Analyzing the most compelling technologies from a variety of different companies, we asked which technologies are the most relevant in the world of 3D graphics.
For example, if a company like Pixar wants to get into VR, would they be better off building an entirely new engine or doing an old-school version of a tech like 3D Max?
In our latest article, we looked at the performance and design of the most popular 3D rendering tools to see which is the fastest, which is most accurate and which is generally the most powerful.
We also looked at a variety, including Nvidia’s Kepler and AMD’s Vega, and which companies have the most impressive new technologies.
Here are the top 10 technologies we examined in our latest issue:1.
GeForce 6xx series GPUsThe GeForce 6 series GPU is the one to beat.
This GPU is capable of running at higher resolutions and with higher pixel densities than any other GPU in the market, and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan is the only GPU in this category to achieve over 1 billion polygons per second.
Nvidia’s Quadro line has a similar performance profile, but it’s not quite as powerful, with 1.4 billion polygrees per second, while the GeForce GTX 1060 is a bit more powerful.
Nvidia has also made a new line of Maxwell-based GPUs that can reach over 2 billion polygers per second thanks to their Maxwell architecture.2.
NVIDIA Pascal GPUsThe Pascal architecture is Nvidia’s new generation of graphics cards, introduced in 2018.
The Pascal GPUs are essentially the Pascal GPUs that were launched alongside the GTX 1080.
The GeForce GTX 1080 was the first Pascal GPU that could run at 4K at a 60Hz refresh rate and the GeForce Titan was the most successful Pascal GPU, hitting over 3.6 billion polygres per second on our benchmark test.
NVIDIA’s Pascal GPUs have a large GPU core, which means that the GPU can use up to 6GB of GDDR5X memory and run at up to 2560×1600.
NVIDIA has also introduced a new Pascal GPU based on the GP104 architecture.3.
AMD Radeon GPUsThe Radeon RX Vega series is AMD’s latest high-end GPU.
This is the highest performance RX Vega graphics card, with a GPU clock speed of 1,250MHz, which equates to 1,000,000 more compute units than the RX 470.
The RX Vega cards have also had more power efficiency than their older sibling, and their higher clock speeds make them a great candidate for 3D gaming.
Nvidia is also releasing a new RX Vega GPU based around its new GP102 architecture, which gives it a larger GPU core.4.
Nvidia Pascal GPUsWith GeForce GTX 1070 and GTX 1080, Nvidia has launched the highest-performance GPUs of the Pascal era, with the GP102 GP104.
The GP104 GPU is based on Pascal architecture, and it has a GPU core of 1.5 billion transistors.
Nvidia says that this GPU will hit 3.3 billion transverses per second with up to 12GB of VRAM.5.
NVIDIA Maxwell GPUsThe Maxwell GPUs are the next generation of Maxwell GPUs, which are based on a slightly different architecture, the GP100.
The Maxwell architecture is based around the GP108 chip, which has a clock speed that’s 1,400MHz.
Maxwell GPUs feature up to 8GB of memory and have up to 2860 cores.
Nvidia also launched a new GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU with the new GP104 design.6.
AMD Vega GPUsThe Vega GPUs are based around a slightly newer design, the new GK110 GPU, which uses the GP106 chip.
Vega GPUs have up 3.8 billion transponders per pixel and up to 3.7 billion transverse polygons.
The new GPU has a theoretical clock speed over 1.6GHz.7.
Nvidia GeForce GPUsThe Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 is the latest graphics card from Nvidia.
This card is capable the graphics processing power needed to run a VR game at the highest frame rates.
It’s also capable of producing smooth gameplay at higher frame rates than the GTX Titan, which can reach 30fps on our GeForce GTX 770 benchmark.
Nvidia does not currently offer a 3-way SLI card for the GTX 570, so we have to rely on a friend’s 3-person setup for this test.
The GTX 570 has a massive 5.7TB of VR memory, which works out to 5.9GB/second.8.
AMD GP104 GPUsThe GP104 is Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang’s flagship graphics card.
This graphics card is the first GPU to deliver more transistors per pixel than the GeForce 1060.
The chip features the GP112 GPU architecture and the GP110 GPU architecture, but the GP120 GPU architecture is currently not available for use with GPUs like the GTX 1070.
It will be interesting to see how this chip performs with the AMD Polaris architecture.9.