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Thread: AMD Releases R600/700 3D Documentation

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    Phoronix was down for me yesterday evening. Must've been the Phoronix & Slashdot effects combined on this news item

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    looks like it's finally time to start saving money for some affordable r600/r700 card in a few months.

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    Default AMD: Way to go

    So far so good, AMD !

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    Thank you, AMD/ATI. I will buy from you again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mirv View Post
    Excellent. I'm no video card driver developer myself, but I do hope this helps those who are. Thankyou AMD!
    Now's a great time to get involved.

    Seriously, though, the current problem is not documentation, it's manpower. While it's great to see the docs out in the open, none of us were waiting on them; we've all got various things on our plates already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curaga View Post
    Phoronix was down for me yesterday evening. Must've been the Phoronix & Slashdot effects combined on this news item
    No, just some server problems earlier in the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by MostAwesomeDude View Post
    Now's a great time to get involved.
    Any suggestions on what's the best way to do this?

    Where to focus first, etc..

    I mean there are a lot of people with good C skills
    but kernel/driver design is a completely different story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colo View Post
    Thank you, AMD/ATI. I will buy from you again.
    Me too, I will be upgrading soon. ATI will be on my list again.

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    hell YEAH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropy View Post
    Any suggestions on what's the best way to do this?

    Where to focus first, etc..

    I mean there are a lot of people with good C skills
    but kernel/driver design is a completely different story.
    I'm after this, too.

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