log in | register | forums
Show:
Go:
Forums
Username:

Password:

User accounts
Register new account
Forgot password
Forum stats
List of members
Search the forums

Advanced search
Recent discussions
- DDE tools updated to DDE28c (News:)
- Orpheus hits crowdfunding target (News:2)
- Orpheus launch crowdfunding campaign (News:5)
- RISC OS interview with Jeroen Vermeulen (News:)
- PackMan in practice (News:)
- Acorn World at Cambridge computer museum, 8-9th Sept 2018 (News:1)
- August News round-up (News:)
- The state of PackMan in 2018 (News:)
- Drawing symmetrical objects symmetrically (Prog:1)
- AMCS free versions are live! (Gen:13)
Related articles
- Newsround
- Wakey Wakey, it's show time again!
- RISC OS South East Show 2005
- Podcast 3 is finally out!
- Castle launches ABC Developers CD
- eBay watch: Risc PC upgrades and Vintage Acorn
- August News Roundup
- SIMON's HeadTurner
- R-Comp Interactive go to Extremes
- Omega LegPuller at ROUGOL meeting
Latest postings RSS Feeds
RSS 2.0 | 1.0 | 0.9
Atom 0.3
Misc RDF | CDF
Site Search
 
Article archives
The Icon Bar: News and features: Geminus screen acceleration released
 

Geminus screen acceleration released

Posted by Andrew Poole on 09:44, 9/12/2005 | , ,
 
Geminus logoNeil Spellings has this morning announced that the Geminus screen acceleration software for the Iyonix is now available to be purchased and downloaded from his online store.

The screen acceleration software doesn't require any additional hardware (graphics cards, etc) as it uses the existing NVidia card supplied with every Iyonix machine. If you do have multiple graphics cards/monitors though, the Geminus screen acceleration software will make full use of all of them.

Geminus screen acceleration was released in beta form last month, and since then has been tweaked, tuned and bug fixed. A list of features is available in Neil's press release.

Links:
- Spellings.net (Online store)
- Geminus info and ordering
- Press release

 

Log in to comment on this article

The Icon Bar: News and features: Geminus screen acceleration released