Originally Posted by UltraMega
How can a GPU even not work for 10-bit mode for certain programs? If it works and windows recognizes it, your screen recognizes it... how is it that it won't then work in a program that supports it? Isn't it a standard? How can you have HDR work for some things that can use it but not others, on the same hardware? As someone who has been using HDR for a while but doesn't know anything about photoshop, why was this even a thing?
Seems to me that it has just been artificially blocked at a driver level and Nvidia simply removed the block just before AMD did. Am I missing something? This is not an added feature but a literally a removed block, correct? If that is the case then the tone of this announcement is annoying as a company doesn't deserve praise for unblocking a feature that was always there.
you're missing the difference between DX and OpenGL.
Originally Posted by ToTheSun!
That off-topic part was my fault exclusively. The topic simply reminded of something that only nVidia can do right now, which is path tracing. And, because the end result is pretty spectacular, I decided to share some custom Minecraft. Sue me!
i kept thinking if i was a bunny rabbit, that one video would have made me a hungry bunny rabbit.
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