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    Yes. Maybe my opinion about ATI is a little outdated... if it turns out that they (AMD) make it better, I will not hesitate to act accordingly. But for me, nVidia starts this race from the pole...
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    In fact I did something like this two years ago. I even stopped testing on ATI hardware. Of course, this doesn't work for games and mainstream software, but if you're doing some specialized...
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    It'll be interesting to compare the 2008 <s>slides</s> bones to those from 2007.

    CatDog
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    Absolutely.

    Has anybody noticed that arrow "GF200 <---> Big Bang"? What's going to be revealed seems directly related to GF200 hardware. This could mean, that nVidia will support GL3 on GF200...
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    Yeah. Go and buy one of those Quadros if you want your problems solved.

    Haha.

    CatDog
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    But I'd like to have an API that gives performance guarantees. Do I have to switch to D3D now?

    CatDog
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    If you manage to answer (!) the questions given above, it would be by far more than I'd expect.

    CatDog
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    Lol, yes, nice logo! :)

    #10: Provide a reliable roadmap for all the fancy things you plan to do.

    CatDog
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    Ah, yes. Thats exactly the reason why I prefer talking about fps.

    CatDog
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    Don't get me wrong. I love games and every advance in technology they bring out! But, especially for OpenGL in contrast to D3D, there are many other applications, too. At least it was like that in...
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    Games games games!

    Hey, there's some other kinds of graphics applications out there. Try to render some sophisticated technical simulation including generic *user data*. Believe me, these people...
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    Has bullshittin' about C-whatever something to do with OpenGL?

    This thread was an interesting read for the last ten pages or so. Please keep it up that way.

    I've got some questions, because...
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    Err, yes. :-)

    Make shure you attach a webcam to your body, 'cause in case your spirit does not forget it when shifting to Siggraph, we'd all like to see those funny faces when the future of OpenGL...
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    Bummer! That would have been of interest to me. What exactly makes DX10 dedicated to Vista only?

    CatDog
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    It's a little bit disturbing to hear that from the 2nd top most OpenGL Guru of all times. (Judging by that stats on the right.)

    You must be a very masochistic person. ;-) (please note that smile)...
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    Microsoft is doing the things needed to promote it's own products. So does nVidia, ATI, Intel. And Khronos does this as well, I suppose (well I hope!).

    Making the product better is just one of...
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    This is a good breakdown of things that would help repair the trust relationship that the ARB has lost over the last 7 years.[/QUOTE]
    That's interesting. None of the possible answers to these...
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    I really didn't tell you to be happy about whatever. Neither did Michael. "We will tell you something in two month (maybe)" is not the answer and was obviously never meant to be one - it's simply the...
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    It means that something is going wrong. That's quiet a difference. You don't know exactly *who* is to blame for that, do you?

    I'm on your side with nearly every single word of your breakdown of...
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    Surprised? The small sign of life sent by Michael Gold a few days ago was followed by a huge wave of ranting and criticism.

    I dare to say that no Khronos member dares to do this again.

    CatDog
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    Oh, new innovations need this kind of ignorance. To find new ways it's always the best not to know about the old ones. Danger is that you propably accidentally reinvent the wheel. Solution is to have...
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    If you do this, please make a new thread an share your experiences!

    Actually, that's what I wanted to do, but I'm far FAR from being ready to switch over...

    CatDog
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    But it doesn't mean you have to vanish into thin air, hm?

    CatDog
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    If you want an update on parallel processing, I'd recommend this video: Click!

    It's worth it!

    CatDog
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    You don't believe that? It will run on x86 architecture and Intel's ray-tracing engine.

    Click

    CatDog
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