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    Randy Stude on Intel, Politics, Vista and a Golden Gaming Future

    As Director of Gaming Strategy, Randy Stude is going to have a busy year. The traditional performance graphics duopoly of ATI/Nvidia will be challenged by Larrabee - PLUS integrated performance is set to JUMP with new CPUs...
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    Re: Randy Stude on Intel, Politics, Vista and a Golden Gaming Future

    What a name....

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    Re: Randy Stude on Intel, Politics, Vista and a Golden Gaming Future

    Gotta love his honesty though. This is Intel's Director of Gaming going on the record to say that the switch from XP to Vista as a gaming platform has been less than smooth.

    Maybe if the likes of Microsoft listened we'd all be having that promised DX10 loveliness without having to invest in 4Gb of RAM and graphics cards that could power the ISS.
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