Spice Spice Baby
- Jul 15, 2020
Nvidia, the only company with raytracing, for over 2 years now, which has had a tremendous lead over AMD for many years. They have been above and beyond just about every company in not only graphics, but AI. What makes you think Nvidia is going to listen to a guy who hasn't been about to keep his consoles cool or quiet over the last few console cycles? Nvidia has held the crown for the longest, and the gap only increases.Let me try this again...
I meant how they could be developing the solution for YEARS in advance if it isn't ready yet? Everything points to a "patch" hardware level hoping that the drivers will pick up. Hence my analogy with the trains. How can you still assume that this wasn't a response to PS5 solution and something "in development for years" is amazing to me.
There are no games yet because there wasn't a solution available to work around this limitation (again, you are welcome guys). This will change drastically in the future, as developers are now (not 2 years from now) free to realize their visions of the games.
It's not about "maxing out" the I/O is always maxed out, it's what devs will be able do with it.
I'm not talking rocket science here and yet it looks like all I said "went over your head like an airplane".
Look at the dates when Jensen and Microsoft first talked about this, vs when Cerny did. I'll give you a hint, one came before the other. You do realize my 2 year old 2080TI will be able to implement direct storage and DX12U? Of course I'll be upgrading to the 3090 or 3080Ti, so I'll get even better performance. But if the 2080 Ti can implement this, and it was designed a few years before it released, how do you know it wasn't Cerny trying to take a hint from the graphics king? Nvidia leads, never follows.
Further more, the entire industry would be moving to faster I/O, as that's a part of natural progression in technology. Hopefully this pill won't be hard to swallow. You should see all the videos being released the past few days on these beasts of gpu's. You'll see the clear winner when those Sony ps5 games are compared with the PC version of the same game. I'll keep this bookmarked just to remind you.