what alien technology they reverse engineered to come up with this?
This is why I have always bought and continue to buy AMD, and the dirty games played by Intel......
AMD has trumpeted its next-generation GPU architecture, painting the design as a radical departure that has one foot in the graphics world and the other in what AMD, Microsoft, ARM, and others dub "heterogeneous computing". Essentially, the new architecture is a parallel-processor, throughput engine that can serve both …
"so its sorta got SMT [simultaneous multi-threading] properties".
I'm irked by reading superfluous faffy phraseology like "kinda", "sorta" etc. from CEOs / CTOs / CFOs and others who ought to set a leading example for others to aspire to. I'm not singling out anyone here, because this is a growing trend, particularly when quoting prominent people in the I.T. industry. We all make mistakes, but this habitual use of faffy language is unprofessional and not something we should adopt. Please stop it! </RANT>
Nice. How about creating realities that I can't tell I'm in a computer game ?
Such as trees that fall in front of a tank, or get blown to shreds by bombs, or torch and burn down if a flamethrower is pointed at them. Or walls that cannot resist a tank, not to mention packs of C4, and houses that get flattened by aerial bombardement.
How about realistic craters from a bomb ? One that a soldier can hide in and shoot from ? And can we once and for all get rid of indestructible doors that only open once a certain condition has been realised, and ignores any attempt at brute force ?
Making prettier environments is nice, but I'd wager Medal of Honor, Battlefield 2 and Gears of War have already demonstrated a very pretty world. Making environments more "realistic" does not mean just veined leaves on trees.
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