Originally Posted by Brutuz
I'm not, I'm using it as an example of your clear bias. You kept linking me to results that clearly were effected by PhysX (Before they patched it to null and void the score, btw. Do you want me to dig the posts up? Because they'll prove it.) and at one point had plenty of other people pointing it out too...I know that my HD4890s were pretty close to a 480 at least given that they matched my 470 at 700Mhz or so. (Can't remember exact clocks I had on air for most of its lifetime although I know its highest was 800Mhz on air and 830 on water, but at much lower temperatures and volume)
You realize that the entire time I had been talking about my OCed HD4890s? They were getting scores comparable to the lower end of GTX 480 scores...Anyway, I'm not starting this again so if you reply I'll happily ignore it as I know how fast my HD4890s were.
Eh, it'll be make the recently lost ground up once the cards actually launch if they're anywhere as good as we've been led to believe most likely, the launch being stretched out like this is what's doing it.
I'm not bias at all. You do realize your trying to compare your two video cards to my one, and you still lost. Maybe thats why you thought I was using phyix. I was not. Not at all so wise up.
You say one minute your willing to look up the score and then you turn right around and say you'll ignore me if I reply. Damed if you do and damed if you don't, typical.
That speaks for itself doesn't it. I brought charts from reviews proving beyond the shadow of a doubt. What did you bring? NOTHING again, like always!
Your wrong by the way. Cards have launched and amd stock is stuck at 3.53 a share. Up +2.6%