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RTX Finally Has a Reason to Exist: Minecraft!

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was really looking forward to putting my titan to good use for RTX in minecraft. Needless to say, this is extremely disappointing.


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Oh nice... another game my PC can't run. :(


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That intro, glad it got used :D

 

 


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Minecraft finally has a reason to exist: Justifying the cost of RTX graphics cards!


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love that new intro


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I don't get why they did this for Minecraft Bedrock edition and not Java Edition. The Java Edition is far more popular, has been around for much longer, has tons of maps, texture-packs, and mods, and is (in my opinion) the superior form of Minecraft. But it doesn't really matter for me anyway since I'm not likely to get an RTX graphics card any time in the next 8 years or so. 🙄


What is actually supposed to go here? Some people put their specs, others put random comments or remarks about themselves or others, and there are a few who put cryptic statements.

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Just now, Computernaut said:

I don't get why they did this for Minecraft Bedrock edition and not Java Edition. The Java Edition is far more popular, has been around for much longer, has tons of maps, texture-packs, and mods, and is (in my opinion) the superior form of Minecraft. But it doesn't really matter for me anyway since I'm not likely to get an RTX graphics card any time in the next 8 years or so. 🙄

I would guess it's got something to do with optimization. Java is not known to be the most performant language to do any heavy calculations so that might just be it.

 

I actually tried out the Minecraft RTX beta before seeing this video and... wow, just wow. It might just be what this game needed :D I don't care if the fps is now somewhere between 50-60 instead of 180-200 as long as I can see all these lovely light effects!

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🤷‍♂️ Meh, the game still looks like it belongs on the Nintendo 64, although I can say that it would at least be one the best looking game ever released during that era. The Cambrian age style visuals always turned me off from giving it any of my attention. Now if they were to make a sequel, or even a remake for the next generation consoles with perhaps more photo realistic graphics with ray tracing, to make it look like a game that actually belongs in the modern era, I'm sure it would be a sight to behold. 👍👍


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1 minute ago, Stekary said:

How can i enable RTX? I have a 2060.

ok so you go to microsoft store. install xbox insider hub. Hit the join button, go to minecraft in the menu button and choose the rtx option when you click on it. It should auto install the rtx update. Then onec installed launch minecraft windows 10. Go to the store and find the rtx pack install them and enjoy!


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So I know this is super anecdotal, but with my GTX 970 and my fx8320, when running minecraft java edition in fullscreen mode (1280*1024) and using SEUS PTGI v12, I get about ~15 to 30 fps, and thats with all the ptgi settings cranked to max. So seeing an official RTX card go as low as 30 on an officially supported pack is a bit worrying. I'd love to see a comparison in FPS between the official RTX and the SEUS PTGI stuff on real RTX cards though.

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plz keep the intro, its fantastic.


 

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2 hours ago, Gradient Machina said:

So I know this is super anecdotal, but with my GTX 970 and my fx8320, when running minecraft java edition in fullscreen mode (1280*1024) and using SEUS PTGI v12, I get about ~15 to 30 fps, and thats with all the ptgi settings cranked to max. So seeing an official RTX card go as low as 30 on an officially supported pack is a bit worrying. I'd love to see a comparison in FPS between the official RTX and the SEUS PTGI stuff on real RTX cards though.

hmm that would be interesting. I get around 40-50 fps with my current specs. RTX 2060 and 1700x


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3 hours ago, eGetin said:

I would guess it's got something to do with optimization. Java is not known to be the most performant language to do any heavy calculations so that might just be it.

 

Thats saying it very, very, very, very, very, very, extremely kind about java :D


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Very useless since it’s on the windows 10 version. Next gen consoles might make good use of it however.

6 hours ago, Computernaut said:

I don't get why they did this for Minecraft Bedrock edition and not Java Edition. The Java Edition is far more popular, has been around for much longer, has tons of maps, texture-packs, and mods, and is (in my opinion) the superior form of Minecraft. But it doesn't really matter for me anyway since I'm not likely to get an RTX graphics card any time in the next 8 years or so. 🙄

 

6 hours ago, eGetin said:

I would guess it's got something to do with optimization. Java is not known to be the most performant language to do any heavy calculations so that might just be it.

 

I actually tried out the Minecraft RTX beta before seeing this video and... wow, just wow. It might just be what this game needed :D I don't care if the fps is now somewhere between 50-60 instead of 180-200 as long as I can see all these lovely light effects!

Java’s API can’t call Nvidia’s RT cores. Mojang however did mention that this whole update was inspired by Java’s lightning mods such as SEUS.  Check nvidia’s site for tools to convert java maps in bedrock ones.


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On the topic of Bedrock or Java for the LTT MC server. You can have both! There is a proxy plugin (has standalone version as well) for Java edition. It is called GeyserMC. Essentially what it does is translates the Java server and mirrors it on a different port so that any Bedrock client can join. I've just put it on my server and in conjunction with the Floodgate plugin (which allows Bedrock accounts to be authenticated on a Java server), it works quite well! It is still under heavy development so there are some glitches with Bedrock player movement and particles and things. However other than that it works way smoother than you would think!
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IMO, from the video, I barely noticed any real difference... It was obvious when indoors, but they spent waaay too much time outside during the day time where everything is bright anyway.

The shader mods for the java version looked more impressive to me.


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please don't advertise mc.ltt.gg when that website is not even working/loading...... fix your stuff asap please

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Please someone tell me how they did a DLSS bench on a 1080p résolution with a 2080 super

I need to understand and if it's playable

 

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