Friday, June 28th 2019

NVIDIA to Offer "Super Fast. Supernatural" Bundle for RTX SUPER: Wolfenstein: Young Blood and Control

NVIDIA is reportedly going to introduce a new gaming bundle come the release of their new SUPER, Turing-refreshed graphics cards come July 2nd. The new bundle picks up RTX-enabled titles that were developed with NVIDIA's support, and will include access to MachineGames' Wolfenstein: Young Blood, as well as Remedy's Control.
The Supernatural part on the Bundle title makes sense; Wolfenstein is known for its supernatural-defying settings, while control is a game built entirely around that premise. These are two AAA, high-quality games that will serve to showcase NVIDIA's raytracing chops, due to Wolfenstein: young Blood's support for raytracing in some particular effects (unknown, at this time, if for Global Illumination like Metro: Exodus; Shadow rendering such as Shadow of the Tomb Raider; or reflections, such as Battlefield V. It will also support Adaptive Shading for increased performance.


Control, on the other hand, will make use of RTX's full suite of features, including ray traced shadows, ray traced reflections, and ray traced global illumination.

Source: Videocardz
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14 Comments on NVIDIA to Offer "Super Fast. Supernatural" Bundle for RTX SUPER: Wolfenstein: Young Blood and Control

#1
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
Wow, Control isn’t even available for sale until late August. That’s what I call a vaporware game bundle.
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moproblems99
rtwjunkie
Wow, Control isn’t even available for sale until late August. That’s what I call a vaporware game bundle.
Well, the deal super sucked with out the games so this at least makes it super silly.
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#3
Dimi
rtwjunkie
Wow, Control isn’t even available for sale until late August. That’s what I call a vaporware game bundle.
Didn't AMD release a bundle with 3 unreleased games with their Vega lineup?

The Division 2, DMC 5 & Resident Evil 2 if i'm not mistaken.
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#4
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
Dimi
Didn't AMD release a bundle with 3 unreleased games with their Vega lineup?

The Division 2, DMC 5 & Resident Evil 2 if i'm not mistaken.
I think your’e right. And all actually released, too!
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#5
Fluffmeister
Dimi
Didn't AMD release a bundle with 3 unreleased games with their Vega lineup?

The Division 2, DMC 5 & Resident Evil 2 if i'm not mistaken.
They did indeed, and after all the hype I already miss Vega.
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#6
wheresmycar
Am i the only one who cringes at Nvidias desperate "super" exploits. I wouldn't be surprised with AMD returning the favour with the anticipation of "super-value" price drops - lets just hope the "super" misuse is put aside for now unless cost/performance disparities are truly vast and not just small incrementally engaged gimmicks.

(i get it, the compo is rife - just would have preferred some better value-options)
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#7
Ravenmaster
Think i'll wait for the 3080Ti before i upgrade. I want my next GPU to have HDMI 2.1 and Displayport 2.0 as well as notable performance buffs
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#8
Tsukiyomi91
2 games that hasn't even being released until late summer-mid fall?? and I thought the RTX deal with 3 games was bad enough...
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#9
Pumper
Will be a good bundle if the keys won't be for Epic Store.
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#10
Fluffmeister
Ravenmaster
Think i'll wait for the 3080Ti before i upgrade. I want my next GPU to have HDMI 2.1 and Displayport 2.0 as well as notable performance buffs
I can envisage a Cyberpunk 2077 bundle coming next year too, now that would be sweet! :D
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#11
bug
Ravenmaster
Think i'll wait for the 3080Ti before i upgrade. I want my next GPU to have HDMI 2.1 and Displayport 2.0 as well as notable performance buffs
I'm pretty sure I'll be waiting a bit longer than 3080Ti for HDMI 2.1 and DP 2.0. It takes some time for these things to get written in silicon.
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#12
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
Pumper
Will be a good bundle if the keys won't be for Epic Store.
Control will be.
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#13
ProPain
rtwjunkie
Wow, Control isn’t even available for sale until late August. That’s what I call a vaporware game bundle.
Still better than AMD Navi 'RayTracing' for GAMES - PR "AMD VAPORWARE" for years .... starting in 2018 - pre Nvidia Geforce RTX Launch / after Vega20 release (AMD Radeon ProRender in March 2018 & Radeon Rays) - but NOT for any GAMES - no Microsoft DXR Support - NO DXR GCN & Navi Support .... NO RTRT (DXR & Vulkan) Gaming Features - to depend on AMD delayed developments ;( until late 2020 !

www.extremetech.com/gaming/280479-amd-will-answer-nvidias-ray-tracing-technology-eventually
www.dsogaming.com/videotrailer-news/amd-shows-how-you-can-add-real-time-ray-tracing-effects-with-radeon-prorender-and-radeon-rays/
gpuopen.com/announcing-real-time-ray-tracing/

NVIDIA's Turing has Volta's rapid pack math FP16/Int16/Int8 feature, hence matching VII's feature set. Integer workloads are processed on separate integer CUDA cores .... with Geforce RTX 2080 @ 2025 MHz has 12 TFLOPS FP32 and 12 TILOPS INT32. Turing Support full CONCURRENT EXECUTION of FP16/32 & INT16/32 instructions workloads at the same time = like Nvidia Volta 'Architecture' = Volta is capable of doing that and full precision on the same units at any time !

Nvidia is really pushing the tech with Volta & Turing in terms of efficiency and performance/IPC-functions.

AMD NAVI is just GCN (gfx10 evolution) with GDDR6. Expect 64 ROPS over 256 bit bus - just overpriced AMD Midrage without any RT in Hardware !

gfx9 = Vega family.

gfx8 = Polaris family
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#14
moproblems99
ProPain
just overpriced AMD Midrage without any RT in Hardware
Wake me when RTRT matters (and is more than 1.21 rays). Yawn!
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