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2 minutes ago, BootyDustBandit said:

huh....cool...so what is ray tracing looking like outside of the gaming community now?....as ar as an actual application for it goes.

I was a freelance 3D designer that worked in the trade show industry. I retired in April of this year.

 

I designed trade show booths. Google trade show booths images and you will find that 50% of the images are 3D images.

People/companies like to see what they are getting in a $2,000.00 to 250,000.00 rental/purchase before it is built so 3d renderings is the way to go.

It is a good business to get into for a freelancer because small trade show companies don't have the work or budget for a full time 3d artist. 

 

Most trades show booths are made from modular display systems that you can get the specs for online.

It is not hard compared to 3D gaming design & is more like playing with logo.

The other freelancers I worked with did designs for small manufacturing companies & custom furniture companies.

 

The downside is that like the gaming industry it is show business and that means tight deadlines. Missing a deadline usually means losing a customer.

The only thing I was really good at was getting things done on time.       

Okay so I was looking through PCPartPicker and I accidentally clicked the price button twice and I noticed something strange, a card worth about 7000 dollars that said RTX on it. So...what in the world is it? Nobody has actual performance on it yet and I have checked and snifed around a bit and all I can really find is Nvidia saying that it exists. So...what even is it?
here is nvidias link to it- https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro/rtx-6000/

 

Edit: I also found out there is more than one in a 4000 and 5000 version
4000- https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro/rtx-4000/
5000-https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro/rtx-5000/
there is also an 8000 that I can't seem to get a link for so here is this-https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro-desktop-gpus/
and their product comparison sheet between the different Quadro GPU's (though I doubt an of this information is biased in the slightest)-https://www.nvidia.com/content/dam/en-zz/Solutions/design-visualization/documents/quadro-pro-graphics-rtx-linecard-us-r5-hr.pdf

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Quadro's are for professional rendering. Nobody has actual performance because they are not for us normal consumers.

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1 minute ago, CTR640 said:

Quadro's are for professional rendering. Nobody has actual performance because they are not for us normal consumers.

that doesn't seem to stop linus

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3 minutes ago, BootyDustBandit said:

that doesn't seem to stop linus

But Linus his job is to get as many views as possible! And also creating moar baits for us fishes.

 

But in all seriousness, Quadro are not for normal consumers like us, Quadro's are not for gaming as the Quadro misses the game features where as the GTX misses a lot of the Quadro features. The hardware may look the same but the features on the other hand are totally different.

 

Which moronic gamer wants to pay 6 grands and above for a Quadro so he/she can game on it??

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1 minute ago, CTR640 said:

But Linus his job is to get as many views as possible! And also creating moar baits for us fishes.

 

But in all seriousness, so, Quadro are not for normal consumers like us, Quadro's are not for gaming as the Quadro misses the game features where as the GTX misses a lot of the Quadro features. The hardware may look the same but the features on the other hand are totally different.

i'm aware it isn't for the avergae consumer, but I am still interested In it and just made a simple discussion thread to learn more about it than Nvidia offers (which again is tooootally not biased in any way whatsoever)

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You can ask Linus to bechmark them or buy one and test it yourself.

Quadro's are not appealing.

 

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NVIDIA® Quadro RTX 6000, powered by the NVIDIA Turing architecture and the NVIDIA RTX platform, brings the most significant advancement in computer graphics in over a decade to professional workflows. Designers and artists can now wield the power of hardware-accelerated ray tracing, deep learning, and advanced shading to dramatically boost productivity and create amazing content faster than ever before.

 

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1 minute ago, CTR640 said:

You can ask Linus to bechmark them or buy one and test it yourself.

Quadro's are not appealing.

 

 

I would imagine he is already trying to get one from Nvidia

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These cards are what RTX is really all about. 

Before them there was no way to preview a ray trace animation. You could be hundreds of frames into an animation & get issues so you have to decide whether you fix the frames in Photoshop or restart. Both solutions are bad. If you fix the frames you could have the same issues further into the animation & if you fix the problem with the scene, your fix could introduce more issues. 

