At GDC 2021 today, Nvidia showed off a couple of ray tracing and DLSS demos that it ran on an ARM CPU paired with an RTX 3060. The first was a gaming demo while the second was a sample scene render.
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Nvidia is expected to launch the new RTX GPUs at CES 2021 in a couple of weeks. Ahead of the launch, Lenovo has listed the RTX 3050, 3050Ti and RTX 3060 on its website giving us a peek at the specs.
As part of its RTX 30 series GPU event, Nvidia also announced that Fortnite will be adding RTX support, along with DLSS and the new Nvidia Reflex SDK. It will get a new map to show off the visuals.
DLSS 2.0 uses TensorCores to run the deep learning network at 2X the speed of the original. Other key features include training for multiple games, increased upscaling, and better rendering.
RTXGI SDK v1.0 boasts key features including multi-bounce global illumination without bake times, optimized memory layouts, compute shaders, and support for multiple coordinate systems.
The graphics card maker has announced a refresh of its Turing-based RTX cards, unveiling the Super variants of the RTX 2060, 2070, and 2080, which are set to be available later this month.