Ah, the irony.
Actually he has a point. I'm a nvidia fan and never buy an AMD card. I like the experience they provide. But it gets annoying when certain people...
If you don't mind spending some additional bucks to support nvidia's love for proprietary tech, Acer XB280HK is an option worth considering for 4K...
1. it is only for gaming
2. you have a good TV
3. you are not addicted to Mouse+KB
I'd suggest buying a PS4.
I'm scared that they will steal the blueprints of a mach 5 fighter jet I designed..
Guys, I tried simulating this on KSP. It works /s
Does it really need more than 3GB ?
Yes, but can it play at 4K ?
Buy a couple of 970s and overclock the the hell out of them. 980s are not worth the extra money. Instead, get an oculus rift DK2 and take your GF out...
I don't give a flying fvck about AMD/nvidia's management as long as they give me cards like these.
So 4K is now playable with a card setup under $700. Peasants are still stuck at 1080/900/720, depending on which "nextgen" cablebox they bought.
He was talking about my 670s. Two of 'em will be available after I get a 970 SLI :)
Why isn't this a 10?
I'm getting two of these. Can somebody suggest an inexpensive 4K monitor ?
It all depends on the price. If I can get a couple of 980Ti for <$900, and these perform well at 4K, I'm in. It's either 4K or GTFO.
If you can't beat 'em, sue the fvck out of 'em. ;)
What about all those PS4 and Xbox one games ruined by AMD ? They only run on AMD hardware.:shadedshu:
What a load of bollocks
This is very tempting. Although I think its overpriced by $350.
What a waste of money.:shadedshu:
...and a BJ.
Does the process node matter if the card delivers good performance and power efficiency ?
It might have a depleted uranium tip.
Wrong card at the wrong time.:ohwell:
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