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Windows Vista graphics card performance

Posted on Saturday, September 23 2006 @ 05:17:24 CEST by

X-bit Labs checks out the performance of graphics cards in Windows Vista.
Games are a most widespread and popular variety of typical applications that people run on their desktop computers. It goes without argument that quite a lot of future users of Windows Vista will play games, so it’s important to know how your graphics subsystem will perform in the new OS. Moreover, although the transition to the new OS is going to be a smooth and steady process for the computer world, gamers won’t avoid it just because the upcoming gaming titles will require support of technologies that can only be delivered by Windows Vista..
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