Originally Posted by Exposed
I don't like that idea, I'd rather everything be in one card. That was tried already with Physx and that died quickly.
Less cards in my machine the better.
If anything, cram another dedicated chip onto the board itself. But wait, we already have that... RTX cores
Just gotta let technology run its course, eventually ray tracing will be standard and the hardware will be there to run it.
We didn't jump from the original Voodoo graphics to a Geforce 1 DDR in the same year after all.
if it worked with any GPU it wouldn't die like Physx
hell they could get 1k just for a RTX card that lasted a few gpu replacements
and it allows a much more powerful RTX card & video card and better cooling for both
proprietary is what kills it
Physx cards were going fine till NV bought it and made it NV only
and proprietary will kill NV's RTX also as soon as Intel & AMD have a open system of Ray Tracing and they will
just like freesync killed g-sync or is killing now
g-sync will be gone in 2 to 3 years