Cooperation with Intel and for all graphics cards
Wargaming has released a bit more information regarding future updates for World of Tanks, and it appears that the company is working on bringing Ray Tracing support to its new enCore engine which will bring additional eye-candy to the game.
Not Navi, with Polaris 570 and 580
We managed to get on top how AMD managed to gain market share in Q2 2019, and it was selling the old 570 and 580 with incredibly attractive and low pricing.
But will "be good" when it comes
In a recent interview, an executive producer at Machine Games has confirmed that Wolfenstein: Youngblood will not have RTX ray-tracing support at launch.
Including Cyberpunk 2077, Watch Dogs: Legion, COD: Modern Warfare, and more
Nvidia was quite keen to announce that some of the big AAA game titles like Cyberpunk 2070 and Watch Dogs: Legion will be ray traced with CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077 as one of the biggest names around.
A different angle look
The Navi paper-launched when I was still in sunny Tuscany taking a break from the tech, but here are some of the things that have caught my attention. No Ray tracing, no high end, and only performance/mainstream, not much benefit from 7nm, and nine months late to fight 2070 are just a part of it.
Ready for 5G
Imagination Technologies announced its PowerVR Ray Tracing technology for licensing, enabling state-of-the-art realistic image rendering using light-modelling techniques to be integrated into graphics processing units (GPUs) across mobile, automotive, server and other markets.
Professionals will be able to trace any rays they see
Intel's Xe discreet graphics cards are set to get ray tracing according to Intel's senior principal engineer and senior director of advanced rendering and visualisation.
Navi 20 ray tracing will be less of a resource hog than Nvidia's version
The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which claims that AMD’s Navi 20 will have ray tracing which will be much better than the Nvidia version.
Just in case you need your rays traced
The GPU maker named after a Roman vengeance demon, Nvidia, is to provide its latest ray-tracing tech to older GeForce GTX 10-series cards.