Do you like to hear about Ray-Tracing? Cool! It’s just that we’re going to hear a lot about technology in the coming months… After all, both AMD and NVIDIA are currently preparing to launch graphics cards with technology support! That finally seems to be ready to come out of the higher ranges, to get to the cheapest mid-range products.
AMD Radeon Navi 23: Ray Tracing in the mid range?
Therefore, AMD has confirmed in the past that the RDNA 2 architecture will bring Ray Tracing to the world of Radeon graphics cards. That said, the popular RoGame ‘leaker’ has just discovered a rather interesting new ID, which apparently percentagees to a new mid-range/mid-low-range graphics card based on the Navi 23 GPU. (‘GFX1032’)
However, we already know about the existence of Navi 21 and Navi 22 GPUs, which should bring the most powerful graphics cards of the next generation RDNA 2 to life. Therefore, it is very likely that this Navi 23 is a low-end or mid-range product that will apparently support Ray Tracing! Which is odd, since the RTX on NVIDIA’s weaker cards has always been a bit… Useless.
Is AMD’s implementation more powerful? We have to wait and see.
Besides, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
32-bit CPUs? 64-bit? For when the 128-bits?
As you may have known, a few months ago, Apple ‘killed’ support for all 32-bit apps on its popular iOS Operating System that brings its range of iPhone smartphones to life. A complicated decision, because several applications simply stopped working because they no longer have support from their developers.
But that’s the way life is, things have to evolve! Therefore, 32-bit CPUs had to make room for the latest and most robust 64-bit CPUs.
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