Hello! It has been a while since I posted something worth posting! Sorry about that! But here is something very much worth posting indeed. You may have read that Sash is quite excited about Metro Exodus's Enhanced Edition (Finally with Ray Traced Reflections!) Well, it was released about a week ago (I can't keep track of time) and I have finally started playing it. For this, I am using the full power of my liquid-cooled RTX 2080 Ti with reasonable overclock to play the game on maximum possible settings at 1920x1080, that is, with no DLSS or VRS (although I love these technologies and will explore them in the future, I wanted to try the game without first). I have part 1 and 2 here, and will be playing more so I will make more posts.
As usual, Sash has a pretty huge On Screen Display so you can see all the hardware statistics there. You may also notice something something something Ryzen 9 5950X, wait what? Did I not even make a post on that yet?! Okay, well, hold that thought because it deserves a separate post! Anyway, the videos!
The settings used in each video are confirmed each time I start recording, but for your convenience I will list them here:
Ray Tracing: Ultra
Reflections: Ray Traced
Motion Blur: Normal
Advanced PhysX: On
Field of View: middle of the slider
Part 2: (Will be available once processing has finished)