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Old 9th April 2008, 15:25   #1
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Default Intel G45 DX10 to play World in Conflict

G45 is Intel's new and much faster chipset and we've learned that this one will finally get a DirectX 10 driver. Again, I am about to laugh.

Well let's be serious for a moment as Intel has reported that DirectX 10 games are running on its current beta DirectX 10 driver and that World in Conflict is currently the best performing game on Eaglelake (G45) desktop and Cantiga GM45 mobile chipsets.

Performance enhancements are second most important thing with this driver as Intel chases the Vista premium logo and this is its top priority. It is still not clear if Intel can make it, but there is a „High Confidence of Vista Premium Logo with DX10“ which clearly indicates that Intel doesn’t know if it can make it.


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