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It does not matter for me if you use amd or intel cpus, but when the cheap cpus are able to decode 1080p then why would you buy a dedicated gfx chip which could do the same? Then you could stay with standard chips as long as they provide at least xv.
yes why not ?????... ???--??..???-..????--???...??
AMD will support OpenCL 100%! so all future software will speedet up...
BluRay was dead the day it was conceived. The world is moving to a streaming VOD solution. Also that cluster to crack the key would have consist of basically machine in the world to do it in a click then play scenario.
I can kill a fly with a 747 too but it doesn't make it anymore realistic for regular use.
Yes! Blueray is dead ! i know-.
and yes a everytime updatet streaming solution is much harter to crack..
you can Catch the analog part with a Cam and a micro!
It took the evil doer's to get the foss's community's heads out of their collective asses and get shit rolling.
Keep in mind that openCL is not limited to GPU's, but also DSP's, CPU's and solutions like Cell. Many devices but yet only a select few were able to pull off putting out a standard (in record time none the less).
@bridgman: Kudos to you for being present in these fora, but crikey, you're not actually saying anything! UVD/UVD2 is *still* not available for use by real people, while nvidia is, frankly, kicking your arse with VDPAU.
I'm not talking about driver features we might introduce in the future because we don't want you making purchase decisions based on things we haven't released yet. We do pre-announce hardware products to our manufacturing partners because their design cycles require earlier notification, and sometimes that information leaks to the public, but otherwise we try hard to only talk about things when they are ready to ship.
Unless we co-ordinate product planning with our competitors, someone is always going to be first. Sometimes we're first, sometimes we're not.
I still have my 780G mobo in a usable state, but it's gathering dust until you guys produce something tangible. In the meantime, I and several other people I've advised, are enjoying our nvidia-based home theatre (and believe me, the closed-source aspect isn't making us lose sleep).
Your lack of concrete progress has led to me thinking of AMD/ATI as a vapourware store... and believe me, it makes me quite unhappy to say that.
...but I have to take issue with this statement. Vapourware implies that we announced something and didn't deliver it. With respect, you are complaining that we don't talk about future products in one paragraph and accusing us of shipping vapourware in the next. One of those has to be wrong