We take the FYQD-Studio Bright Memory: Infinite Ray Tracing benchmark tool for a spin using the RTX 3090 at 4K resolution. For the first runs we set the ray tracing to Very High, then run the DLSS option under performance, then balanced and finally quality settings with varied results. We then run the same test using the DLSS performance under ray tracing High setting. Once again, the performance mode is the better option as you would expect, but obviously the very high setting is extremely resource hungry where the 3090 only just manages to hold 50-60 fps. To put things into perspective though, remember the first ray tracing games were running on the 2080 Ti at 1080p! The full game is available via Steam it’s also on Xbox Series X, and if you buy now you get the upcoming Bright Memory Infinite for free.