MSI To Add Skype Functions To P35

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MSI to add Skype functions on P35 motherboard

Micro-Star International (MSI) has been in cooperation with Skype in order to add Skype functions into its new Intel P35 (Bearlake) motherboard, according to sources at the companies.The new functions allow both traditional telephone and Internet phone (Skype) capabilities together on the new motherboard, the sources explained.MSI's P35 Platinum motherboard has a built-in SkyTel module card paired with Realtek's ALC880T HD audio codec to enable a standard telephone to be connected to the PC. This can be used for Skype calls as well as traditional telephone calls. The traditional phone can still operate while the system is shut off, noted sources at MSI.

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30-05-2007, 12:24:58

equk
I saw some screenshots of this game when doing the article on the R600 GPU's as they were included in all of the press marketing stuff from ATI.

Looking at their comparison between hl1, hl2 & TF2 - hl2 looked so much more realistic.

There's a more in-depth article on ign:
http://uk.pc.ign.com/articles/791/791434p1.html

Is it just me or does it look cartoony and more like a cell-shaded game (like jetset radio etc) :confused: seems a step backwards in terms of realism tbh.

30-05-2007, 12:27:46

Ham
Used too play the original with a mate. Its not supposed too be realistic, its plain good fun. They'd better carry over the best elements of the old game tbh.

30-05-2007, 12:29:15

equk
ah n1 :)

I might see if I can find the ATI advertising thing from the R600 stuff. I think I was just put off because it was included in the 'next generation' directx10 hype article when really it looks quite un-realistic.

30-05-2007, 12:51:42

nunzio
I hope they have TF2 Football! that was crazy in tf!

30-05-2007, 17:52:57

ai_01
it reminds me of the incredibles. im acutally very glad they did it this way. TF has always been a goofy game esp @ a LAN back in the day.
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