Let's see. in a nutshell, Ryan Shroud says Nvidia had nothing to do with his 4K article. And through the recent Techreport's site we learn this:
For its part, Nvidia called together several of us in the press last week, got us set up to use FCAT with 4K monitors, and pointed us toward some specific issues with their competition. One the big issues Nvidia emphasized in this context is how Radeons using dual HDMI outputs to drive a 4K display can exhibit vertical tearing right smack in the middle of the screen, where the two tiles meet, because they're not being refreshed in sync. This problem is easy to spot in operation.
where exactly is the conspiracy? this is as clear as day. Now we see this "awesome" news three days before AMD's announcement. It is speculation, but it is a reasonable one that Nvidia is trying hard to take attention away from AMD's new products. But, like i said. That's fine. It's their business. What's not fine is a "journalist" coming here and lecturing everyone about integrity and it turns out he has been lying.
I am a person. I am not an AMD person nor an Nvidia person. Check my previous post outside of this thread to see how I feel. I'm on the side of the consumer and Ryan did a disservice to us. In fact here is the post for your convinience:
Originally Posted by SniperOct
Some people here act as if they had stocks, were Nvidia lawyers, reps or even employers. Come on now, this is good news for enthusiast. Why do you have to make preemptive excuses for this? This is disturbing to see. this is good for you no matter how you see it. Nvidia will be pressured to reduce prices. They will be motivated to advance their tech, etc. Listen, this is available for you to buy. You can do it. You have free will. You can click away and buy one and the world won't end. If not, your current GPU won't get worse. You don't have to feel bad. Be on the side of the consumer. Get the same attitude console users had for a change. They were on the side of the consumer for a brief period and look how they brought Sony and Microsoft to their knees. Rejoice and stop this madness already.