The summer is coming to an end and this means that the peak season of computer games is about to start. The chances for an exciting fall and winter
time look very good. There are many very interesting titles in the pipeline.
With the beginning of DirectX 9 generation games, many users will find their graphics card at the limit, although it did a good job in DirectX 8
games. But that's not enough for DirectX 9 games if you don't want to lose too much fun in terms of effects and quality. Yesterday, the card's fill
rate and memory bandwidth were the most important factors of a graphics card - tomorrow the factor shader performance is becoming a new and
increasingly important coefficient.
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