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NVIDIA VS AMD when it comes to driver fact(Who is best for long run)?

Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by cool.dx.rip, Mar 25, 2013.

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  1. Dent1

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    Not all bugs are major, and not all bugs are noticeable by the end user. Nvidia or ATI may fix a bug that the end user didn't know existed.

    Not all bugs are CF or SLI related. You are acting like CF ensures a bug riddled experience.

    Also if ATI release a hotfix saying "improved crossfire performance on Tombraider" - It doesn't mean the previous performance was underperforming.
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    Going to have to agree here. I've run SLI & CF with multiple different cards since several generations back. At this point AMD's drivers really are about equal. I haven't had any real issues with my crossfire eyefinity setup. I'm now running 3 x 27" IPS panels and haven't had a single driver issue for quite some time.

    Both camps are pretty damn solid these days...
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    OK then, I give up.



    All hail AMD and their great drivers that they admit are broken.


    :respect::respect::respect:

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    Jesus, no wonder I didn't log in to this forum for a long long time.

    A little dramatic, don't you think?

    I clearly stated they're equal. There will always be issues on both sides. Let's not cry about it too much.

    PS: What exactly is "broken" on AMD's side. I am genuinely asking, as I don't keep up with the latest GPU news anymore. I haven't experienced any problems with the past several driver updates on my AMD rig...
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    This thread is well overdue for a closure, since we generally don't encourage these types of things to begin with. Also, the OP hasn't chimed in so I think they got whatever information they need.
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