Originally Posted by Unregistered
"More tessellation load.
Introduced "extreme" tessellation mode."
ROFLMAO - why don't you just say it: NVIDIA Fermi Edition?
I aggree. Nvidia uses V1.1 the first time, and compare to V1.0 of ATI benchmark. It is obvious, because everyone with ATI cards had same scores than the comparison, sometimes a bit better. Went to the developer of Unigine's twitter page, only to see he has been invited to a party Nvidia is giving them
I knew Nvidia was cheating on the first benchmark because of this (everyone knew V1.1 is the optimised version of Unigine which Nvidia used, and that it will change it's name to V2.0 when it is finalised) But now, as can be seen, there has been some additional features added. Which brings me to the point. Nvidia cheats, they know it, then they make sure V1.1 will never be released (they must have a lot of influence with Unigine) and now V2.0 is released. So, we can never prove anything. Typical!!!!!!!! I am tired of their shit. Buying a 5970 now next week, will not buy Fermi just because of all the corporate BULLSHIT!!!!! We all know the 5970 will outperform it, use only 30w of more power, and will cost the same or less than Fermi. Physx and 3D vision....hahahahaha. Physx can be done on the CPU, which, when you have a CoreI7, is easy. 3D Vision also nonsence. I like my FPS games. 1st, cannot enable AA with 3d vision, secondly will have to reduce resolution to achieve at least 60fps in a game. 3rd Imagine trying to play BFBC2 with building or players in 3D, but using a 2D cursor. Only spells disaster. 3d only good for racing games and adverture rpg. Maybe flightsims. But mostly for movies.