Originally Posted by badrapper
dude, control your emotions.. he never said anything wrong. It's only a gpu ffs.. oh wait, there isnt one....damnnnn
I think, just like bulldozer was hyped up by the amd fans, nvidia is heading for the exact same thing (Gets popcorn ready). This is going to be a good show.
PS in one thread someone says they are selling a 7970 bcoz they are waiting for nvidia & in anther, they say they would only buy nvidia and never buy amd LOL = So what did they return
I'm one of the few who doesn't care much for nVidia or AMD. I just want what's best for my wallet. I seem to be one of the only people controlling my emotions, mind you. It wasn't an attack on what the person was giving as information, but more about the way he/she said it, and that manner wasn't proper.
We can all discuss this without scooping to levels of children.
Originally Posted by veyron1001
You definately quoted the wrong person. You are saying that his poor and outrageous assumptions that undercuts ATI be nearly 50% is ok but realistic assumptions based on the competitve nature of Nvidia is wrong?
It's not proper behaviour to engage in a discussion with "Use your brain for a moment" implying that the person is stupid. That is a lack of maturity. You could easily have said: "You're and idiot, because what I say is true". I respect everyone's opinion, but you do not have to act like children just because someone opposes you. And no, that was not directed at you, but more towards the common way people tend to act lately.
I was not attacking you or what you said, but as I said, you could have been more mature about it. You could have said that you don't agree instead of saying: "Use your brain".
It was merely an encouragement to drop all this childish attacking towards each other. We're all enthusiasts here, some more than others, and brand loyalty is not what it's all about. It's okay to be loyal towards either AMD or nVidia, but you can keep your head cool and answer one another properly.
I didn't mean any offense, but merely trying to keep people from attacking each other.