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Thread: Dawn sleeps with ATI




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    Nice nudie pics of Dawn
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    THATS ALL I CAN THINK OF......

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    I just tested with a Radeon 9500 Pro and 9800 Pro

    The R9500P ran the demo ok with sound disabled - bit slow though

    The R9800P had no problems at all
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    After using the patch and watching Dawn (minus wings and other 'obscuring' objects) prance around on my 9700 Pro, I asked her if she liked being run better on ATi cards. This was the response:

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    Quote Originally Posted by tukinnam
    FYI: the nude patch for nvidia will work as well.
    ( :rolleyes2 not that i tried or anything...:rolleyes2 )

    http://members.shaw.ca/tylerv2/dawn/

    the patch file should be on top of the list.

    Thanks for the link mate...! :wow: :thumb: :drool: :drool:

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    :thumb: Nice one Beefy

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    Quote Originally Posted by weta
    :thumb: Nice one Beefy
    I second the motion ! :thumb:
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    Quote Originally Posted by E^vol
    I second the motion ! :thumb:
    And I'll third it because I can :)
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    HEHE nice ones beefy:laugh:
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    Some of you might have noticed that when you're running the Dawn demo on your Radeon, Dawn doesn't have eyelashes. We recently received a new version of the wrapper which fixes that, and got a few additional comments from "The Guy" on how the wrapper works.

    How it is done.

    NV programs are parsed and tokenized then ARB programs are generated. It is mostly straightforward instruction to instruction mapping.

    Fragment programs in Dawn are short, mostly FX12 and no sweat for R300. Reads from normalization cube map are detected and replaced with DP3/RSQ/MUL. It improves quality because it removes graininess. Speedwise its about the same, look at JC comments.

    Vertex programs in Dawn are quite long, use lots of matrices, array addressing and many vertex attributes. They map extremely well from NV to ARB, even some ARB GL tokens have the same value as NV tokens.

    Download the updated wrapper

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