Do not worry about my time. What you buy however does influence other people on the long run because it's a direct impact on the gaming market. Worry about that instead.
Before you go around trying to put someone on the spot, think about your own faults first. You say you're going to play a certain game, and yet you're on here trolling the whole time. And rather than bringing something substantial to the table, all you can do is spout lies supporting nVidia, and telling other people they talk PR and nonsense. If you had some critical thinking skills, you might come up with something substantial to counter my arguments. Some people (like mcg75) have, and even though I disagree, their perspective is still something I can respect. But you haven't added anything valuable to the discussion at all, so... That's that... Your inability to comprehend what I said makes you call it nonsense and PR, and nothing more.
You putting me on your ignore list, you're doing me a favor. You were already on mine once, but I gave you the benefit of the doubt. That was obviously a mistake.
Yeah I just realized that's what he was talking about. I still feel that the consumer is mostly responsible in this situation. If someone blindly buys a product because of a model number alone, I can't really feel that bad for them. Maybe NVIDIA should make the core count clear, but then these uninformed consumers that we're talking about would think it's a terrible product. "1050 Ti, what a terrible card, way slower than the 1060."