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If we assume RT gets a 4X increase, aren't we still more concerned about typical rasterization performance? I mean... 99% of the games we already own rely on this technology.

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Whoever has provided this information is obviously breaking company regulations. But my biggest issue is how Nvidia seems to have finalised performance numbers 6 7 months before release. That seems skeptical to me.
it would'be been like 3 months before release inb4 COVID. COVID has given them some obscene unseen polishing time. it better be gud.

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If we assume RT gets a 4X increase, aren't we still more concerned about typical rasterization performance? I mean... 99% of the games we already own rely on this technology.
what is 4X performance increase if the RT difficulty also goes up at the same time though? measuring that one is gonna be fun. Don't existing RT games automatically benefit as well or something?

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^ Yes, the 1% of games that use RT should benefit.

RT difficulty should only go up depending on the amount dynamic lighting in a game. If there isn't dynamic lighting, RT is too taxing when you can just bake the lighting into the textures.

I'm curious to see some corporate line graph where the performance of RT crosses that apex with Rasterization. At some point, RT should be the defacto means of rendering light, bounces, materials etc. But I'd assume we are another generation away from that reality.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Slaughtahouse View Post
^ Yes, the 1% of games that use RT should benefit.

RT difficulty should only go up depending on the amount dynamic lighting in a game. If there isn't dynamic lighting, RT is too taxing when you can just bake the lighting into the textures.

I'm curious to see some corporate line graph where the performance of RT crosses that apex with Rasterization. At some point, RT should be the defacto means of rendering light, bounces, materials etc. But I'd assume we are another generation away from that reality.
and think of all the RT remasters game companies can sell! I mean if we get something like reshade to improve the lighting on older titles then RT becomes more relevant to everyday Joe (Crysis Remaster, Minecraft, Quake..)
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hopefully they remaster more than just the shiny

like the tony hawk 1+2 re-release. looks interesting, but meh.

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and think of all the RT remasters game companies can sell! I mean if we get something like reshade to improve the lighting on older titles then RT becomes more relevant to everyday Joe (Crysis Remaster, Minecraft, Quake..)
Yes - I can see it now. 4K RT RE-RE-Resident Evil 2

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lel.. just one more day (hopefully for the Ampere Titan at least) to know boys!

also, if the 4x RT performance is real, I would welcome it - BFV with DXR runs like trash (well, the whole game is trash but that's for another thread) - get ~ 40fps in 4K with 1x Titan RTX.

Control is the biggest pile of turd ever - DX12 MGPU "works" with both GPUs being above 90% usage - still get < 40fps in 4K with everything maxed out with RT - and that's with TWO Titan RTX
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