Research Report: The New Turing Architecture and RTX Graphics Cards
Turing is the latest graphical processing unit (GPU) architecture from NVIDIA, and it underpins the new RTX graphics cards. RTX is shorthand for real-time ray tracing, which is one of the biggest advantages of the Turing architecture. Ray tracing is a rendering technique that’s visually superior to traditional rasterization methods, but it comes with a huge computational cost, and until now, it was too slow for use in real time. Today, with Turing, real-time ray tracing is a reality.
In this research report, we’ll examine the new Turing architecture and how its RT Cores enable real-time ray tracing. We’ll discuss the enhancements to Turing’s Streaming Multiprocessors, Tensor Cores, memory, I/O and more. We’ll also introduce the new Turing-based RTX graphics cards, from the consumer GeForce RTX series to the professional Quadro RTX lineup and latest Titan and Tesla cards.
Finally, we’ll delve into how professional users in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC); media and entertainment (M&E); and manufacturing can benefit from the new RTX cards.
In this research report, you’ll learn:
The advantages of interactive, physically based rendering.
How these GPUs can accelerate the development of virtual reality and real-time simulation workflows.
The role these GPUs can play in artificial intelligence.
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