Where do you live? GPUs are pretty expensive everywhere now. I was lucky to grab an RTX3080Ti last summer for a higher price tag as it was released but comparing to the today’s price it was for free I was waiting for 8 months after I preordered it… I play on a Playstation only so I can’t feel the difference between the GTX1080Ti and the RTX3080Ti on my PC. Everything runs the same FPS is capped by the refresh rate of my monitor with both cards at 144 FPS.
Marketing bullshit aside, there are some good programs. At its core, its just a virtual file system that lets you use multiple programs on the same assets without exporting. So like edit in blender and unreal or whatever share the same file.
They also have a blender type app called create
This app, blender fork, and the voice to character speech animation are the best ones
Thanks! Coding on a high end HW has it drawbacks as well. Everything runs smoothly on my PC but after deploying it and testing my first professional BabylonJS based project I was shocked! The client couldn’t manage to get the promised HW for the kiosks and bought cheaper ones with low end GPUs. The app ran at 20 FPS! I test my code on the integrated GPU since then. I think coding on a low end PC makes the coders including you much more better because of the tricks, hacks and optimizations the coder must come up with. We waste resources many times… Anyway I saw your homepage. Dude you’re damned talented! I love your style! It’s so clean, everything is in place, candy for my eyes!
I am definitely going to try this out! I always liked the thin client idea.
Sometimes I feel bad when I am thinking about how much electricity draws this beast (1200W PSU was needed for the whole setup) and I am just typing nearly the whole day. We have to save the planet and save resources wherever it’s possible. Centralized GPUs like the Omniverse solution is an idea I like a lot!