Originally I wasn't going to join the lawsuit but ended up changing my mind, I was more passionate about it than I thought rather than let it go.
If only Nvidia had made it right on their own to save face rather than being forced. It wasn't about the money, it was about the principal of how to do business if you put your customers first, they will see it. When you false advertised your product (mistakenly or not) and customers aren't happy and / or want refunds, a business that wants to stay in business should show their commitment to doing the right thing.
Nvidia showed they care more about money than the actual consumers that provide them the money in the first place. Not a good business model. Personally I figured if they don't mind losing customers, I didn't mind leaving.
Ive been gaming on a single Nitro Fury since the fiasco after many years of Nvidia graphics cards. AMD produces graphics card that allow me to game just as easily. AMD may not be king of the hill for graphics but then again I don't want to pay kingly overprices either since I don't bench..... I game. I've had no issues since switching with AMD drivers, providing game day ready drivers and game improvements consistently.
I will be taking my lawsuit checks (2) and depositing into my PayPal account, from there it will be used to purchase an AMD Vega GPU at some point. It will be the extra consolation to me other than by moving to AMD as I've already done.
One thing for sure, I'll never buy another cut down x70 anything from Nvidia again with their bad history of x70 cards If I ever go back to Nvidia, and I mean a big IF.
Im glad this is over for me and the last time I'll get on a soap box over these 970's. I feel to each his own on what they choose, it dosent matter to me personally at the end of the day because I still have my own purchasing power.
Is this where I drop the mic?