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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 10-09-2019, 07:11 AM
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what's your point?

they've clearly stated their intention to step into the ring.

Rev 1 releases the OEM display adapter cards, and will maybe go up to the $300-$400 price range. Nothing bigger or more expensive though, at least not on this end of the spectrum.

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Don't all modern GPU's technically support ray tracing? Doing it efficiently and effectively though, that's a different story.
AFAIK, AMD still doesn't officially support real time ray or path tracing in games.
Just because they don't support DxR doesn't mean their cards don't officially support ray tracing. Radeon Rays has plugins to integrate with a few game engines that they official support.

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It will be interesting to see what type of solution Intel uses for ray tracing. Nvidia chose a mostly hardware approach and uses a somewhat proprietary method for RT,while AMD has said their plans are a hybrid software+hardware approach to running the calculations. Will Intel follow one or the other method? Or do they have yet another, 3rd method of doing RT that will be thrown into the mix? And which method will win out in the end? Interesting times.

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^^ reasons why RTX being a thing is low on the list of things I want out of a GPU, any time soon.

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Now makes you wonder if the consumer gpus will have it, does amd plan to support raytracing aswell?would it be hardware or "software" based raytracing?
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The 90s called, they want you to look at the PCI/AGP Dedicated GPU Offerings from INTEL that were on the market.
Is that really worth distinguishing?

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Is that really worth distinguishing?
of course, it lets us know he's either old as hell, or overly educated on stuff that doesn't matter.

i wonder if schools are offering tech history degrees yet?

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of course, it lets us know he's either old as hell, or overly educated on stuff that doesn't matter.

i wonder if schools are offering tech history degrees yet?

Plot twist: maybe they're arguing over whether it's worth distinguishing between PCI and AGP lol.



On a serious note though, you can't whitewash history, as much as Intel would like to pretend that this is their first time, it isn't, the first time it didn't go too well, so there's that. In the same way that if you go to their ARK website they pretend that the not so good 60 and 66 Mhz Pentiums never existed.


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Plot twist: maybe they're arguing over whether it's worth distinguishing between PCI and AGP lol.



On a serious note though, you can't whitewash history, as much as Intel would like to pretend that this is their first time, it isn't, the first time it didn't go too well, so there's that. In the same way that if you go to their ARK website they pretend that the not so good 60 and 66 Mhz Pentiums never existed.
Hey, I had one of those, came in a Packard Bell. If I recall correctly, bought it for ~$2,175, at CompUSA. It (and DOOM) was what convinced me to move from a Mac to a PC.

I thought it was the schizz at the time.

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Quote: Originally Posted by tpi2007 View Post
Plot twist: maybe they're arguing over whether it's worth distinguishing between PCI and AGP lol.



On a serious note though, you can't whitewash history, as much as Intel would like to pretend that this is their first time, it isn't, the first time it didn't go too well, so there's that. In the same way that if you go to their ARK website they pretend that the not so good 60 and 66 Mhz Pentiums never existed.
And let's not forget the Larrabee. What's funny is that Intel was hyping up ray tracing back then.

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