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Can the quadro do ray tracing?

Galion
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I know my cousin uses quadro to do his animation work but can it do what the rtx 2080ti do? 

Can it game too? 

Like the rtx, or is it only for pixel calculations and 3d projects? 

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6 minutes ago, Galion said:

I know my cousin uses quadro to do his animation work but can it do what the rtx 2080ti do? 

Can it game too? 

Like the rtx, or is it only for pixel calculations and 3d projects? 

what do you mean ?
Ray tracing in renders ?
or just gaming ?

and.. witch quaddro ?

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It can do raytracing/pathtracing, but it is much slower than the new cards due to how the new Turing cards have dedicated hardware. 

 

Regular graphics card like pascal and polaris (this includes the quadrocards) can do raytracing, but they bruteforce it through compute. Unlike Turing in the RTx 2080ti that uses dedicated hardware to do raytracing in conjuction with regular compute to do realtime raytracing.

 

 

RTX is at this point the only cards that can properly game while raytracing.

 

Other cards are for rendering only, with a couple of exceptions

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11 minutes ago, Galion said:

I know my cousin uses quadro to do his animation work but can it do what the rtx 2080ti do? 

Can it game too? 

Like the rtx, or is it only for pixel calculations and 3d projects? 

The Quadro RTX models do ray tracing, all others don't. Yes, they can game.

 

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8 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

RTX is at this point the only cards that can properly game while raytracing.

wouldn't call it properly, but yes

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18 minutes ago, Sauron said:

wouldn't call it properly, but yes

i wanted to say "raytracing", but in reality it is a mix of raytracing and rastrization. 

 

there are demoes of real-time pathtracing. it requires a lot of horsepower(dont remember exactly, think it was a pair of 1080tis) for roughly 2 fps, but software engineers say they can up that to around 8fps. not terrible considering Pascal isnt the best for compute.

 

 

not that this at any rate translates to gaming with realtime-raytracing

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24 minutes ago, NelizMastr said:

The Quadro RTX models do ray tracing, all others don't. Yes, they can game.

 

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15 minutes ago, Sauron said:

wouldn't call it properly, but yes

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23 minutes ago, Galion said:

Quadro P4000

>.<

No ray tracing on Pascal. Too old. Gaming wise, it's roughly a GTX1060 6GB.

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