The Tech Report had a chance to see Lucid’s latest new product to enhance the ability of your computers graphics, it is called XLR8 Dynamix software and it seems almost designed to emulate what Ryan saw in his Rage testing. Instead of lower quality textures being an issue, in this case Lucid is attempting to dynamically reduce the quality of background textures to allow for higher frame rates on lower powered GPUs.
From AMD they saw the first Brazos 2 chips, which you can read about here. They caught snaps of Gigabyte’s GA-X79S-UP5 server board with a combination of 14 SATA and SAS ports for a huge amount of storage and picked up a bit of news about the fastest mobile chip on the planet.
"Here comes our second helping of Computex coverage. We’ve got the skinny on Nvidia’s Kepler-based mobile GPU flagship, AMD’s 2012 E-series APU platform, a decked-out Sandy Bridge-E motherboard from Gigabyte, and Lucid’s latest GPU virtualization mojo, which boosts fluidity on Intel IGPs by dynamically tweaking texture detail."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- The Awesome and Unusual and Crazy From Computex 2012 @ TechwareLabs
- Computex 2012 Day 2 – Hotel Walk of Fame Part 1 @ Ninjalane
- Computex 2012 Day 2 Coverage Blog @ Ninjalane
- OCZ: We will plug Lightning into your Thunderbolt @ The Register
- Solid state storage for the enterprise and consumers: Q&A with Alex Mei, CMO at OCZ Technology @ DigiTimes
- MD5crypt Password Scrambler Is No Longer Considered Safe @ Slashdot