Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by francis511, Feb 24, 2010.
Has anyone else posted this yet ?
I thought Nvidia already had 3xx series as OEM cards. (Dell and so on)
... And the article says so also. Old news ?
I think nVidia rebranding their cards has definitely become old news by now. This explains why the went with the 4xx series names for their fermi based cards.
old news .. people are compensating for the fail announcement on monday
Maybe Nvidia could contract ATI to come in and help them fix Fermi.
or better yet, rebadge 5870's .. they seem to do that very well
Lol the route nvidia is taking is leading me to believe that they're all talk and nothing more now... how long has it been since they came up with a new arc? 2 - 3 years ?
I think ATI really suprised Nvidia with the new lineup 58xx. Nvidia was hoping to ride the wave of their current cards till they fixed Hermi... I mean Fermi. Now they are crying because they are left in the sandbox playing with themselves and ATI is a big boy playing on the swing set.
edit: ^^ Thats funny as hell. Thanks for that. Im home with the flue today, needed a good laugh.
I have faith Nvidia will recover and get a new line up to the consumer that is a quality product. I feel they are doing the right thing and keeping it offline till its ready. How many times in the past have companies released something to early and then fix it with a bunch of band aids and patches to get it working properly.
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