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Monday, 09 April 2007 14:28

R600 renders a stone, pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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Stone me I am DX10 late


We managed to get a screenshot from a yet to be shown R600 demo. Punters who are invited to the R600 launch event in Tunisia in two weeks time will get to see this first hand.

The general public won’t see this for a while yet. Shader effects on the stones looks nice and the trees and leaves look realistic as well. It is a good looking demo and the wooden house looks very nice.


That is how ATI plans to introduce R600 and the power of DirectX 10 gaming. Just look at the picture it's all there.


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