Originally Posted by RyanShrout
Honestly, no. I don't think I have any bias at all towards either AMD or NVIDIA or Intel or anyone else for that matter. Wording and editing can always occur to try to make things more clear
, but honestly what I have learned from this experience is to never never give my results to companies before hand as it will be used to steer PR directions against me. :/
Agreed with bolded text, whether you believe your reviews come across as bias or not (at this point i'm no longer trying to force that point or indeed make it) i feel that it would not be good for you to 'for example' write off what has been said here as just "the tin foil brigade making a lot of noise" there is always something to be taken away from criticism, to be Blankly dismissive of it is frankly arrogant, i'm sure you agree.
I still feel that your lack of any real criticism of Nvidia (where they did deserve it) can make you look bias even if your not, take from that what you will.
And perhaps you might rethink your position on no longer supplying your results to the respective hardware designer before publishing, by that i take it that you no longer intend to work with them?
that i feel is not a helpful reaction, even if you do feel wronged by them, at the end of the day as a hardware reviewer you should rise above your feelings and just do what it is you exist for.Edited by Abundant Cores - 9/21/13 at 8:56pm