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    Your Pascal-based GeForce GTX GPU now runs ray tracing.

    NVIDIA announced last month that it was bringing ray tracing to GeForce GTX cards, and the manufacturer is now rolling out the feature in the latest Game Ready driver. The Pascal-based GeForce GTX 1060 6GB and above can now run ray tracing instructions on traditional shader cores, and while the performance isn't going to be on par with RTX cores — which have dedicated RT cores — it unlocks new functionality for NVIDIA's last-gen cards.
    As a refresher, here's the full list of GPUs that are picking up ray tracing today:

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    04-11-2019 08:11 AM

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