Intel Introduces Graphics Command Center - A Visual Driver Overhaul

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    cryohellinc Ancient Guru

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    Hardware - show us the hardware Intel and not your fancy software.
     
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    Nvidia Geforce experience clone and without lots of features, but Intel and their GPUs.. better than nothing as every time.
     
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    Anythings got to be better than Nvidias CP. Spend £1k+ on your nice new shiny Graphics Card and get presented with a 20 year old windows 95 style control panel. It's truly awful.
     
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    It just works.
     
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    The UI looks like battlenet. I wonder if this time around they will also provide us with meaningful HW.
     
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    Graphics Command Center sounds pretty impressive, almost like a game title.
     
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    ^^I read this as Intels command and conquer center first time. lol
     
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    That it may do but still looks like a turd on a stick :D
     
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    Yeah, I hope the jump in integrated performance is true. Broadwell had some awesome integrated graphics for the time, but unfortunately, the trend didn't continue.

    In any case, new software is welcome! The old software was always a pain when working with multiple monitors in a corporate environment. We ended up getting dedicated Nvidia Quadro and NVS cards in my office years ago, just because of the better drivers and supporting software.
     
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    Well they are preparing the ground for the next year's release
     
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    Help for each feature is like 20 years too late.
    One click "optimization" is like 40 years too early... we are not demented, yet.

    But indicating factor for success and failure will be number of customizable features and if those overrides actually work in modern games.
    (And then if they are actually meaningful... Like having 4x SGSSAA in iGP is nice checkbox, but mostly useless.)
     
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    'Click on the 'MAGIC' button to run Crysis'

    Thank you Intel!:eek:


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    The only problem with it is that its slow. If it wasn't slow it'd be next to perfect as you can find anythung and everything you are trying to find easily.

    Can't say the same about AMDs solution, which feels fast, but is always changing, and hard to navigate and figure out exactly where you need to be and go to do what you want to do.

    Things don't need to look bloatedly fancy, they just need to be easy to navigate and figure out.
     

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