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21st November 2002, 16:40
The new revolution in graphics!



21st November 2002, 18:28
Sneaky little ones they are! :D

21st November 2002, 19:40
Not fully DX9 compliant. Oops.

Did I mention the shitty 2D quality?

It's a revolution - kinda like the Bolshevik revolution. SUCH a step forward.

- Gurm

21st November 2002, 19:54
Gurm, have you tried the link? ;)

21st November 2002, 20:09
Hehehe...Fecking excellent;)

21st November 2002, 20:15
Originally posted by Indiana
Gurm, have you tried the link? ;)

Doesn't look like he has, otherwise his post would definitely be different. :p

21st November 2002, 20:45
Damn....Me likes that! LOL

21st November 2002, 20:49
Im with GURM on this one. :(

I dont see anything funny on the link - so no :) or :p or LOL from me.

What the heck are you guys smoking that can make a standard marketing splurge seem so funny?

21st November 2002, 21:30
geforcefx.org boasting an ATI All in Wonder 9700 Pro ad... naw nothing funny about that


21st November 2002, 22:14
Give it a little time. One challenge and ATI will have to hand it over in nVidia wants it.

21st November 2002, 22:41
.org? , I thought neither company should be allowed to use that type of domain

21st November 2002, 23:08
It's not even done by ATi. It looks like some joker registered the domain, and has it pointing at ATi's website.


22nd November 2002, 03:12
Huh? To me it looks like some kind of online 3D graphics magazine. In French.

22nd November 2002, 03:14
it's been changed :\

22nd November 2002, 06:23
WELL that would explain it. I figured it was some in-joke. Whoops.

- Gurm

22nd November 2002, 10:34
Originally posted by Ribbit
Huh? To me it looks like some kind of online 3D graphics magazine. In French.

So it seems.

22nd November 2002, 10:43
Yup, that's french alright. Man I hate reading technical info in french, it never makes any sense. They always use strange and stupid words to describe parts and technical terms. (I'm french so I can say that without offending anybody :p)

Ex: A hacker (or pirate) is called "bidouilleur" in french. They could have stuck with "pirate" which is spelled the same in english.

Anyways, to stay on topic (which I rarely do, hehe), that's the first time I've seen a "cyber" pratical joke (if it is).

22nd November 2002, 14:56
Just to clarify things the link I posted was redirecting to www.ati.com (as some still noticed)

I thought ATI had somehow registered the www.geforcefx.org domain - that would be a really cheap trick.

Of course I wasn´t trolling on GeforceFX. You should know me better than that.

22nd November 2002, 15:01
ok, that makes alot more sense. I was looking at it going, HUH?


Guess I am always a day late and a dollar short..:alien: