It has stirred up a bit of controversy recently, but we have the first video publicly available.
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Should be there now, hosted on Fileshack.
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the video says a lot, but doesn't show much. looks kinda crappy from the video, maybe the experts see more than me though.
the premise sounds pretty good though. will be interesting when it's released.
futuremark are a bunch of jerks now, with the latest patch for 3dmark06 you hav to submit your results to orb in order to get your scores. what kind of crap is that? i'm not paying 20 bux for a benchmark i run a few times.
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