This good sir.
Which again is a sort of of a flamebait. If a provider is charged with maintaining and upgrading a line, the costumers are already paying for maintenance and upgrading. If the costumers then pays a extra on the top of this for something they already are paying for, somebody should be shoot. Its that simple.
A modern laptop with a dedicated GPU would still run in circles around Cray due the way overhead and specialized parts work.
The problem is that a water wheal reallies on the gimmick of a strong river. A dam is designed to skip all the problems the wheal had. As much as I like Hydro, its impractical if the local terrain is not fit. Countries like Norway can build Hydro about everywhere because its just elevation and waterfalls and mountains. A country like Denmark has to be more creative.
So the nepotic upper middleclass and people who took the chance to run was equal to 10% of the population? How many of those people where even Cuban for that matter?
| Having all games (and thus their ports) on million and millions of xbox and PS consoles designed and optimized for your specific hardware for the next 10 years is worth money.
The problem is that AMD changed graphic card architecture on the HD 3xxx series, meaning that free console optmization only exists on the 1xxx and 2xxx series.
The problem is that Intel only has a marginal advantage, and AMDs chipsets is more than strong enough on the top of that. If AMDs chipsets where underpowered, sure your advice would be sane. Also as others point out, it only applies to single threads.
Lets not forget that it increases the angle of view, but it uses a broken view scaling by default. Extended view is useful, but not if the scaling gode is broken and botched, and there exists way to get even 200+ degree FoV with the right viewport code. A rather good example video, notice how the viewport is broken at 170 and 180 degrees with the default viewport code.
So in this age of next generation gaming, we will get Quake like viewport code, which is broken over 120 degrees, and a FoV of 30-60 degrees.
In daily speech you say "Do I have X?", while in reality, you ask "Do I have X on a unusual large amount?"
The analogy falls apart if the parking lot is a guarded parking lot that guarantees the cars safety.
Seriously, I am only saying this:
>Implying Blender has a bad UI
No such thing.
Backward compitablity means you don't kill your own consoles sales from about a year to release to a year after release. For what its worth, its sort of needed, unless the plan it to get fast into the marked, hook some marked share, and get up some killer apps before the antogonists enter the stage with their machine.