Nvidea is being beaten by a new card model, which has 6 months or more of extra development time. Anyone surprised?
The same goes for future AMD cards being beaten by the newer Nvidea cards.
I think the leap in manufacturing, coupled with a more competently executed driver set (eventually), was exactly what was expected. It did not disappoint, but did not exceed expectations. Nvidea, despite the trash talk, is likely to do the same.
I'm not going to rush out and purchase a card in a functional vacuum. My current 6950 is more than enough, and will likely remain that way into the late 8xxx and early 9xxx AMD (or 8xxx NVidea) generations. Wake me when there's actual competition.
You haven't seen anything until you've seen this.
Wow! I didn't know the blue screen of death could get a blue screen of death.