Don't get fooled by .... nvidia attacking Ati

Discussion in 'Graphics and Semiconductor Industry' started by nagus, Sep 24, 2004.

  1. Dave Baumann

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    Greg, again, this has nothing to do with the discussion - only a pixel quad can be executed at a time. Also not that Conditional Branching is not supported NV3x, Conditional Write Masks were, which just results in all the pixels being rendered for all branches but only the ones that result in the correct answer get displayed.
     
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    Completely irrelevant to the discussion.
    So far you have provided no proof to the contrary.
    More distraction.
    If you can't win... insult?

    If you can't back up your claims with proof, just say so. Put up or shut up.

    -FUDie
     
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    So what ended up happening? I assume that ATI cards all passed and are PCIe certified or whatever the thing was since otherwise their would be a huge stink. When things work out I guess no one cares eh :p .
     
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    Can't get the same kaboom effect when it's all fine, you need something to make people go WTF or dang
     
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