- Feb 8, 2005
- 1,675 (0.36/day)
- Minneapolis, Mn
|Motherboard||macbook prp retina|
|Cooling||Alphacool NexXxoS Monsta (240mm x 120mm x 80mm)|
|Video Card(s)||Zotac Arctic Storm Nvidia 980ti|
|Display(s)||1x Acer XB270HU, 1x Catleap, 1x Oculus|
My friend's dad who works for AMD told me on the phone last night that the basic components used to play the Cinema 2.0 demo was the V5700 on a 9950 BE Phenom with 4GB of DDR2 RAM, no OC was in the process. I see a more compatible approach compared to enough computer workstation power to overclock a space station...
I guess that makes since, it was a tech demo so it would make since that they used 2 workstation cards vs. a Hd series card.
Another thing to consider BEFORE talking about the hardware used is that this demo was at 1920x1200 while the other one was on 720p. And forget about resolution scalability of raster renderers, ray-tracing is 100% dependant on resolution. You can't compare both demos because they are very different, and both are as impressive. In a manner, this one is even more impressive, as I remember reading that Ati couldn't achieve such high resolutions no matter how much hardware they used.