AMD introduced the new Ruby tech demo, which will be released with the Radeon HD 4000 series. The worth seeing graphics was calculated with two RV770 cards. Will games reach a new level of realism?
After Nvidia released the GT200
yesterday, AMD took the chance to advertise for their next graphics card generation. Thus AMD introduced the Cinema 2.0.
The Cinema 2.0
is based on the Teraflop performance of the RV700
chip. For the presentation AMD used two of those cards, which supposedly were running in Crossfire mode, a Phenom X4 processor (X4 9850) and a 790 FX chipset.
The short sequence from the Ruby
tech demo can be found below and we also made screenshots. The tech demo shows several effects, like depth and motion blur. AMD believes, that such sequences could be integrated into games in real-time.
We thank the team of fudzilla.com
for directing our attention to the tech demo.