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User Info: The Sock

The Sock
4 weeks ago#1
I figure ray tracing can be a lot more easily noticed while playing with a 4K monitor, because for the games that I try using it on with my current 1080P monitor, I really don't notice any difference between having it on or off.
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User Info: Voxwik

Voxwik
4 weeks ago#2
I'm failing to understand what resolution has to do with the way lighting is handled.
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User Info: steve_madsci

steve_madsci
4 weeks ago#3
Raytraced reflections are blatantly obvious since they're either on or off. I usually don't notice subtle differences in lighting or shadow anyway

User Info: JKatarn

JKatarn
4 weeks ago#4
Voxwik posted...
I'm failing to understand what resolution has to do with the way lighting is handled.

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User Info: NeoMasamune

NeoMasamune
4 weeks ago#5
Control looks night and day different with Ray Tracing on and off at 1080P.

What game are you testing TC?
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