Nvidia Recently said It is working with MediaTek to introduce RTX graphics to ARM-based notebooks, and now it has shown what it looks like to gamers. At the Game Developers Conference (GDC), Unveil Technical demonstration of MediaTek ARM processor running RTX driver Wehrmacht: Young Blood.
For the first time, NVIDIA demonstrated real-time ray tracing reflections and DLSS in a game using an ARM-based platform.It also shows a file called Bistro (Lumberyard game engine from Amazon) Run real-time ray tracing on ARM, and enable RTX direct lighting (RTXDI) and NVIDIA Optix AI accelerated noise reduction (NRD) functions. The demonstration runs on a MediaTek Kompanio 1200 ARM-based platform and GeForce RTX 3060 GPU.
NVIDIA makes this technology work by porting multiple RTX SDKs to ARM devices. These include Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) for clarity, RTX direct lighting, NVIDIA Optix AI accelerated denoiser, RTX memory utility (RTXMU), and RTX global illumination. NVIDIA said that RTXDI, NRD and RTXMU SDKs for ARM and Linux are now available to developers, and RTXGI and DLSS will be launched soon.
Of course, you won’t see any of these until the manufacturer adds RTX hardware to their ARM-based laptops, Chromebooks, or other devices. Game makers also need to implement this technology for ARM-based games.However, both sides Wehrmacht: Young Blood Developers and game engine companies seem to be bullish.
“The RTX support for ARM and Linux provides new opportunities for game developers to provide a more immersive experience on a wider range of platforms,” said Mathieu Muller, Unity’s senior technical product manager. Jim Kjellin, CTO of Machinegames, added: “Running iD Tech-based games on ARM CPUs with ray tracing enabled is an important step in this journey and it will lead to more gaming platforms available to all game developers.
Of course, the relationship between NVIDIA and ARM will become closer Bought the company Last year it was 40 billion U.S. dollars.However, this transaction is subject to regulatory approval, and NVIDIA’s competitor (and ARM customer) Qualcomm has already Oppose To the transaction.Most importantly, ARM has 3,000 employees in the UK, and the country’s regulator is currently survey Discounted.
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