Originally Posted by Mookster Source
Is there a follow up criticizing the Computex demo? The January 2014 CES demo was run on laptops and seemed fairly rushed, while crashing a few times. It was a very early demo basically showing us what we already knew eDP could do with some driver support. The Summer Computex demo is much more difficult to criticize.
The Computex demo was the same demo as CES, only on a different monitor. Yes, AMD claimed variable refresh between 40 and 60 Hz, but they didn't show
I do wonder something, though. Why are you so resistant to the idea that AMD didn't do what they claimed? It's not as if the evidence is all that hard to find - we've been discussing this for months, in great detail. Everything you mention has been discussed already. Every single thing. If you have some super secret inside information you're using to base your faith in AMD on, I'd love to see it - because at this point I'm rather sure I've seen all there is to see on this topic. You, on the other hand, are treading the same debunked ground with the same debunked arguments as dozens before you have. What you get from me is mostly fatigue, from having to explain to every newcomer just how badly AMD has misrepresented both its work and Nvidia's work, with every one of them thinking that if I don't re-litigate the entire argument then my credibility is gone. Is that an ideal debate strategy? Maybe not, but it's a bit unavoidable at this point.
But really, why are you so determined to fight for AMD? The evidence is really quite clear.