NVIDIA unveiled its RTX series of graphics cards in the month of September, 2018, which featured Ray Tracing – a feature that boosts the realism of shadows, lighting and other visual effects in real time. While the resource-consuming feature was an RTX series exclusive at launch, NVIDIA has now released a new driver for GTX Graphics Cards. The driver provides Ray Tracing effects to be activated for respective cards, enabling GTX 10 and 16 series users to experience real-time ray tracing for select games on their setups.Which Games Support Ray Tracing In GTX Cards?
GTX series users can test out the feature in only select games for now, which include Battlefield 5, [...]
It’s close to four years now that graphics chips for our favourite video cards have been manufactured using 28nm process. Back in the day when TSMC moved up from the 40nm process directly to the 28nm process node capable of fitting billions more transistors into their GPUs it marked a monumental leap for the gaming industry.
This leap was what lead to the Xbox One, and PS4 coming to reality, the reason that gave Nvidia and ATI the power to equip us with the hardware to achieve what then was the dream of 1080p/1440p at 60+ frames with a single card. Fast forward to 2016, and thanks largely to the Taiwanese chip maker, TSMC, the industry has been stuck in a limbo [...]