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Gaming Community / Re: Video Game Sales Thread
Last post by Dr. Pezus - Today at 04:01 PM
Waiting is for losers!
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Gaming Community / Re: Video Game Sales Thread
Last post by Cute Pikachu - Today at 03:08 PM
Give me Smash Bros numbers please.
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Hmm. What's the difference between arcade and elite? Hard Drive and general things or is it actually beefed up like the Xbox One X?
From what I vaguely remember, there will actually be a difference in processing power.
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Gaming Community / Re: Video Game Sales Thread
Last post by Xevross - Today at 12:55 PM
NPD data releases today. Let us hope that pork is swift and we get the numbers without having to wait too long!
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Gaming Community / Re: How much RAM will next gen...
Last post by Legend - Today at 03:02 AM
Well yeah I guess it is just more. But games can already do so much with 8GB.
How do 3D textures look different when playing a game, just better quality and it looks like they have a texture?
Full n*n*n 3D textures are used for volumetric effects and things like that. Other 3D textures save the lightfield so that it can be recreated in game. Here's an example from Fortnite and here's an old low res test I did using them:

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Well yeah I guess it is just more. But games can already do so much with 8GB.
Think about how much more you could do with 64 GB!!  
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Gaming Community / Re: How much RAM will next gen...
Last post by Xevross - Today at 02:12 AM
More AI, textures, NPCs, etc.  
Imagine being able to run enough data to run 8 instances of Vizioneck!
Well yeah I guess it is just more. But games can already do so much with 8GB.

3D textures.

A 1024*1024*1024 image buffer is around 4 gigabytes. A 2048*2048*2048 image buffer is around 34 gigabytes. If the memory is available and usable, these can be used for lots of things. Of course I primarily want them since they're pretty important for 4D games.
How do 3D textures look different when playing a game, just better quality and it looks like they have a texture?
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Gaming Community / Re: How much RAM will next gen...
Last post by Legend - Yesterday at 11:58 PM
Oh yeah? Like what?
3D textures.

A 1024*1024*1024 image buffer is around 4 gigabytes. A 2048*2048*2048 image buffer is around 34 gigabytes. If the memory is available and usable, these can be used for lots of things. Of course I primarily want them since they're pretty important for 4D games.
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Gaming Community / Re: How much RAM will next gen...
Last post by the-pi-guy - Yesterday at 11:37 PM
Oh yeah? Like what?
More AI, textures, NPCs, etc.  
Imagine being able to run enough data to run 8 instances of Vizioneck!
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Gaming Community / Re: How much RAM will next gen...
Last post by Xevross - Yesterday at 11:10 PM
Maybe I am biased, but there are so many things you could do with more RAM. I'd love 64 GB if it was possible.
Oh yeah? Like what?
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