Vista 5365 "Final beta 1" Screen shots

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I got my hands on the newest beta of Vista, 5365, which they call "Final beta 1"

There are somethings you should note (Fram the MS FAQ):

Desktop and Shell UI
Q: What are the requirements for Aero Glass?
A: The minimum requirements for a graphics card to be Aero Glass compatible are:
1. 64 mb of VRAM
2. DirectX 9 Support with Pixel Shader 2 support
3. AGP 4x or better

Also, keep in mind that Vista itself requires that your card support 1024x768x32 as a minimum. Detailed information concerning the graphics in Vista/Longhorn can be found at the Graphics Hardware and Driver Support website.

Here are the regular requirements:

Q: What are the system requirements for Vista?
A: From the Windows Vista Capable PC Hardware Guidelines:
Modern CPU
512 MB of system RAM
DirectX 9 capable graphics card

Modern CPU? What is that?

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If you want to download the wallpapers you can Here

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26-04-2006, 15:46:12

I'm looking at some cards and I'm way out of the loop these days.
Which would give the better performance (in general);
7600 gs, x800 gto, x800 xl, x800 gto16?
or a 6800?
I'm presuming the gto16 edges the other x800's because it's got 16 pipelines.
Or is the xl better?
The memory all seems to be gddr3 - 256mb

26-04-2006, 16:18:38

The 7600GT should far outperform the X800GTO mate :)

26-04-2006, 16:26:42

From that list, 7600GS FTW!

X800GTO and 6800GT are also great budget cards.

26-04-2006, 17:44:08

WC Annihilus
I'd say most definately the 7600GS. Around $50 more would net you a GT though :)

26-04-2006, 18:10:29

Will the 7600gs outperform the 6800?

From what I've googled the x800gto and xl should slightly outperform the 7600gs in benchmarks.
Is this wrong then?
Is there much difference between agp and pci express?

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