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TsunamiZ said:it's not a marketing trick. because this actually is used in a game.
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Wagnard said:Dude everyone does marketing AMD and Nvidia too. Nothing wrong with it.
This time, AMD took time with the developer to actually do something. I think they can get some fame here.
Wagnard said:Btw do you live in those forums? I can find a post from you in almost every thread.
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nvtweakman said:NVIDIA had realistic hair long time ago. Remember Nalu?
This is just marketing trick by AMD to entice people into buying their cards. Maybe after all these years they finally have something to compete with PhysX.
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