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  • Nvidia Ray Tracing Support Added to Wolfenstein: Youngblood

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    Nvidia Ray Tracing Support Added to Wolfenstein: Youngblood

    Kill nazis in unprecedented visual fidelity.

    The real-time ray tracing support for Wolfenstein: Youngblood was released today for the PC version of the game. The update, courtesy of MachineGames, Arkane Studios Lyon, and Nvidia allows players to work towards a better tomorrow with really pretty visuals.

    Specifically, the update introduces ray-traced reflections throughout each level. Any surface, so long as it's reflective even a little, "will feature accurate, high-quality,...
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  • Deliver Us the Moon Update Turns on RTX Features

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    Deliver Us the Moon Update Turns on RTX Features

    Real-time raytracing added to the game in the latest update.

    A new update for Deliver Us the Moon, was released that should make RTX video card owners rather happy. The new update incorporated new real-time ray tracing support for this sci-fi focused adventure. In addition to the lovely ray tracing, the game also includes global illumination lighting. All in all, this should make for a real nice looking game for those with the hardware to push it to the max.

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  • Battlefield V is Now the First Game to Support Ray Tracing

    Battlefield V is Now the First Game to Support Ray Tracing

    With today's update to the game, Battlefield V is now the first game out there to support DirectX's real-time ray tracing (DXR). If you own an Nvidia 20xx card, you may want to check it out for yourself. Or maybe don't, because the performance hit is, to put it mildly, massive.
    So, what is ray tracing? Essentially, an algorithm traces the path of light from many different viewpoints and simulates the way it interacts with 3D objects in the scene. As the ray moves through the scene it
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  • NVIDIA RTX 20xx Series Coming in September, RTX 2080 Ti Starts at $1200

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    NVIDIA RTX 20xx Series Coming in September, RTX 2080 Ti Starts at $1200

    As you probably heard by now, if you read some previous news posts here, NVIDIA held their pre-Gamescom 2018 event today. During the event, they announced that their Turing powered lineup of graphics cards will be released starting on September 20. They're making the jump from the 10xx line straight up to 20xx cards, beginning with the $499 (USD) RTX 2070. The GeForce RTX 2080 will go for $799. The GeForce RTX 2080 Ti will start at $1,199. RTX? Yep. Nvidia is also re-branding from "GTX" ...
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