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Quote: Originally Posted by ILoveHighDPI View Post
I'm sure that Tenser Cores do have tons of potential in gaming, but we aren't seeing any of it and at this point it's clear that the Tenser Cores on current RTX cards will never amount to anything of practical value outside of their original stated purpose of de noising Ray Traced effects.

It was Nvidia's job to demonstrate the value of their technology, and they failed miserably.
What can you do with those RTX and Tensor cores besides DLSS and RTX effects, I'm still not clear on that ? I wonder if console and arcade emulators could use them in some way.

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