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AMD and NVIDIA executives fight over Batman AA

Posted on Wednesday, November 04 2009 @ 21:28:37 CET by

Hexus reports AMD's Lars Weinand and NVIDIA's Richard Huddy are battling on the Hexus forums about the anti-aliasing controversy in Batman Arkham Asylum. You can read all about it over here.
This time around, AMD is once again accusing NVIDIA of preventing the use of anti-aliasing in Eidos' Batman: Arkham Asylum on an ATI graphics card, a subject first raised, to widespread furore, back in September, by AMD's senior manager of advanced marketing, Ian McNaughton.

NVIDIA claims "AMD just did not do their work", adding that "it is up to Eidos to decide the fate of a feature that AMD refused to contribute to". Want to know what AMD's Huddy had to say in response? Check out the comments from both NVIDIA (in green) and AMD (in red), below.



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