Originally Posted by specopsFI
There is nothing green about it. How do you fail to see that it's quite natural for someone who wants a lot of graphics power but doesn't like the CF stuttering to end up with a Nvidia GPU? How is it so difficult to understand that people who have burnt money on a CF set and gotten a terrible stutter fest in return want to a) tell people to avoid the same mistake and b) keep telling AMD to fix it ASAP and for good?
CF is also quite relevant to the value proposition by AMD, since they don't have a single GPU powerful enough to compete with GK110. Their high end solution is all about CF and for me, CF as it is now is poorer value for money than even the Titan.
Because all I saw on the amd/ati forums before the t.r. report in november were threads about stuttering right?
You willingly fail to accept that the issue is being blow out if proportion. You have to realize that it clearly isn't bad enough for all or even most cfx to complain about.
Is there a problem? Sure, but you have made it out to be so incredulous that you seem to miss this very important point: its only for crossfire
. The % of people with sli/cfx setups is very low indeed and most who don't go cfx/sli were never planning to when they bought their original card anyway. So for them (which is most of discrete GPU buyers) this doesn't even matter!
Its actually funny. You don't see almost any amd cfx users saying "go nvidia" but I have seen many people buy into amd and their sub $330 7970 with free games.
I don't know what the chip on your shoulder is from, bit understand that just, yes, most of the hoopla over this whole issue is from you guys, the nvidia fans. Whether you want to agree not doesn't matter because all you have to do is what the poster above stated. Go to any AMD thread and see where it leads and look at the perps who took us there. Its so old hat now its ridiculous.
One more thing: have you even tried cfx yourself? Because it sure doesn't sound like it.Edited by jomama22 - 6/26/13 at 8:45am