Got a brand-new Nvidia RTX graphics card for Christmas? Lucky you. However, if you simply plug the graphics card into your motherboard and start playing through your Steam library you’ll almost certainly be wasting the huge ray tracing potential the card has to offer.
Whether you’re unsure about what ray tracing is, or if you just need help getting it up and running, we have all the answers below.
What is ray tracing?
Ray tracing is a rendering technique that creates more realistic light effects. By using ray tracing tech to simulate the physical behaviour of light, you’ll see it bounce off objects in the virtual world just as it would in reality.
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