To not mention all the pony/furry porn.
And now the consumers got a weapon to kill this model and will use it.
In case of non-emulated games you can use more advanced techniques like dead reckoning to accurately interpolate the position of the objects and not only deal with the physics running at a high frame rate while screen is running slow as dealing with slow physics with fast frame rate as well.
Most multiplayer games uses this technique to deal with the relatively slow packet rate.
The most problematic part of the low frame rate VR can be mitigated/fixed by using a technique Carmack came up with called time warping:
It uses the Z-buffer data and a 3D half sphere to make the 3D headtracking always have the full frame rate your VR equipment can provide, even if the rendering itself runs slowly.
The HBM memories run at a much lower clockspeed than the GDDR5, but compensate it by using a very, VERY wide bus, so they're probably a lot colder.
Maybe the internet services and banks should not use it exclusive for em.
You're quite unfamiliar with the rule 34 and it's implications, right?
Also some assets are just naturally bigger before being "processed" into the final format, like 3D models that generally use text based formats like obj.
Intel did it long ago with the pentium pro, now its all custom RISC chips with a very small translation layer doing the "emulation" job in realtime.
Also thanks to this scheme, you get to enjoy the relative binary compactness of the CISC architecture without having to deal with the horrid native CISC design issues.
Most likely just Wily with another silly disguise.
Ads that don't try to install something like alureon on your machine?
So apt-get dist-upgrade (credit card number) ?
As far i know, neither microsoft nor apple did actually stole code.
MS-Dos was actually bought (by a stupid low amount, but bought neitherless), and the Xerox copying was made from the ground up based on what they saw, rather than actual code stealing.
Unless there's something else i'm not aware of, like the BSD TCP stack thing being actually stolen etc...
They're terrible, but not 1980 IBM terrible.
If you think the "think different" fanboys are bad, its because you didn't seen the "Nobody got fired for buying an IBM" ones.
On the other hand, large corporations life off buying smaller innovative companies, and those are being replaced and killed off by the patent trolls.
And those patent trolls on other hand aren't as nearly as useful to buy out as they don't actually invent anything.