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    Intel implements Integer Scaling Support (for Gen11 graphics)

    Feature, dubbed 'Retro Scaling' by Intel, is only available on latest Ice Lake processors.
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    Re: Intel implements Integer Scaling Support (for Gen11 graphics)

    Sorry Intel, Nvidia beat you to it!

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    Re: Intel implements Integer Scaling Support (for Gen11 graphics)

    I think I already sow this coming 3 or more weeks ago.

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    Re: Intel implements Integer Scaling Support (for Gen11 graphics)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Sorry Intel, Nvidia beat you to it!
    The feature? Or the (probably artificial) limitation of said feature?

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    Re: Intel implements Integer Scaling Support (for Gen11 graphics)

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    The feature? Or the (probably artificial) limitation of said feature?
    Nyehhhh...little bit of column A, little bit of column B

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