Nvidia's Racer RTX will be available as a playable tech demo

This demo will only be available to play on RTX 40 series GPUs

Nvidia's Racer RTX will be available as a playable tech demo

Racer RTX will be available to download this November

Yesterday, as part of their RTX 40 series reveal, Nvidia showcased Racer RTX, a tech demo that was built using Nvidia Omniverse that was powered by the company's new RTX 4090 graphics card.

What's impressive about Racer RTX is that it features fully path-traced visuals and accurate physics simulations, delivering some of the most realistically rendered real-time RC cars. Nvidia has confirmed that their Racer RTX demo will be available to download this November, and that this demo is designed to be used with the company's RTX 40 series graphics cards. Developers will be able to explore and tweak this Nvidia Omniverse project, and gamers will be able to interact with the simulation's physically modelled objects. 

   Racer RTX showcases the latest NVIDIA technologies including real time ray tracing, DLSS 3, and PhysX. Available as a playable tech demo for GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs this November, Racer RTX is an interactive physics-accurate simulation featuring the most realistically rendered RC cars ever.

Racer RTX is designed to run at 60 FPS at 4K thanks to the power of Nvidia's RTX 40 series graphics cards. This demo utilises DLSS 3.0 (with Frame Generation), and full ray tracing.

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21-09-2022, 20:59:30

AngryGoldfish
It's very clever what Nvidia are doing. 30-something year-olds grew up playing with remote control cars just like these (I had the one in the picture), and we're the ones most likely to be able to afford a gross 4090.Quote

21-09-2022, 21:14:21

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
It's very clever what Nvidia are doing. 30-something year-olds grew up playing with remote control cars just like these (I had the one in the picture), and we're the ones most likely to be able to afford a gross 4090.

Yep had a remote control car when I was a kid like these when they were all the rage in the late 90's, And I could realistically afford a 4090 but on principle I decline, Jensen can go get ravished by a wild Himalayan yak.Quote

21-09-2022, 21:47:46

66racer
Reminds me of the old PC game "Radio Control Racers" lol I was a kid with a hobby grade 1/10th scale in the 90s and loved that game despite it being so simple. Man, kinda makes me want to play it right now lolQuote

22-09-2022, 11:52:06

VladyCzech
I was saving money for upgrade to RTX 4080 this year, but after seeing two different versions of 4080 and prices, I decided not to upgrade this year and will wait one or two years to upgrade, as I do not see the benefits of upgrading from RTX 3080. I do not really care for DLSS 3 as my FPS with DLSS 2/AMD FRS 2.0 are great already. I really do not have the need for 120+ FPS.

Last 4 years I was enthusiast nVidia GPU buyer, I can see the technology upgrade costs and performance boost, I was willing to spend something extra for RTX 4080 16GB, but what is too much is too much. There is certain limit that enthusiast are willing to pay to be early adopters of the new tech and when to stop buying to give the company much needed feedback.

I think this year and next year will not be too kind for nVidia sales as many people will just save money and either stick with current GPU or upgrade to RTX 30X0 for great price/value. The market is already flooded with used RTX 30X0.Quote

22-09-2022, 12:40:53

AlienALX
Revolt, N64.Quote
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