Taipei—Dec 19, 2005—XGI Technology Inc., a
leading graphics chipset design company, today announced its release of
the latest Reactor Driver R1.09.68 for the Volari series graphics
chipsets, Volari V8, Volari V5 and Volari V3XT solutions. Reactor
1.09.68 is packed with the usual added support for new release game
titles, extra game play enhancements, and some very special feature for
entertainment users. The new driver is available for public download
from XGI website at http://www.xgitech.com/sd/sd_download.asp.
has always been considered as an innovative mind for enhancing
entertainment experiences on the PC, and is keeping its word on it. The
new R1.09.68 driver is packed with 2 special features, TV Font Control
and Theatre Mode.
When user choose to output PC contents onto
the TV, the font are mostly jagged and difficult to see, that’s why XGI
have introduced the automatic TV-Font feature, to thicken the fonts
thus reduce the jaggy effects. However, with the vast improvement of
TV-scanning techniques in the modern day TV-sets, those jagged lines
are no longer an issue; some might even say the “bolded” fonts are
quite messy and difficult to look at. To accommodate the needs for
every Volari user and TV-set, XGI have decided to make it a User’s
Decision. In the Reactor Driver, Volari users can choose to Enable or
Disable TV font, to users’ preferred liking.
new feature is called “Theater Mode”. Before, when users are using Dual
Output through mirror mode to display video onto two output devices,
the second display device will not be able to show video contents due
to what’s called an “overlay issue”. But now, a new feature in the
Reactor Driver Utility can solve this issue through the “TheaterMode”
feature, where video can now be presented on both displays.
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TheaterMode, now users can watch full screen DVDs on one monitor and
work on the other, both with the best display support.
the new Reactor R1.09.68 driver have also added support for the latest
game titles, for detailed list of XGI supported games simply logon to
XGI Game Area [http://www.xgitech.com/developer/gamearea.asp].
Source: XGI Press Release
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