Originally Posted by phill1978
it doesn't fit with PC gaming. It fits with the designer crowd and 'apple' geeks who have Apple-AMD GPU's in their new Mac's. Initially i thought id clicked on one of the GF's home shopping links
Stupid website look for hardcore GPU action. ..... . although very easy to use
Seriously its designed to cater for Apple users more than PC. They proved that they don't care about gaming right there with this website but i knew that anyway with their overall terrible support of drivers for the last near 20years.
Nvidia's is less pretentious (cant believe i said that) and Straight about gaming the whole job lot, game and game technologies and tablets for gaming etc.. You know Nvidia are still in touch in a huge way with the PC game development community and their users when you go on their website its what there all about.
* just what are those three derps pointing at on the AMD website? the new Design sheet for Kaveri? or is it just a massive 100 year calender with Red crosses all over it for the AM4 release dates
I honestly have no idea if this is a pure troll post or... I dunno, so much (probably intentional) false information, it's just sad.
Here's how you know AMD is still in the game dev community: Almost every single game says Gaming Evolved now, not TWIMTBP. The driver comment is such a typical out of touch nvidia fan argument that I'm almost willing to believe was thrown in as a joke.
AMD's site was never a very good place to look at GPUs, and nor was/is nVidia's. That's what Google Images or review sites are for, if not Newegg or similar. It's funny that you think gaming GPUs are what nVidia is "all about" when they give you cut down parts meant for workstations and servers (Quadro, Tesla. It's ok, every computer company does this).
We'll start with that for now, because I'm not sure how you could confuse AMD's site with a web store, what with the lack of anything for sale anywhere near the home page.