Years ago my hobby was 3D ray traced animation. I found it so frustrating that I quit.  These cards would take out 90% of the frustration.

 

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1 minute ago, jones177 said:

These cards are what RTX is really all about. 

Before them there was no way to preview a ray trace animation. You could be hundreds of frames into an animation & get issues so you have to decide whether you fix the frames in Photoshop or restart. Both solutions are bad. If you fix the frames you could have the same issues further into the animation & if you fix the problem with the scene, your fix could introduce more issues. 

Years ago my hobby was 3D ray traced animation. I found it so frustrating that I quit.  These cards would take out 90% of the frustration.

 

oh cool...so what is the main difference between all these different cards other than power?

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34 minutes ago, CTR640 said:

Quadro's are for professional rendering. Nobody has actual performance because they are not for us normal consumers.

40 minutes ago, BootyDustBandit said:

Okay so I was looking through PCPartPicker and I accidentally clicked the price button twice and I noticed something strange, a card worth about 7000 dollars that said RTX on it. So...what in the world is it? Nobody has actual performance on it yet and I have checked and snifed around a bit and all I can really find is Nvidia saying that it exists. So...what even is it?
here is nvidias link to it- https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro/rtx-6000/

 

Edit: I also found out there is more than one in a 4000 and 5000 version
4000- https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro/rtx-4000/
5000-https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro/rtx-5000/
there is also an 8000 that I can't seem to get a link for so here is this-https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-visualization/quadro-desktop-gpus/
and their product comparison sheet between the different Quadro GPU's (though I doubt an of this information is biased in the slightest)-https://www.nvidia.com/content/dam/en-zz/Solutions/design-visualization/documents/quadro-pro-graphics-rtx-linecard-us-r5-hr.pdf

Yes, and the reason why they are soo expensive is because they have more VRAM memory.  THe 8 thousand dollar card is not faster then the 2080 RTX.  If you look at the 2k card the 4k card or 8k card they all have different ammounts of memory.  The latter "cheaper ones" have like 24GB of memory the 8k card has 48GB of VRAM.  This is the reason why their price is soo high.  Also the cards meet the standards of all OpenGL has to offer.  Hope this sheds some light on yall.  :)

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Just now, BootyDustBandit said:

oh cool...so what is the main difference between all these different cards other than power?

As far as I know it is power & vram.

 

The Quadro card I used(2013 Quadro 4000) also had 64x anti aliasing in OpenGl. GTX cards have 16x anti aliasing in openGl. 

 

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2 minutes ago, jones177 said:

As far as I know it is power & vram.

 

The Quadro card I used(2013 Quadro 4000) also had 64x anti aliasing in OpenGl. GTX cards have 16x anti aliasing in openGl. 

 

huh....cool...so what is ray tracing looking like outside of the gaming community now?....as ar as an actual application for it goes.

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24 minutes ago, BootyDustBandit said:

oh cool...so what is the main difference between all these different cards other than power?

Their drivers are certified and have some extra features/technologies.

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2 minutes ago, BootyDustBandit said:

huh....cool...so what is ray tracing looking like outside of the gaming community now?....as ar as an actual application for it goes.

Ray Tracing is used on movies, animations, digital drawing and many other visual production.

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2 minutes ago, BootyDustBandit said:

huh....cool...so what is ray tracing looking like outside of the gaming community now?....as ar as an actual application for it goes.

I was a freelance 3D designer that worked in the trade show industry. I retired in April of this year.

 

I designed trade show booths. Google trade show booths images and you will find that 50% of the images are 3D images.

People/companies like to see what they are getting in a $2,000.00 to 250,000.00 rental/purchase before it is built so 3d renderings is the way to go.

It is a good business to get into for a freelancer because small trade show companies don't have the work or budget for a full time 3d artist. 

 

Most trades show booths are made from modular display systems that you can get the specs for online.

It is not hard compared to 3D gaming design & is more like playing with logo.

The other freelancers I worked with did designs for small manufacturing companies & custom furniture companies.

 

The downside is that like the gaming industry it is show business and that means tight deadlines. Missing a deadline usually means losing a customer.

The only thing I was really good at was getting things done on time.       

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