The Real-Time RayTracing Card


Don’t expect to get one of these in your PC anytime soon though. The price range for this massive stand-alone monstrosity is priced from $800 to $1500, well within professional budgets but less than many workstation cards from Nvidia and AMD.

For the price of $1500, the Caustic R2500 from PowerVR (PS Vita, Dreamcast, most likely your smart phone) gives you two Ray-Tracing Units (RTUs), 16 gigglebytes of RAM, and a jurassic age manufactured process (90nm).

Kind of reminds me of the Brigade Engine.

No, it won’t run Crysis.

Ars Technica