Originally Posted by tpi2007
And, of course, you didn't address Nvidia's monitor overclocking section on AnandTech because it doesn't fit you rationale. Of course enthusiasts are a minority of the market, but they are far more important than their marketshare.
Oh, you mean the overclocking monitor feature that works on maybe 10% of the market's monitors currently? ~ The ones that no enthusiast really wants? That feature is the one you're discussing?
Hrm, wonder why I wouldn't address something that I haven't seen actually work in the past 2 months...
Originally Posted by Gallien
I want to hear you say one positive thing in this thread for me to take you seriously.
It actually is a nice card. It comes at a pricepoint where there is 0 competition in that market. Nvidia will make a total killing.
For the gamer, you have other options that are right around the corner. That will be better for gaming.
If you fold + game, you can't beat the card. It's genuinely a nice card.
If you just game and have a mid-tower, this card isn't for you, you can do better by exercising some patience.
I have plenty of nice things to say about this card but, they aren't geared at gaming because for $1000, you can actually do better with SLI.
I have quad 680's on my current rig, I do agree there are major SLI issues on the X79 platform, same is true of Crossfire but, once again, I strongly urge those of you who have the cash, to wait just a bit longer and a better option for GAMING, will be readily available.