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Submitted by Extreme_Coolcat 1714d ago | news

Wolfenstein raytraced on Larrabee

Intel is showing a raytraced version of Wolfenstein running on Larrabee (now called Knights Ferry). The game is shown on a notebook streaming the data from four server pcs each equipped with Knights Ferry. So the Raytracing is actually cloud-based. Two videos show Wolfenstein in action. (PC, Tech, Wolfenstein)

CrzyFooL  +   1714d ago
huh!?
hay  +   1714d ago
That's really nice, but the need of four Larabee servers, while it was said that Larabee should handle it, it's a bit too much for my pocket.
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Letros  +   1714d ago
Interesting news on Larrabee, would love to see its ray tracing on a more up-to-date engine.

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