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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Death_Lord

    Death_Lord Master Guru

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    I wonder if it would be posible to use one of those as RayTracing and Physics accelerators for games, GPU for the main graphics, Accelerator card for simulations and RT.
     
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    PurSpyk!! Master Guru

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    That card has not RT cores, so it would be a bit pointless?
     
  4. Denial

    Denial Ancient Guru

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    The card doesn't have RT cores and even if it did the answer is probably no.

    Eventually GPUs will go MCM, especially for compute purposes, but the latency and scheduling complications make it near impossible to have a RT accelerator card.
     

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    DeskStar Maha Guru

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    Bad ass!.!
     
  6. Gomez Addams

    Gomez Addams Member Guru

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    For this card's intended audience, raytracing cores are not needed at all. In fact, the card has no video outputs and it doesn't need any. What it does have is 108 streaming multiprocessors and 40GB of HDM2. Those are both outstanding so this card should be a monster. It's cost likely will be also.
     
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    no.
     

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