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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

 

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