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Old 15th August 2012, 06:27   #1
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Default Intel refutes nVidia claims regarding HD4000 game compatibility

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: At a recent Analyst’s Day, nVidia went through its usual array of slides regarding a wonderful history, present conditions and how glorious the future is likely to be. All well and good, we’d have done the same if we had Tegra, Tesla, Quadro and GeForce in the armoury. But one slide was a little different. KitGuru does its own analysis and then asks Intel for an opinion on whether HD4000 will fail to deliver in almost half the games released last year.

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