Originally Posted by MikeX
not to mention how much we can overclock 58xx to ghz, for nvidia the drivers for new antialiasing techniques has improve by alot. If ati manage to pull good drivers off anytime soon (ie new antialiasing techniques), fermi will going to drop price sooner or later anyway.
Either way, buying a new card is now just about prices now; unless research how far you could mod clock on the card
Really ? antialiasing ? how many people play with 32xAA ? even 8XAA is overkill.
Antialiasing is a little dirty trick to fool some people into buying , like the memory , here you go a GTS250 with 2 gb of ram , wow , it must be good , and DX12 with gold plated stickers that imrprove perf. and productivity , it doesn't even has to make sense .
Or , CUDA to bring you the most powerfull computing shit you ever seen, it will blow your head and paint the walls with your brains in real time and with real world physics , translate the bullshit , Cuda means some video/photo editing software will be accelerated to a very limited degree ( encoding with some limitations and problems that might discourage proffesionals to use it and some effects rendered ) and physx - some usually bad games with exagerated physics effects .
With Ati being adopted so widely i think developers will think twice before accepting Nvidia's help.