Our first set of examples was created using the default settings on Nvidia and ATI hardware, this is the quality that the consumer will see when outputting a signal to their TV using HDMI from both cards. We opted for an YCbCr signal rather than RGB as YCbCr is the method used by default on ATI if the graphics card detects a display which is capable of receiving these signals. Nvidia actually default to RGB but this is easily changeable in the control panel where as ATI do not offer this option.
For complete clarity, here are the default options in each control panel:
Many devices support SD cards for storage and as a result there is a massive amount of models on the market. Many of them claim enhanced durability and fast speeds but not all will deliver. Today we take the latest USH-I class cards from 3 major brands for a spin to see how they stack up. Especially useful if you have a recent DSLR which can take advantage of modern cards.
Today Kaeyi looks at a slightly different product than usual but one everyone undoubtedly uses - a chair. Here we have the GT Omega Pro Racing Office chair, featuring that familiar bucket race seat design. Watch her video review now.
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Thief: Mantle Performance
A few months ago AMD and Dice released a patch (and driver) which enabled the first real world example of Mantle. For those who haven't heard Mantle is a platform which replaces DirectX when using AMD cards, allowing game developers better access to the GPU with...