Intel's next-generation 45nm processor architecture, 'Nehalem', made an appearance at the as-yet-unopened Intel Developer Forum (IDF) event today. A number of machines sported four-core versions of the chip. One, packed inside a Supermicro box, was running complex flow analysis - making a flag wave in the wind - on all eight of …
next gen chip last gen OS?
looks like intel are neatly side stepping the vista issues bu running that demo machine on XP - is that intels way of saying not even the latest quad core monsters can create a decent vista experience?...#
Am I missing something or.....
is there more to animating a flag than meets the eye.
Is that really the most impressive method of demonstrating its abilities?
Its not the most impressive method.....
Rendering naked girls at 1080P would be............
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