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  1. If I set the poll up correctly then it will be ending tonight (about 6 and 1/2 hours). There's still time to vote if you did not.
  2. I prefer "0 A.D ON" . No, really guys, please don't turn this into an RTX joke thread. There are places for that kind of stuff.
  3. Hey, I heard from 1 of the people that do HW reviews that AMD was considering implementing their very own Ray Tracing eXtensions and looking at what people think of RTX. I got 5 votes in 23 hours at LQ :( so I'm trying to reach a larger audience by posting here. Please vote only on 1 site. If the RTX GPU has Linux support and some games to play would you purchase a GPU with RTX or RTX like HW? Bear in mind that AFAIK current Nvidia GPU's do RTX by partially ray tracing the scene (shadows only), at a low resolution. Then use an AI to fill in the missing shadow pixels and finally use the AI (through DLSS), to blow the image way up to 1080p at an astounding ~30fps (in Shadow if the Tomb Raider) !!! Other (FLOSS) implementations appear to have better performance! http://brechpunkt.de/q2vkpt/ My intention is to give AMD some idea of what you guys think. Some people who have replied thus far think RTX is marketing jargon and/or that this poll is intended to force a technology upon companies. RTX is not jargon, it is a large portion of current Nvidia GPU's die space. You pay for it. As for forcing, that was *never* my intention. With AMD about ~1 month ago getting freesync support merged into their driver (leaving the only major thing left being Radeon Chill AFAIK), now is a time when we are considered relevant, at least by one company and have the chance to be included in the conversation! I'm assuming that if you don't know what RTX is that you want to do your own independent research, but for the lazy here are 2 excellent talks on the matter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrF4k6wJ-do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CT2o_FpNM4g Feel free to comment also! Note to voters: Most of the answers that are "no..." become "yes..." if/when Nvidia and AMD do fix the stated problem. And I have listed the common ones.
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