INNO3D Graphics: The Future of Gaming is Ray Traced

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  1. MIG-31

    MIG-31 Old time Member.. Staff Member

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    Gaming is growing more exciting as time goes on; next-gen consoles have seen the possibility of ray-tracing, and are rushing to catch up to PC gaming standards, where the NVIDIA® technology found in INNO3D cards is already powering stunning ray-traced gaming experiences. Here’s why ray-tracing is the future of PC gaming and beyond.

    Ray Tracing: The Technology Powering Cutting-Edge Gaming Graphics

    Lighting is everything in gaming. Poor lighting can turn a stunning scene into a bland experience you’d expect from the earliest video games. Great lighting enhances a game world, bringing visual fidelity and a level of immersion that pulls you into the experience and makes the world real.

    Real-time ray tracing can be found in NVIDIA®’s latest RTX graphics cards; this technology simulates the physical behaviours of lighting, bringing a high level of real-time, cinematic rendering to video games, turning simply another game world into a powerful and visually stunning and immersive experience you won’t quickly forget.

    Which Games Currently Support Ray Tracing?

    More and more games are supporting ray tracing. It’s transforming their gaming experiences for gamers just like you. You’ll find ray tracing support in the following list of recently released and upcoming major titles, and many more besides:

    • Battlefield 5
    • Call of Duty: modern Warfare
    • Control
    • Cyberpunk 2077
    • Dying Light 2
    • Minecraft
    • Metro Exodus
    • Shadow of the Tomb Raider
    • Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
    • Watchdogs Legion
    • Wolfenstein Youngblood
    Check out NVIDIA®’s ray-tracing trailer to see incredible examples of how ray tracing has changed games already:


    INNO3D Graphics Cards: Ray Tracing Ready

    When you browse INNO3D’s latest graphics products, you’ll find a range of RTX-based products that can power immersive gaming experiences all the way up to games that are coming in 2020, ready for ray-tracing.

    Head to Overclockers UK to browse the full range of INNO3D products now, and experience ray tracing excellence for yourself. You’ll find a range of products to suit your needs and budget.
     
  2. Judas

    Judas Obvious Closet Brony Pony

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    Nvidia is stepping up the push on ray tracing for their RTX brand because as more rumours/leaks become available, AMD's ray tracing support in it's up and coming gpus or rather the microsoft/sony consoles... appears to provide far better performance and capabilities over nvidia's offerings.
     
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    It would be interesting if AMD could now give Nvidia a run for it's money, fighting a battle on two fronts, both CPUs and GPUs.
     
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    AMD's been working on ray tracing for years... and demonstrated it ages ago.... but it wasn't ever really practical in games because of the performance crunch. I'm not all that sure of how many RTX users actually enable ray tracing .... and really there aren't that many games at all that use it in the first place. I'd even say that the games that claim to use ray tracing and technically can enable it without an nvidia card that is "ray tracing capable" greatly outnumber those that were entirely designed for it.
     

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