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Thursday April 29, 2004

[H]ardNews 7th Edition

Crytek On Shader 3.0:

There is an interview with Cevat Yerli, President and CEO of Crytek at PCPerspective today. The interview directly deals with Shader 3.0 and the recent hubbub over screenshots of FarCry at the GeForce 6800 Ultra launch.

In an effort to uncover the truth behind Shader 3.0, we created a list of questions to ask Mr. Yerli. We were pleased to see that NVIDIA made no suggestions for questions and that the CEO was so willing to comply. Hopefully, these questions will help end all the speculation and myths regarding Shader 3.0.

If you arenít up to speed on Shader Model 3.0 make sure you take a look at our Shader Model 3.0 article as well.

GeForce 6800Ultra:

Guru3D has posted their review of the the GeForce 6800 Ultra. Good stuff, but make sure you pack a lunch, this thing is 24 pages long.

To sum things up; if you have the money to spend on the best of the best then hey this might be the one for sure and also, don't count ATI out. As always in the high-end game, you'll pay the price for it alright.

ABIT KV8-MAX3:

VR-Zone has a little Athlon64 mainboard action for you today. The fellas put the ABIT KV8-MAX3 through the wringer and the board came through with flying colors. You can see our review of the KV8-MAX3 here for comparison.

If you are a computer enthusiast looking for an Athlon 64 motherboard, look no further. The ABIT K8V-Max3 is one of the most versatile motherboards on the market, is filled with features, and overclocks like a charm.