NVIDIA ARM RTX Demo Wolfenstein Youngblood GDC
The future of gaming may be ARM-powered, and NVIDIA proves it with new demos running on the platform at this week’s Game Developers Conference, including one of Wolfenstein: Youngblood from Bethesda Softworks. That’s right, the MediaTek ARM platform is capable of ray-traced graphics with acceleration from NVIDIA DLSS, which utilizes GPU-accelerated deep-learning algorithms to boost frame rates. Read more for the demos and additional information.



The Bistro demo showcased how RTX can enhance a stunning ray-traced urban scene in France, while running on an ARM-based system. Both demos were powered by an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 GPU paired with a MediaTek Kompanio 1200 ARM processor. They were made possible due to NVIDIA extending support for its software development kits for implementing five key NVIDIA RTX technologies to ARM and Linux.

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RTX is the most groundbreaking technology to come to PC gaming in the last two decades. MediaTek and NVIDIA are laying the foundation for a new category of Arm-based high-performance PCs,” said PC Tseng, general manager of MediaTek’s Intelligent Multimedia Business Unit.