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Old 04-25-06, 11:24 PM   #21
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Default Re: RealStorm Global Illumination Benchmark 2006

1959 Raymarks

This is a damn cool looking test. I cant wait till games can do this

EDIT: 1845 and 8.08 fps with DOF enabled

Dont forget to check out the other benchmarks too... hit the little button near the top right in the main menu. The house global illumination and ray tracing tests are awesome. I really hope some day we can buy cards that will do real time ray tracing and global illumination in hardware. These effects are probably the future of real time graphics, its just a matter of getting them to run at a useable speed. Hopefully something like this is next after the Ageia physics cards (long shot, i know)
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