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Nvidia Iray VCA

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Nvidia just anounced the Iray VCA

A super computer for rendering with 8 GPUs

They can be stacked to combine performance 

The images look just as good as pictures

$50,000 for 60x better performance 

http://www.twitch.tv/nvidia

Amazing

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People moaning at the 'fps' during the stream just gave me a headace... I wish people would appreciate the amount of detail and all of the tasks it does at a time. I'm uneducated when it comes to that area and even I know that or I'm I wrong?

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People moaning at the 'fps' during the stream just gave me a headace... I wish people would appreciate the amount of detail and all of the tasks it does at a time. I'm uneducated when it comes to that area and even I know that or I'm I wrong?

You're completely right.

To get that as a picture would take 30min on a TITAN.

I needed for an HDR with a few million polys 1 hour to render on my GTX670 and they are doing it in realtime :/

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is that raytracing right? just slow and so 1980`s

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I think Linus has mentioned this before in that cloud and remote computing is the long-term future. 10-20 years from now, we might not even own our computers, we will simply just lease/rent them from the manufacturer and stream everything over the internet. This is still pretty cool though. The stackable arrays make it even more interesting for scalable applications

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You're completely right.

To get that as a picture would take 30min on a TITAN.

I needed for an HDR with a few million polys 1 hour to render on my GTX670 and they are doing it in realtime :/

Oh,I've rendered an animation with 100 frames in 16 hours with my 560. ;_;

Blender, 3000 samples, 1080p and about 1000 particles.

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I think Linus has mentioned this before in that cloud and remote computing is the long-term future. 10-20 years from now, we might not even own our computers, we will simply just lease/rent them from the manufacturer and stream everything over the internet. This is still pretty cool though. The stackable arrays make it even more interesting for scalable applications

That is grid, they mentioned that too

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I'd love to use this for CAD tasks

I don't think you would need this unless it's incredibly proffesional

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I don't think you would need this unless it's incredibly proffesional

It's lightyears ahead of the CPU-rendering I have to use

144Hz goodness

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