Smoke, mirrors, DLSS on Arm—is that even possible?

Few people love ray racing more than me. And now Nvidia has made it possible to see ray tracing in a fast action FPS on a low-power notebook, proving it isn’t the CPU that makes it work. At GDC, Nvidia showed Wolfenstein: Youngblood running with ray-traced reflections enabled and DLSS in operation on an eight-core MediaTek CPU and an Nvidia ...

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