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I'm not mad at all dude..

If this tech was at all relevant it would be a lot larger than what it is now.


If this is such awesome engine, everyone and their dog (devs) would be on this engine right now or another version.

There are millions of game engine engineers and coders, you're telling me that this team damaged to make this? please.

If in 2 years a game is made with this engine and actually is less taxing on hardware, runs faster, smoother etc then I take it all back, but I think it's a joke that their the only company / team to find this majestic code that uses voxels or atoms or whatever the hell they are using.
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This video reminds why video cards for $1000 still exist and will continue to exist. biggrin.gif
I disagree, if a game can't pull at least 80-90% of it's maximum quality on a single $400-500 current-gen card, then the devs in charge of optimization have failed. nVidia is going to make sure that everything covered in this demo can run smoothly on XBox One and PS4 - entire gaming systems which only cost as much as a single high-end GPU.

I know this is OCN, but overall with PC gaming needs to move AWAY from the stigma that people need deep pockets to get games looking good (the average joe still thinks that), PC gaming really needs to become more widespread as far as core gamers go. Otherwise we're just going to get another 10 years of console ports.

$1000 cards need to be kept as an extremely niche thing (preferably more niche than they currently are).

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I disagree, if a game can't pull at least 80-90% of it's maximum quality on a single $400-500 current-gen card, then the devs in charge of optimization have failed. nVidia is going to make sure that everything covered in this demo can run smoothly on XBox One and PS4 - entire gaming systems which only cost as much as a single high-end GPU.

I know this is OCN, but overall with PC gaming needs to move AWAY from the stigma that people need deep pockets to get games looking good (the average joe still thinks that), PC gaming really needs to become more widespread as far as core gamers go. Otherwise we're just going to get another 10 years of console ports.

$1000 cards need to be kept as an extremely niche thing (preferably more niche than they currently are).

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You do realize that games have a whole host of graphical settings, right? If you don't have hardware capable of running a game maxed out, then turn some settings down. Turn them all the way down to console-level detail, if that doesn't bother you. You would rather them put a detail/fidelity cap on games rather than allow the flexibility for people with more powerful systems to get more out of them? Yes, some games are pretty poorly-optimized, but optimization has little to do with the overall picture of allowing much higher graphical ceilings or not. This especially goes for games that start adding more advanced environmental, hair, and clothing physics. As graphics progress, the hardware needs to progress. If you can't afford to keep up with the Joneses, then be content with 50-75% settings in some games. Don't wish a cap upon everyone else who doesn't have your same limitations.
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You do realize that games have a whole host of graphical settings, right? If you don't have hardware capable of running a game maxed out, then turn some settings down. Turn them all the way down to console-level detail, if that doesn't bother you. You would rather them put a detail/fidelity cap on games rather than allow the flexibility for people with more powerful systems to get more out of them? Yes, some games are pretty poorly-optimized, but optimization has little to do with the overall picture of allowing much higher graphical ceilings or not. This especially goes for games that start adding more advanced environmental, hair, and clothing physics. As graphics progress, the hardware needs to progress. If you can't afford to keep up with the Joneses, then be content with 50-75% settings in some games. Don't wish a cap upon everyone else who doesn't have your same limitations.
Check the post I was responding to, he brought up some sort of weird justification for $1k GPU's. There is no justification to NEED to spend that much for gaming unless running 1600p resolution of a triple-monitor setup (both are exceptionally rare among gamers).

I simply brought up the importance of optimizing a game well.
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Hopefully its really optimized. But to take advantage of all of that would probably need 2 more generations of graphic processors. Namely big leaps in performance for those iterations.
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