Hey, theres gonna be a new component called Windows Advanced Rasterization Platform10(WARP 10 for short) supported in DirectX 10,10.1 & 11 from Microsoft.It is gonna be shipped in Windows 7.Its actually used in rendering complex graphics without the need of high end graphic cards.So, how is Intel gonna support it??I mean, can the awesome Aero effects be realised in the older Intel motherboards such as D915GVWB which has no WDDM drivers using WARP10?? They say that, its a replacement to Intel's GMA...How is it supported in newer Intel motherboards??
However, the forum you originally posted this question to is intended for questions and issues regarding GPA (and does not address the capabilities of individual graphics devices), so you're not likely to receive a response from the people who frequent the GPA forum.
Therefore, I'm moving this post to more appropriate forum... hopefully this will get you the answer you are looking for!
Your post was placed in the following forum: Developing Software for Visual Computing ("A technical community of software developers interested in a deeper understanding of Intel Graphics Technology and the impact to their applications.").
If you don't get any responses by the beginning of next week, let me know and I'll try to see if I can get someone to address your question.
Dear Sir, I am a Brown Belt Software Developer on Intel Software Network.But, suddenly my points are gone and I don't have a belt in my profile!! Pls help me out.I didn't find any forum for my post.So, I've posted here.
Hi Neal,I like your response so i think you can help me too. Am using window 7 and am writing some win32 game codes.I want to use just the HDC types for game but i don't know if such will be possible going by what this guy mentioned. Thanks.
Hi Neal,I like your response so i think you can help me too. Am using window 7 and am writing some win32 game codes.I want to use just the HDC types for game but i don't know if such will be possible going by what this guy mentioned.
I'm not sure exactly what your question is here... can you be more specific about what you are trying to do in your game, and why you think that you'll run into problems?