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NVIDIA Marbles RTX

Postby FlyingPenguin » Mon May 18, 2020 12:59 pm

Hoe..ley... CRAP! Maybe we will be living in the Matrix soon...

Marbles was created by a distributed team of artists and engineers in Omniverse, assembling VFX+ quality assets into a fully physically simulated game level. There was no sacrifice to quality and fidelity that typically results from "gamifying" art assets to run in real-time. Marbles runs on a single Quadro RTX 8000 simulating complex physics in a real-time ray traced world.


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Re: NVIDIA Marbles RTX

Postby Losbot » Mon May 18, 2020 2:49 pm

That looks freakin' amazing!!
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Re: NVIDIA Marbles RTX

Postby Pugsley » Mon May 18, 2020 5:56 pm

Marble Madness 2020?

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Re: NVIDIA Marbles RTX

Postby Err » Fri May 22, 2020 8:34 am

That looks great. I'd like to see this as a real game similar to Mario Maker where you have the developer levels and then have the ability to make your own levels and upload them to a server.

I'm hoping the new Ampere cards offer a significant increase over my GTX1080. Now that I have a 4K monitor, I need a bit more power.

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Re: NVIDIA Marbles RTX

Postby FlyingPenguin » Fri May 22, 2020 10:55 am

Same boat as you. Still on a GTX 1080, which does a good job in most gsmes, but with the ultra wide monitor it could use a bit more oomph.

Didn't want to waste money on the rather disappointing 2080.
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Re: NVIDIA Marbles RTX

Postby Nuby1Canuby » Sat Jun 20, 2020 3:58 pm

FlyingPenguin wrote:Same boat as you. Still on a GTX 1080, which does a good job in most gsmes, but with the ultra wide monitor it could use a bit more oomph.

Didn't want to waste money on the rather disappointing 2080.



The 2070 Super is probably the best bang for the buck in the higher-end segment. The 2080 is overpriced for the extra 8% performance but its 40% performance increase over the 1080 is nothing to sneeze at.

I think the next generation of cards is supposed to come out in a few months so hopefully the mid range prices will get more reasonable.

Here's relative performance at 2160P compared to a 2070 super:
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Here's relative performance at 1440P compared to a 5600 XT:
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