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Let ATI know what you want from your video card

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by EastCoasthandle, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. EastCoasthandle

    EastCoasthandle New Member

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    Go here and select your driver based on your setup (like you normally do when a new driver is released). Once complete hit the go button and it will take you to the driver download section. There, a popup voting poll will appear asking 2 questions:
    -what you want from your video card
    -what you use your video card for.

    I am sure I am not the only person who's looking for performance out of their video card. But vote as you see fit.
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    das müffin mann New Member

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    nah who wants performace out of their video cards
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    Stability first, quality and performance goes together.
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    EastCoasthandle New Member

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    Since, I do not have a stability issue and enjoy better IQ all that's left is performance :slap:
    This may not be the case for everyone but it's certainly a reasonable conclusion when the others don't apply
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    I want my card to be able to print out £20 notes :p
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I prefer performance with the option of turning up the quality via CCC. I would like to see ATi wow us with something the way they did with the 9800 series, or nvidia with the 8800 series.
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    Drivers which don't stutter and pause on some games.
    One thing I've noticed since changing to ATi is how badly some games would pause then carry on jumping back up to decent fps.
    While other games mainly newer ones will play smooth.

    Anyway.

    What does ATi mean by quality?
    Isn't quality, performance and stability in one word?
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    i want it to give nvidia a:nutkick:
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    i wish my card could make me a cheese burger:ohwell:
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    I want to keep my card revin' with the 7.11's. Where are they ATi?
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    I picked quality. I prefer games to look good, especially if there's not much performance hit.
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    Quality and performance! But, out of the 3, I had to pick quality. I'd rather run 25-30FPS with awesome graphics than run 60-80FPS with everything looking like mooninites.

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