CES 2012: Intel caught cheating while demonstrating F1 2011 in DX11 on Ivy Bridge based Ultrabook

DSOGaming writes: "That’s hilarious. Intel attempted to demonstrate the DirectX 11 capabilities of their Ivy Bridge based Ultrabook and guess what; although the commentator was doing his best to simulate his driving skills and claimed that F1 2011 was running in DX11 mode, the main monitor betrayed him when he tried to press the play button on the video player program that was running at the background. This is just sad and shows that Intel’s Ivy Bridge based Ultrabook is not as good for gaming as you’d hoped to."

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KingPin3973d ago

this is absolutely pathetic.

i hate when companies do this.

i dont care if they need selling points, but sell the damn products on its own merits.

Shackdaddy8363973d ago (Edited 3973d ago )

It doesn't even seem like they tried to make it look believable...

LiquifiedArt3972d ago


This should really be breaking the law.

gamernova3973d ago

HAHAHA VLC media player FTW!!!!

TVippy3973d ago (Edited 3973d ago )

This is much deeper than SAD. Fuck, it hurts to watch.
Actually there oughtta be some kind of punishment for this sort of lies.

SnakeCQC3973d ago

so all this time i was watching maxed bf3 footage on my iphone i was actually playing the fail

Speed-Racer3972d ago

If they did a benchmark replay, it would have saved them soo much anguish. Watching the replay freeze up at the start just made me cringe on the inside.

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