quote: I'm fairly positive "Justin Case," who just registered after this article was published [...]
quote: I registered over one year ago, wiseguy. Check Anandtech's forums (it's the same user DB). It seems that your tendency to jump to conclusions without knowing the facts is genetic...
quote: they aren't afraid to speak out, and they don't sign NDA's, and they are the only ones that don't AFAIK.
quote: DailyTech does not sign NDAs.
quote: So if you have access to some information through Anandtech (covered by an NDA), you can post it on Dailytech?
quote: We are working hard with the developer to present more proof to our eager audience of millions and we may even have a video to show you, but this thing could take a few days. We don't want do give the story up as we know that Nvidia's multi billion PR is heavily behind it, somewhere. Maybe I would be too, if I was in its shoes.
quote: We are working hard with the developer to present more proof to our eager audience of millions and we may even have a video to show you, but this thing could take a few days. We don't want do give the story up.
quote: DailyTech just propagates links from other sites, and posts press releases to fill the space between the ads. Sort of like american TV networks.
Just because a benchmark was developed by someone with no Photoshop skills (or graphics skills in general), that doesn't mean the fundamental claim of the benchmark author is false.
quote: They were reporting on Yamhill (EM-64T), or Sun's Opteron servers, for example, five months before anyone else (and most "IT news" sites said they were crazy).
quote: Microsoft is stupid, The RIIA is stupid, ATI is stupid, Apple is great, Nvidia is great
quote: The Inq may actually have the balls to do something Dailytech, and virtually every other politically correct PC hardware website on the web today, wouldn't dare, and that is, call out Nvidia.
quote: Pixel shaders work on textures and polygons