Originally Posted by atomicfission92
I mean why would they make a DX10 card that can't play DX10 games well??? That makes no sense, and they would hear alot of crap about it. So I am thinking it plays DX10 games well. Also I am getting a GTX cause DX10 is more GPU based, more of the processing is done with the GPU, leaving the CPU to be able to do other things.
I dunno... I hope Nvidia has got their collective egg-heads out of their proverbials arses on this one.
I bought a GTX. Maybe stoopid, maybe not.... All I know is that gaming is absolutley, amazingly incredible now.
All of us go through this at least twice a year. New generations of this, more cores on that... blah, blah, blah, We are "drug-addicts" and the industry knows that. All of us (with the exception of the insanely wealthy) will always be playing "catch-up" and the "Do I wait?" game.
It is for that reason that I originally started OC'ing. To get a longer lifespan (at or near the top) out of my hardware because I love gaming with awesome graphics and eye-candy. I generally try and get top of the line on a current generation, then skip a generation. I expect 1 year out of a given piece of hardware.
Just an opinion.