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post #191 of 193 (permalink) Old 09-24-2019, 08:42 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by NightAntilli View Post
Do me a favor... Do not confuse RTX with ray tracing... Let me quote Mr. Jensen here, on what RTX actually is;

"The Nvidia RTX is a PLATFORM, consisting of architecture, software, SDKs and libraries that allows us to COMBINE DIFFERENT types of rendering technologies into ONE unified and cohesive PLATFORM."
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Just remember that RTX is the next GameWorks. Ray Tracing is the "excuse". That is all.
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Quote: Originally Posted by NightAntilli View Post
Do me a favor... Do not confuse RTX with ray tracing... Let me quote Mr. Jensen here, on what RTX actually is;

"The Nvidia RTX is a PLATFORM, consisting of architecture, software, SDKs and libraries that allows us to COMBINE DIFFERENT types of rendering technologies into ONE unified and cohesive PLATFORM."
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Just remember that RTX is the next GameWorks. Ray Tracing is the "excuse". That is all.
nah Raytracing is the new physx, sooner or later GPUs will incorporate the RT units to process the processing,another example can be tessellation, it wont go somewhere else, it will be always be available in the games once become mainstream
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you caught that too eh? I guess we'll getting day walker rings in the pre-order bundle?

jk jk, street lights n fires create plenty of reflection
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Where did you see "sun" there? It's neither in the texts or in the game really at least not the first one. There is however ten million possibilities for reflections, shadows etc.

Control looked nice so far with the available tracing options. Some people may like all the fakery in games, I don't much.
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yes i edited that in there; its a joke.

maybe i should mention vampyres don't reflect their image.

made those devs job a little easier.



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