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Tuesday, 10 August 2010 08:56

ATI brings the heat in new video

Written by David Stellmack

SWAT-themed video shows the cool
In the land of the Great White North they must have too much time on their hands, as ATI has unleashed a new video highlighting the cool of the latest Radeon video cards.

While the video might be viewed as a bit at the expense of the green team, it is actually pretty funny and does a good job of making their point.

Have a look at the latest ATI video by clicking here.
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+16 #1 MrScary 2010-08-10 09:35
I already dedicated this video to SillyconTard, The Royal Troll of fudzilla website:


page 3, i hope u liked it :D
+16 #2 Fud_u 2010-08-10 09:41
Lol, that stray sure hit the green team.
+38 #3 nele 2010-08-10 09:57
The video isn't realistic.

It shows two guys with Fermi rigs. Nvidia didn't sell that many...
+4 #4 redisnidma 2010-08-10 16:56
Glad to see AMD with guerrilla marketing once again. Just hope they do the same against Intel. ;-)
-23 #5 SiliconDoc 2010-08-10 20:31
I bet it took Huddy's single best programmer that failed to get AA in Batman even after Huddy squealed he cared about gamers and would get it done, and his whole undertard team, probably 1 more collegiate flunkie, to waste their time making this since they cannot produce stable drivers that don't break everything else that just last month they lied about being fixed.
- :D
+2 #6 blandead 2010-08-13 06:46
troll/bash #7.... do i need to go on?
-5 #7 SiliconDoc 2010-08-13 08:55
Richard Huddy in JANUARY 2010 Batman AA issue : " However, I have one of my best engineers - one of my most pro-active engineers - and he was getting builds on a regular basis. We did talk to Eidos about the possibility of being a co-marketed title with us.."
AND FAILED - Why work with ati when they have ONE, yes a SINGLE programmer for your game to "help" make ati cards work with it, as Huddy has revealed on the net. That's why he couldn't PROMISE a solution. INSTEAD - FAKE PROMISES, THEN PR BASHING AND LYING ABOUT NVIDIA BECAME THE PLAN Huddy carried out.
Forget bashing, it's dead serious! ATI tells propaganda lies instead of PRODUCING AA DRIVERS for those who buy it's cards.

:-x must make ati users sick to know it.
-5 #8 SiliconDoc 2010-08-13 09:00
bit-tech Q: "Given Nvidia licensed its own MSAA technology for Unreal Engine 3, why don't you just do the same thing? Put your code in as well and when the game detects your vendor ID it uses this code instead."

Richard Huddy ati PR spinner king: "We're currently working with Eidos and we want that to be in there in a future update. That's not a commitment to it, but we are working with Eidos to make it happen because I believe it's in every consumer’s interest."

8 months, ati users got JACK!
NO AA. A dead pr BS promise... one Huddy would NOT be able to pull off on SC2 ! He tried, but crumbled under pressure, and the AA driver sucks.


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