope u understand what im getting at bro lol... to me, what i quoted contradicts "next huge step" lol.
Quote from: speedfr on March 23, 2018, 03:17:05 pmit's a tease from nVidia to kill AMD a little bit more, to engage the manufacturer to follow them with their nVidia Partner Program and try to exclude more the slightest concurrence from AMD and Intel. In other words, they tease us so next time we want to buy 2 GTX 2080 or new Titan XYZ and sell a liver or two to be able to play. The graphic cards already increased price 'round 30% (up to 42% for the 1080Ti) so they can keep up with developping this, we will only be able to look at it, like little kids in front of the bakery windows...Hoppefully, only AAA games will be concerned and anyway for GP bike even if it goes 64bits and starts to have eye-candy graphics, it will run on any recent cards, meaning the 9x0 series or equivalent at AMD.
Quote from: HornetMaX on March 28, 2018, 07:00:19 amDidn't check the source but somewhere one was saying the short was redered by a whopping 150,000$ GPU so we still have to wait a bit for that to come to our desktops
Quote from: Mace-x on March 28, 2018, 10:07:04 pmTo be honest i´m quite sure nvidia has that type of tech available today at a reasonable price, but why release it since there´s no competition in the market, nothing can even surpass the gtx 1080 wich is an overpriced turd, there´s a video by adored tv on youtube showing the increase on graphics performance and how it´s developing so fucking slow right now, nvidia is holding back big time, i´m quite sure, pretty much like intel, wich after amd released the ryzen processors they came up with some pretty good price/performance ones (8700k)