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    Nvidia beats analyst expectations for graphics and AI chip sales

    CEO Huang said that gaming is going through a revival thanks to its RTX technology.
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    Re: Nvidia beats analyst expectations for graphics and AI chip sales

    Lol, no. How many games are using RTX again?

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    Re: Nvidia beats analyst expectations for graphics and AI chip sales

    Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
    Lol, no. How many games are using RTX again?
    I think I can still count them on one hand, a year later.

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    Re: Nvidia beats analyst expectations for graphics and AI chip sales

    Almost certainly is not because of Real Time Ray Tracing but is because of their excellent highly paid marketing teams.

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    Re: Nvidia beats analyst expectations for graphics and AI chip sales

    This generation of cards has been disappointing from an enthusiast's point of view - still hoping that the upcoming higher spec AMD Navi cards (those that will sit above the 5700XT) will shake up the high end of the GPU market in the not too distant future.

    A Navi-based card capable of running most games in the 4k 60hz ballpark and undercutting the stupid RTX 2080ti pricing by some margin is what the market is crying out for.

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    Re: Nvidia beats analyst expectations for graphics and AI chip sales

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoonigan View Post
    I think I can still count them on one hand, a year later.
    Having subbed to the Nvidia YT channel at some point, for some reason, my inbox is forever telling me about new videos with this game or that game now in RTX.
    There's been a good dozen or so in just the last couple of months.
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    Re: Nvidia beats analyst expectations for graphics and AI chip sales

    Let's just say it's 25-30 games (I might be being generous). Until it's both ubiquitous in games and runs without massive performance hits (or at least can run AA titles in 1440p with higher than 60 fps consistently, with an average, ideally, of 100fps) I'm just not interested

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    Re: Nvidia beats analyst expectations for graphics and AI chip sales

    Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
    Until it's both ubiquitous in games
    Would you be interested if it was mendacious?
    What about if it was polyglottal... with a couple of donkey balls?

    TBH, it's only gonna be sufficiently new games that have it anyway, right? Older games won't be able to benefit from it, in the same way they can't make use of VR....
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    Re: Nvidia beats analyst expectations for graphics and AI chip sales

    Hope AMD will share a bigger part of the gaming earnings with Nvidia till the end of the year. In this case they will have enough cash to create something like 2080ti without raytracing but with adequate pricing:

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