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Old 13th April 2010, 13:40   #1
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Default Nvidia misses OpenGL 4.0 promises

NVIDIA SEEMS TO BE telling porkies again, this time in an area where it is quick to criticize others. Its OpenGL 4.0 driver promises once again suggest that honesty is not a core corporate value at Nvidia.

Nvidia keeps sleazing out PR pieces, usually picking a word or two out of context, purposefully misinterpreting them, and banging a drum about others' alleged 'failures'. Its schtick has become so lame it is annoying, but then again, this is Nvidia. When it comes to delivering on its own promises however, the company seems to come up well short of the mark.

http://www.semiaccurate.com/2010/04/...l-40-promises/
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