Presumably nvidia begging for there to be no async, and instead using overly aggressive tessellation? :laugh:
Lemme guess, instead of a standard way/API for games to support this, it's NVIDIA proprietary?
Yeah, android app still broken. I assume it pulled from the site's RSS, which you've changed in this update?
Yeah, save your money and get Xiaomi hybrid dual driver earbuds instead. As a bonus, you won't look like a pratt.
>buttons only on the left side
Yeah... no. Recently bought an ozone neon, now that's an ambi mouse.
The only way they could do so is to put "Genuine Intel" in their CPUID strings, which would mean lawsuits up the ass.
Sigh, 28nm GPUs in nov 2015.
...Yeah. It's nearly 2016. I'm not buying a 28nm GPU. Go away.
x264 does not use directcompute, it can (optionally) use OpenCL. You must specifically tell it to though or swap in an OCL build, and in many...
The Bulldozer family groups pairs of cores into modules. Within these modules, some of the hardware is shared between the two cores. Performance...
Pretty much this - I can run 8 processes doing integer based tasks (even some FP too) completely independently of each other on an FX-8xxx....
I'd love to play these games. I'm still ready to buy anno 2070, but as long as it's got uplay, no :/
Exactly, samsung don't even make mobile GPUs, they use Mali, Adreno, PowerVR IP.
Such a ridiculous lawsuit, deservedly shot down.
Aren't audioquest those clowns who release ridiculously priced "audiophile" ethernet cables? With directional arrows to boot?
Why should anyone...
They should just leave the benchmark trying to use async compute if whatever card in the system claims it supports it.
It's nvidia's fault, not...
So it's just a regular USB drive, but overpriced because it has "XBOX" written on it. Great.
Good lord, 600 watts :eek:
Seriously, samsung should just buy AMD. Fab their stuff at 22/16/14nm, dump cash into CPU+GPU R&D.
Samsung wants its own graphics IP for mobile...
Plus XScam has already been compromised in the past, with user details leaked.
Why would toshiba keep the OCZ name? It's toxic.
Didn't even need to look at your system specs to know you have an nvidia card :laugh:
Yawn. Another Asetek rebrand.
And then after it's been reviewed, they'll switch out the NAND for cheaper, lower performing chips and keep the same model number again?
Oh look, another rebrand of that one asetek model.
And what's the markup on these going to be? 800%?
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