Daily Tech Challenges The Inq To Put Up Or Shut Up

Posted: Feb 19 2007, 4:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:02am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Daily Tech Challenges The Inq to Put Up or Shut Up
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The guys at Daily Tech and The Inquirer are having a geek showdown over the validity of a post made by Fudo at The Inq concerning the new RyderMark benchmark application. This all started back in July of last year when The Inq claimed that NVIDIA was forcing developers to use a faster 16-bit shader precision for the suite.

The gang at Daily Tech set The Inq crew straight by pointing out that DirectX compliance requires 24-bit shader precision or better amongst other things. It seems that things between the two NDA breaking clans are heating up again over RyderMark after a post made today at The Inq. Kristopher Kubicki over at Daily Tech has challenged Fudo at The Inq to supply him with a copy of the RyderMark benchmark by midnight tonight, showing all three screen shots in The Inq post in full motion video. If they can produce the shot Daily Tech will donate $1000 to a charity of Fudo’s choosing. Kristopher also says he will pay another $1000 if the software shows the same screen shots that Fudo used at The Inq in the July 2006 post. This is definitely the geeky equivalent of slapping faces with leather gloves. Via Daily Tech.

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