Updated 18 May, 2013, 5:40 pm IST
CES 2012: Intel promptly responds to 'fake DX11 demo' goof-up
| by Roydon Cerejo |
Intel went into a full damage control mode yesterday, as they hurried to squash any rumours that they had fudged a live demo of the DX11 capabilities of Ivy Bridge. The whole fiasco began during Intel press conference when Mooley Eden, General Manager of Intel’s PC group took the stage to demo Ivy Bride’s DX11 prowess. The setup included an Ultrabook hooked up to a steering wheel and Codemaster’s F1 2011, all running in DX11 mode. As Mooley was supposedly playing the game in real-time, the unmistakeable control panel of VLC pops up from below and when you’re projecting this on a giant screen, it’s really hard to miss.
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