Over bij 3D Alpha is ook een beetje info te vinden over het nieuwe wonder sjippie waar Bitboys ons gisteren mee lastig viel. Hier heb je een gedeelte:
Rather impressive for a chip that many claimed was not even going to be released. The Glaze3D also includes the majority of the features that 3dfx has been bragging about lately with it's T-Buffer technology. That, coupled with a 15 million triangle per second capability, must be making the competion very worried. Indeed, it is possible that the chip will require a very powerful CPU to produce these fill rates, but with the race between AMD and Intel to have the first consumer-level 1GHz processor heating up in 2000, that shouldn't be a problem for long. If the Glaze3D does indeed ship in early 2000, NVidia and 3dfx will probably be playing catch up with their offerings, as both companies are slated to release their next chips in September and October, respectively. Hopefully, Bitboys Oy can get the chip out on time and really make the world of 3D acceleration exciting.