Glumesti, nu? ) La serviciu la mine majoritatea sistemelor au harduri de 20-40-80 Gb IDE, pe sisteme Pentium IV WIlamette, Northwood si Prescott sau AThlon XP/64. Sint numai sisteme Ofiice, wtf, configuratiile astea sint suficiente, iar daca cineva are de aruncat harduri pe IDE si memorii DDR1 nu ma supar sa le refolosesc eu.Da, am niste discuri de 20 si 40 GB prin biblioteca (nu am gasit unde sa le reciclez si nu le dau la gunoi), alea sunt uzate moral (sunt si pe IDE), dar nu e acelasi lucru.
At the media and press briefing, Intel’s Mooly Eden was showing off an Ultrathin with an Ivy Bridge CPU, and claimed it could and was running a DX11 game. When he started the game, the control panel for VLC popped up. VLC is a media player, the ‘game’ was a recorded movie. If you watch the video, you can clearly see the screw up in the first few seconds.
The demo started out badly and choppy, and it was immediately obvious to any fool watching that Mooly was not actually playing the game. It was worse than a 1950s TV sitcom with the father ‘driving’ the family with a badly projected video out the ‘back window’. The audience was so unconvinced that Mooly very quickly gave up the charade and admitted that it was being “run from back stage.”
Intel’s official response to the incident:
“We used a video in the DX11 Ivy Bridge-based Ultrabook demo simply for expediency at today’s Intel press event at CES. We were extremely limited for time and didn’t want to lose any time by getting in and out of the game. And Mooly told the audience this at the end of the demo… [...].