they're just annoyed that its cutting into total theoretical performance based on die space.
aside from that, it's just an annoyance that gets in their perceived way. hopefully NV/AMD/Intel get this dialed in rather quickly. Not sure why they can't build Tensor core cards like you would a dual GPU card. Just have the tensor cores on the back of the card or something so they're nice and close idk.
i'm guessing most gamers will be using streaming platforms to take advantage of RT, by the time RT is fully implemented. What'll happen to the standard GPU core? it'll just phase off as non-essential? seems like there may be a period where we run modern RT cards and older not-RT cards, so we can still play "old" stuff.
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