Originally Posted by M3T4LM4N222
I've been saying the same thing, however we are forgetting something else; Image.
If NVIDIA has the most powerful single-GPU video card available, a lot of people will see them as "Top dog" regardless if they're behind AMD with most of their products. Most of us are smarter than that of course.
yeah , this is nVidia telling the world that , if they want to , they can get years ahead of its competition ... in a matter of months . THAT is the real message here ... and the uneducated customer is the one that will buy whatever the news says lol
a good counterattack from AMD is that , they need to educate the gamer that ... if you have a 23 inch monitor and a 1080 ress . you dont need the most expensive card on the world , to run games ... optimization is the key , not just lots of GDDR and one million shaders lol , they already got the title "best bang for your buck" and i think they are doing good
... but if you want it to run all at max , and with a certain fps , you need to shell out some money ...
ill consider buying a Titan ONLY if its at a Quadro level of performance , i want a computer that i can work with AND offers the best gaming performance in just one PCIe lolEdited by yoi - 2/19/13 at 12:44am