Originally Posted by PostalTwinkie
This is rich and hilarious!
AMD Drivers have been pretty solid the last year or so; and better than Nvidia in a lot of cases. If I recall Nvidia was the one that released drivers a few months back that literally fried GPUs! Oh, how easy Nvidia boys forget that! As for AMD drivers, their frame pacing and timing on single cards is better than Nvidia in most situations, their Crossfire at 1440P and lower resolutions are on par with Nvidia as well. The only thing Nvidia has on AMD right now is 1600P+ and Multi-display drivers, AMD just recently releasing the beta drivers to fix that.
Sorry, bud, but AMD drivers are fine for the 95% of the situations out there, only having just been addressed for those rare fringe cases. But keep beating the AMD Driver horse dead, because that is all you can try to grasp for these days.
And lets keep "beating the horse" on the Nvidia driver killing rumor (/sarcasm). If you actually took the time and bothered to go through the threads, there wasn't a single person who had their card killed by 320.18.
And drivers working, generally tends to be associated with whatever hardware you run. Personally, AMD drivers haven't played nice with my hardware, but there are many people who have perfectly solid experiences with it. Same thing happens with Nvidia. Some people inherently have bad experiences with either side's drivers. I've personally read through many of the driver release threads, and its pretty darn close to the same amount of complaints/issues between each vendor.
Both sides have been quite solid in their drivers in the past year.
And many driver issues tend to be PEBKAC issues, where people are finding out their max over-clock is suddenly not their max over-clock anymore, and are wondering why they are artifacting in games, etc.. Welcome to the real world, instead of looking at everything with bias-tinted glasses.